'The Conjuring 3: The Devil Made Me Do It': Every Jump Scare in the New Ed and Lorraine Warren Story

The Conjuring 3: The Devil Made Me Do It recounts the 1981 case of Arne Cheyenne Johnson, who claims he was possessed by a demon when he murdered his landlord. As a case that world-renowned ghost-hunting couple Ed and Lorraine Warren worked on, it made sense for James Wan and his team to add this story to The Conjuring franchise. Find out how many jump scares there are in the latest Conjuring horror movie.

[SPOILER ALERT: Spoilers ahead for The Conjuring 3: The Devil Made Me Do It.]

James Wan didn’t direct ‘The Devil Made Me Do It’ 

Contrary to popular belief, Wan didn’t direct The Conjuring 3. Instead, his friend and collaborator Michael Chaves directed the film. Chaves previously worked on another movie in The Conjuring universe — The Curse of La Llorona. But just because Wan didn’t direct the latest installment in The Conjuring franchise doesn’t mean it lacks jump scares. 

‘The Conjuring 3: The Devil Made Me Do It’ has 13 jump scares total

The movies in The Conjuring universe have become synonymous with jump scares. The Devil Made Me Do It is a courtroom drama that meets something out of American Horror Story. While the new thriller focuses less on the U.S. court case and more on the fictionalized villain The Occultist (Eugenie Bondurant), there are still plenty of scares that will make you jump out of your seat.

With a run time of 112 minutes and an R-rating, The Conjuring 3: The Devil Made Me Do It has 13 jump scares total. The first comes just under five minutes into the film when David Glatzel, played by The Haunting of Hill House star Julian Hilliard, hears a loud knocking on the bathroom door.

The Chaves-directed film other jump scares include: 

Is ‘The Conjuring 3’ as scary as the other ‘Conjuring’ movies?

Many fans agree that the third movie is the least scary of all The Conjuring films. Some outlets like Collider thought The Devil Made Me Do It put too much focus on the Warren’s love story. 

In a behind-the-scenes look at the franchise, Wan mentions his desire to focus on the Warren’s relationship and the love they shared. Wan’s version of a love story happens to be set in a horror film. 

Still, other outlets, like USA Today, found the movie sufficiently creepy. How did you feel about The Conjuring 3: The Devil Made Me Do It

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