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Cert 15
96 mins
BBFC advice: Contains strong supernatural threat, horror, injury detail

I had been putting it off for long enough. Mrs W had refused to go to watch The Nun but, for the sake of everyfilm completeness, I felt compelled to take in one of the most successful horror movies of 2018.
Reviews are piling up and more than a week after I took it in at Nottingham Cineworld, I have almost forgotten it.
That's a pity because Corin Hardy's film is a spin-off of The Conjuring 2 which I had quite enjoyed (although not as much as the original The Conjuring).
However, the link to ghost-busters, Ed and Lorraine Warren, is loose so don't expect an investigation led by Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga.
Instead, Farmiga's much younger sister, Taissa, picks up the baton of combating supernatural demons.
She plays a novice who is recruited by a Vatican-commissioned priest (Demián Bichir) to join him in investigating a convent in Romania where a nun has recently committed suicide.
Clearly, there is more to the death than meets the eye and it transpires that there is a great evil on the site.
Indeed, they encounter hallucinations and much worse as the devil tries to get inside their heads.
Helping them to ensure good triumphs is the local resident (Jonas Bloquet) who discovered the hanged body of the nun.
And that's about it - there are many chanted prayers and much flailing of crosses as the intrepid trio try to claim victory for good over evil.
Meanwhile, danger, which threatens the very existence of man, lurks within a nun's habit.
The problem is that The Nun, with the exceptions of a couple of jumps, is too hackneyed to convince.
From the Dracula-esque castle to the spinning crosses and floating demons, it has all been seen before.
For me, the interest in The Conjuring and its sequel came from them being based on true stories. The Nun is a flight of fancy too many and simply didn't scare enough.

Reasons to watch: If you haven't seen a scary castle horror before
Reasons to avoid: It is an amalgam of horror movie cliches

Laughs: None
Jumps: Two
Vomit: Yes
Nudity: None
Overall rating: 5/10

Director quote - Corin Hardy: "It was a responsibility but a real opportunity to be able to dive into the the world of The Conjuring and with The Nun we're taking it right back."

The big questions - How come nuns, who devote their lives to God, seem so scary?

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