The Conjuring

The Conjuring (2013)

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Corrected entry: The family moves into the house and discovers a hidden basement. The next day Roger is downstairs looking through the junk when he says he wants to "try to get this furnace working." Before they discovered the hidden basement where did they think the furnace was? (02:14:45)

Dave Kalebic

Correction: For all we know he could have thought there was no furnace.

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Corrected entry: When Ed finds Cindy in the wardrobe as they walk from the room and Carolyn turns to follow, there is a smartphone in her left rear pocket - not in the 70s. (01:15:45)

Correction: There is no-way to determine what the item in her pocket is as it is fully in the pocket. So it's impossible to say it is a smart phone.

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Corrected entry: When setting up the cameras outside by the tree, the police officer knows what the equipment is and helps set it up. Later, he is asked to go find the UV light, and he doesn't know. (00:55:00 - 01:00:00)

Kyle Crouch

Correction: He may know what that equipment is, but not a UV light. Entirely plausible. Not a mistake.

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