Initial reactions to “The Nun II” are frighteningly good, with many promising an unforgettable third act


  • First reactions to “The Nun II“suggest that the sequel is intense, spooky and will live up to fans’ expectations The incantation Universe.
  • The performances of Taissa Farmiga and Jonas Bloquet are lauded, with a particular highlight being the film’s final act.
  • Some viewers felt the film’s ending was a little less focused, but overall “The Nun II“Sounds like a solid horror sequel with great scares and effects.

Valak’s return is just days away and so are fans The incantation The universe won’t have to wait much longer The Nun II villain adjusts his sinister black tunic and prepares to unleash his horrors in theaters on Friday, September 8th. Taissa Farmiga is back as Sister Irene alongside the demonic Valak (Bonnie Aarons). So what can fans expect when these characters go head-to-head again? Well, the social media embargo has officially been lifted. And according to the first reactions, there is something for cineastes to be happy about – it looks incredibly good!

Nightmarish Conjurings founder Shannon McGrew said via X, formerly Twitter, that the sequel “is going to be so difficult”. Checkout @shannon_mcgrew’s Full post below:

McGrew also writes that one particular scene is sure to be a hit The incantation The faithful followers of the universe “scream with joy/dismay.” And fans shouldn’t leave their respective cinemas too soon. According to McGrew, the very patient theatergoers have something special in store for them as the credits roll.

Collider’s Perri Nemiroff was pleased with the performances of Farmiga and Jonas Bloquet. Like Farmiga, Bloquet returns in the sequel, reprising his role as the Frenchie. No spoilers here, though The incantation The fans of the universe already know that Frenchie is possessed. And Nemiroff was particularly excited to see what happens in the final act of the film. Nemiroff wrote on X, formerly Twitter:

“The eerie atmosphere is extremely effective and there’s a lot of strong set pieces – the magazine rack scene in the trailer is great, but there’s something about the third act that I liked the most. (I bet you can guess what it is.)”

Checkout @PNemiroffs Full post below:

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The nun II looks incredibly good

The Nun II
Warner Bros.

Thursday previews for The Nun II are scheduled to begin this afternoon, with some showings beginning as early as 4:00 p.m. EDT. Remember this episode of The incantation Universe will be featured on IMAX and Premium screens.

Screen Rant’s Tessa Smith enjoyed the sequel even more than 2018’s The nun. Checkout @MamasGeeky Social media review via X, formerly Twitter below:

Smith alludes to a mid-credits scene in the post. @filmcritic30 asks, “Do the Warrens have a cameo?” To which Smith replied, “Stay for the mid-credit scene.”

Germain Lussier, a senior writer for Gizmodo, wasn’t as impressed with the film’s ending as some of the other social media users. But there was still plenty to enjoy. @GermainLussier wrote about X:

Directed by Michael Chaves, Written by Ian Goldberg, Richard Naing and Akela Cooper. The Nun II The theatrical release is scheduled for September 8, 2023 at Warner Bros. Pictures. The Nun II is expected to make about $30 million by its opening weekend. My Big Fat Greek Wedding 3 also opens on September 8th and The equalizer 3 will no doubt be a factor at the box office on its second weekend of release. And Barbie is fast approaching his week-long IMAX engagement on September 22nd.

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