• Does The Curse of La Llorona Have a Post-Credits Scene?

    1 month ago - By Screen Rant

    The Curse of La Llorona takes place in The Conjuring universe, but does the film have a post-credits scene? The latest addition to Warner Bros. and New Line Cinema's popular supernatural horror franchise, The Curse of La Llorona was marketed as a standalone thriller for a long time. It wasn't until the movie's premiere at SXSW that it was confirmed as being set in the same continuity as The Conjuring films, including Annabelle and The Nun. All the same, the connection made sense, especially with The Conjuring architects James Wan and Gary Dauberman onboard as producers. Directed by Michael...
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  • Why Horror Movies Like The Curse Of La Llorona Can Be Exhausting To Film

    Why Horror Movies Like The Curse Of La Llorona Can Be Exhausting To Film

    1 month ago - By Cinéma Blend

    Even if the evil spirits aren't real, the exhaustion from running from them certainly is.
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  • ‘The Curse of La Llorona' Film Review: Mexican Folklore Gets Whitewashed in Disappointing Horror Effort

    ‘The Curse of La Llorona' Film Review: Mexican Folklore Gets Whitewashed in Disappointing Horror Effort

    1 month ago - By The Wrap

    When I was about eight years old, my little sister and I developed a habit of sneaking out of our bedroom in the middle of the night to go watch TV in the living room. We weren't the most stealthy kids, so obviously we were caught a few times. The last time we snuck out, it was our grandmother who found us watching Looney Tunes in the middle of the night, and as she yelled at us in Spanish, told us that if we continued to misbehave, La Llorona would come to snatch us both, and take us to be with her forever, because she looked for little kids who didn't listen to their parents.
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  • Review: ‘The Curse of La Llorona' reduces horror legend to silly jumps and scares

    1 month ago - By Los Angeles Times

    What we call the Conjuring Universe has become a sprawling franchise of big-budget horror-lite spookfests that pull from every urban legend, folk tale and ghost story one can imagine, usually involving vengeful feminine spirits and the women with whom they do battle. We've got hauntings, possessions...
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