August 20, 2013 3:35 PM EST
Things You Probably Missed When Watching 'The Conjuring' [PHOTOS]
"The Conjuring" is the scariest film to date. The movie promises a hair-rising experience.
"Saw" and "Insidious" director James Wan did a really great job in giving us the scare of our lives. Based on a true story of one of the most terrifying investigations of paranormal researchers and investigators, the Warrens, Wan gave us a hard-to-forget horror story.
Here are the five things that you probably missed when you were watching "The Conjuring" as you kept on closing your eyes due to immeasurable fear.
In the film, Ed and Lorraine Warren gave another lecture to a college audience. In the audience is Andrea Perron, the mother of the family being haunted, sitting in on the lecture. Afterwards, she asks Ed and Lorraine for help. However, you probably missed the real Lorraine Warren who was sitting six rows down.
Another thing that you probably missed is the slender demonic statue in the occult museum of the Warrens, which looks very close to real souvenir from one of the paranormal investigations of the couple. If you would like to see the real statue, Lorraine is giving a tour of her occult museum once a month.
Also, in the museum is Ed Warren's painting, which is seen at the end of the film. Before they became paranormal investigators, Ed was an artist.
Lastly, the camera focused on the official sign of the Warrens. The original office sign is now inside Ed's office and the museum.
"The Conjuring" received an R rating because of the violence as well as horrifying scenes that will not make you sleep at night. The movie started scaring the wits out of people since July 19.
See the slideshow for the movie stills of James Wan's "The Conjuring."