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Review: Micheal Chaves Conjures Up Another Tale Of Terror With ‘Nun II’



The sisters are back in the habit in the creepy “The Conjuring” spinoff sequel “The Nun II”.

Directed by Micheal Chaves the latest installment continues a formula of frights with a splash of religious world building.

“The Nun II” follows Sister Irene (Taissa Farmiga) five years after the first film’s events. When she befriends Debra (Storm Reid), a newbie nun in a crisis of faith, they are put to the test after the Vatican demands Irene perform another miracle. Valak was not destroyed, and she’s reigning terror on religious figures across Europe. As priests fall victim to gruesome demonic murders, from immolations to hangings and more, Irene and Debra rush to a French boarding school to figure out Valak’s motive and how to send her back to hell.

One of the strengths of “Nun II” is its ability to maintain a sense of tension and unease throughout the entire film. The cinematography is hauntingly beautiful, with dimly lit corridors and shadowy corners that create an atmosphere of perpetual dread. The sound design also plays a crucial role in building tension, with eerie whispers and subtle cues that keep you on the edge of your seat.

The plot of “Nun II” takes unexpected twists and turns, keeping the audience engaged and guessing until the very end. The film delves deeper into the mythology and history of the convent, providing answers to some of the questions raised in the first installment while introducing new mysteries to unravel. The pacing is well-managed, ensuring that the audience is never bored and always invested in the unfolding narrative.

However, “Nun II” is not without its flaws. Some viewers may find the plot to be somewhat convoluted, especially if they haven’t seen the first film or are not familiar with its lore. Additionally, while the film does an excellent job of building tension, it occasionally relies on jump scares, which can feel somewhat clichéd.

“The Nun II” is only in theaters September 8th 2023 from Warner Bros. Pictures.

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