Double Edged Double Bill Episode 159 – The Conjuring of a Nun and the Creation of Annabelle

The Conjuring The Devil Made Me Do It is finally hitting theaters and streaming this week. So, Adam and Thomas have their paranormal investigative gear ready for a look back at The Conjuring Universe! Yes, the hit horror franchise from the mind of James Wan has had plenty of highs and lows, making it more than worthy of the Double Edged Double Bill treatment. First, the other Farmiga sister dons a coif and finds a sinister sister down the hallway in The Nun! Then, the evil doll that no one loves gets an origin story that’s actually pretty solid in Annabelle: Creation! Together, our duo answers the crucial questions. What spooky demons from The Conjuring could make for good spin offs? Why do we need werewolves in a franchise known for ghosts & demons? Which films will they choose for next week’s episode all about Kristen Stewart? Well, grip onto your dollies tight and watch out going down those dark hallways before you listen in to find out!

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