The Warner Bros. Jump Scare Factory brings forth another ghost story that will delight the hungry audience of horror film. James Wan gets its name as producer, but does not confuse the curse of La Llorona with the Conjuring universe. What we have here is a test run for director Michael Chaves ; a film that allows him to stretch the fright muscles he did in his excellent, scary shorthair The Maiden before Wan behind the director's chair of The Conjuring 3 the case with some of the supernatural Threats in The Incantation Annabelle and The Nun The Curse of La Llorona relies on real accounts of a classic fairytale terror. The crying woman is a Mexican legend who revolves around a young, poor woman named Maria. Her marriage to a nobleman is fast pissed off, and after she has given birth to twins, her husband flees at night. Years later, in a fit of confused mourning for lost love, she drowns her children in the river and joins them, plunging into their depths.
For this sin, she is trapped between the worlds and spends eternity moaning her pain the night. When you hear these cries, it is said that you will experience a tragedy. The danger is even greater for children who cross with the crying woman. She may hold a child for herself and drag her to the next river for drowning.
As for spooky tales, that's pretty good. The teaser trailer does not go down in the history of La Llorona, but movies have always taught us that one should never dismiss the warnings of a priest. This is not a bedtime story.
Linda Cardellini has fought her share of lamentations ( Scooby Doo The Unsaid ) and she already has children before the domestic superhero invasion of Avengers: Age of Ultron . She is perfect for the confused mother in the head. But is she the right person to fight against this cultural antagonist? To hopefully avoid the procedure becoming too insensitive, Raymond Cruz will lead Cardellini through the Mexican campfire stories.
Can the crying woman compete with killer suns and angry dolls? The mind seems to use the usual tricks to strike a chord with its audience. Long crying, veiled faces, loud noise waves. As you look to the left, the angry spirit leaps from the right. Like many of these spirits, La Llorona seems to enjoy giving away their victims before they die, playing with the locks of their station wagon, and rolling down their windows invisibly. You Know the Drill
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One is safe from The Curse of La Llorona Michael Chaves fits right in with the creative voices behind The Conjuring universe. The adventure is a little silly, but you can not deny the grain of truth delivered by clinging to the fairy tale. Somewhere in the back of your primitive brain, you can feel the true tragedy and reality behind the story.