Rent The Conjured (2015)

2.0 of 5 from 50 ratings
1h 36min
Rent The Conjured (aka Adaline) Online DVD & Blu-ray Rental
  • General info
  • Available formats
Synopsis:
When Daniela (Jill Evyn) inherits a house from an aunt she didn't know she had, she quickly moves in and befriends some of the locals. Before she's even settled Daniela begins seeing visions of a woman who was tortured and killed for being a witch, and who bears a striking resemblance to Daniela. But the connection between the two may be more than skin deep in this terrifying supernatural nightmare.
Actors:
, , , Emily Claeys, , , C.S. Boris, Anne Hallinan, , , , , Warren Serkin, , Mackenszie Drae, , Cameron Mark Lewis, , Jazmine Allen,
Directors:
Bidisha Chowdhury
Producers:
Leo Chowdhury
Writers:
Bidisha Chowdhury
Aka:
Adaline
Studio:
High Fliers Video Distribution
Genres:
Horror, Thrillers
BBFC:
Release Date:
10/10/2016
Run Time:
96 minutes
Languages:
English
Subtitles:
None
DVD Regions:
Region 2
Formats:
Pal
Aspect Ratio:
Widescreen 1.78:1 / 16:9
Colour:
Colour

Rent other films like The Conjured

Reviews (1) of The Conjured

Average and undemanding - mild spoilers follow. - The Conjured review by NP

Spoiler Alert
28/12/2018

Originally known as ‘Adaline’, this was repackaged and retitled ‘The Conjured’. This blatant similarity to the popular ‘The Conjuring’ films gives you some idea of the originality on display here.

I wouldn’t wish to do Bidisha Chowdhury’s project a disservice; this is modestly budgeted and appears to be a labour of love, but despite the goodwill, and the cast doing their best, there isn’t anything remotely new attempted.

The film opens in a gory way, which is out of place with the more sedate nature of what is to come. When Daniela (Jill Evyn) inherits a mansion from an Aunt in the middle of nowhere and her friend exclaims, “I didn’t even know you had an Aunt,” you are sure what the next line will be (“I didn’t know I had an Aunt either,” in case you’re wondering). Nice bloke John (Lane Townsend) turns up and proves inordinately helpful one way or another. He’ll be the main villain then, will he? Well, will he? No-one smiles like that all the time.

There’s an abusive ex-boyfriend and a mentally handicapped character as further possibilities, but really, things are extremely predictable here. It won’t keep you guessing. Undemanding chills, with occasional scenes of sex and gore to keep you from picking up the crossword.

0 out of 0 members found this review helpful.

Help & support

Find answers to frequently asked questions and contact us should you need to

How It Works

See prices and levels and find out how Cinema Paradiso service works

Friends for Films

Invite your friends to join and get free subscription each month