How does ‘The Curse of the Llorona’ connect with the movie ‘El Conjuro’?

Annabelle Comes Home

‘The Curse of La Llorona’ took the screens of the Mexican theaters during this Holy Week and produced by James Wan, became the new installment of the Warren Cinematic Universe … but how does it connect? story with a touch of Mexican folklore with the movie ‘El Conjuro’.

The Warren Cinematic Universe, developed by James Wan, is based on the adventures of Ed and Lorraine Warren, a married couple who devoted their lives to researching and combating paranormal phenomena, and to collecting allegedly enchanted objects that they kept in their residence, in Connecticutt, United States, in order to open a museum.

Ed died in 2006, and Lorraine Warren died last Thursday, April 18, as part of the premiere of ‘The Curse of La LLorona’ … chance?

The Warren Universe has given the public films like ‘Annabelle’ and ‘The Nun (The Nun)’, however, everything started in 2013, with ‘El Conjuro’, considered the beginning of the franchise.

In ‘El Conjuro’ we can see the characters of Ed and Lorraine Warren helping a family facing evil in their newly acquired home; the tape begins with the story of a peculiar doll: Annabelle.

ALERT: FROM HERE, THIS NOTE MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS.

Annabelle, the doll that presumably houses a powerful demon, is the connection between ‘The Curse of La Llorona’, ‘El Conjuro’, and the rest of the Warren Cinematic Universe.

‘The Curse of the Llorona’ follows Anna Tate-Garcia, a recently widowed social worker, who is investigating the murder of two children who were allegedly abused by her father.

The mother of the children, who responds to Patricia’s name, assures that she never harmed her children, and that the one responsible for infanticide is the spirit of La Llorona.

During their investigation, Patricia’s children, Samantha and Chris, begin to be harassed by La Llorona, ghost determined to end the lives of minors.

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