‘The Conjuring’ Universe Movies Ranked Worst to Best, According to Rotten Tomatoes

When it comes to horror movies The incantation Universe is one of the greatest franchises of all time. With eight films premiering in eight years, they’ve long kept fans on their toes. Even a year after the last film premiered, viewers are still watching the films again, perhaps especially around the Halloween season.


Although there is an order in which these movies are watched, that doesn’t mean that they are enjoyed in the same order. Critics’ ratings of the films range from good, mediocre to pretty bad. Even with such an enormously popular franchise, there have been a few missteps made along the way.

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‘The Nun’ (2018)

2018, Vera Farmigas sister, Taissa Farmigajoined the franchise by becoming a nun at an abbey in Romania The nun. After another nun takes her own life, the Vatican sends a priest to investigate what’s going on. This leads to a series of horrifying events that unearth the truth: a demonic nun.

For now, The nun 2 is in production; maybe this time the film will please the critics. The Tomatometer gave this film 25% while the audience scored 35%, proving that critics and viewers are not always on the same page.

‘The Curse of La Llorona’ (2019)

The story of La Llorona has traveled the world in its many versions, scaring people of all ages. 2019, The incantation Universe tried by bringing Linda Cardellini, Marisol Ramirezand Raymond Cruz together on the big screen. When a mother struggles to protect her children from La Llorona, she relies on a priest who practices mysticism.

The audience put down The Curse of La Llorona on the same level as The nun with 35%. However, the critics felt that this film had more to offer, and the Tomatometer awarded it 28%.

‘Annabel’ (2014)

Annabelle is everyone’s favorite demonic doll, so it made perfect sense that 2014 saw the premiere of the first of her three films in the franchise. Although the film is the first opportunity for audiences to truly see Annabelle’s evil, it focuses on the suffering of a pregnant woman and her husband after devil worshipers invade their home. One night turns her life upside down.

Where does the tomatometer place this film? On the same level as The Curse of La Llorona, with 28%. But the critics aren’t the only ones comparing these films. The audience also excellent Annabelle a 35%.

“The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It” (2021)

The incantation: The devil made me do this differs from the other films according to the director. To date, it’s the final film in the franchise and is likely to be a lot more focused on Ed (Patrick Wilson) and Lorraine (Vera Farmiga) so that the audience can better understand the couple. The pair take on one of the most high-profile cases of their careers after a man accused of murder claims he is demon-possessed.

The third movie in The incantation saga brings the tomatometer up 56%. Audiences, who might have enjoyed seeing more of Ed and Lorraine’s relationship, gave it an 83% score.

‘Annabelle Comes Home’ (2019)

Even though Annabelle comes home takes place in the Warren household, Ed and Lorraine are not the focus of the story. On the contrary, it allows viewers to see their daughter Judy (McKenna Grace), follows in her parents’ footsteps as Annabelle’s property is taken over, leading to Daniela Rios (Katie Sarife), the babysitter’s friend.

Unlike his first film Annabelle comes home It presents itself better to the critics, who raise the tomatometer to 64%. The audience also loved this movie better than the first one as they gave it 70%.

‘Annabelle: Creation’ (2017)

Over the years passed and The incantation Universe grew in popularity, and so did Annabelle. Then the audience began to wonder about her origins and director David F Sandberg delivered exactly what they were looking for. The story follows six orphaned girls who move into the home of a former toy maker and his wife. A seemingly innocent doll becomes everyone’s worst nightmare.

Annabelle: Creation is proof that sometimes a sequel can be better than the first film, in the eyes of both critics and audiences. The difference with this film is that for the second time – The incantation itself was the first time – the tomatometer placed it higher than the audience. Critics gave it 70% while audiences gave it 67%.

‘The Conjuration 2’ (2016)

The incantation 2 sends Ed and Lorraine Warren traveling overseas to help a family in need. The second film after the couple introduces the audience to a single mother and her four children who claim there is something going on in their home. As the Warrens investigate, they discover that the family is the victim of demonic possession. But as the case unfolds and they try to fight this evil force, the couple becomes a target as well.

This time the Tomatometer neared perfection as the critics gave the film an 80% rating. The same goes for the audience, who gave the film 81%.

‘The Visitation (2013)

The incantation It all started here almost a decade ago. Ed and Lorraine Warren are introduced to the world as they help a family experiencing supernatural events. As the film progresses, the audience and the Warrens discover that there is a long history of horrifying and diabolical events that took place in the home where the Perron family resides. It all culminates in the demonic possession of Carolyn (Lili Taylor), the mother.

This film is the first that the critics liked better than the audience. The Tomatometer was definitely near perfect at 86% while the audience chose a treat The incantation with 83%. This high percentage proves that the original is still the favorite.

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