Happy Birthday Vera Farmiga: 5 Horror Movies of the ‘Conjuring’ Actress that you should avoid watching at night or alone

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Horror films and the topics of ghosts aren’t for the feeble-hearted. Vera Farmiga whose full name is, Vera Ann Farmiga is an American actress and is a very vibrant part of the “Conjuring” franchise. Though it is very obvious that she has had other roles too. Some of her well-known films are, “Down to the Bone”, “Nothing But the Truth”, “Godzilla: King of the Monsters” and more. She was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for her role in the film, “Up In The Air”.

Vera Farmiga was raised in Clifton, New Jersey, on August 6, 1973, and this year on her birthday, she is turning 49. Both her “Bates Motel” co-star Freddie Highmore, who serves as her child’s guardian, and her “Conjuring” co-star Patrick Wilson are longtime friends of hers. And when it comes to “Conjuring” we are aware of it being very scary and bone-chilling. So instead of just captioning a post with, “Happy Birthday Vera Farmiga” let’s check out the 5 horror movies of Vera Farmiga. Beware, don’t watch them alone at midnight!

Happy Birthday Vera Farmiga: 5 Horror Movies of the ‘Conjuring’ Actress

1. ‘The Conjuring’

James Wan and Chad and Carey W. Hayes’ psychological horror thriller The Conjuring was released in the United States in 2013. It is the first instalment in the Conjuring Universe series.

2. ‘The Conjuring 2’

Peggy, a lone mother of four, contacts esoteric researchers Ed and Lorraine Warren for assistance when she and her kids experience weird otherworldly occurrences in their home.

3. ‘Annabelle Comes Home’

After her folks depart to look into a situation, Judy is left home alone with her caregiver. However, a surprise visitor sets Annabelle unleashed, causing diabolical behavior to erupt throughout the home.

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4. ‘Orphan’

A pair who lost their newborn adopts a nine-year-old girl. They quickly learn regarding her enigmatic background, though, and come across a number of alarming psychological quirks.

5. ‘The Conjuring 3: The Devil Made Me Do It’

Arne Cheyenne Johnson kills his landlady with a knife while pretending to be possessed by a monster. Lorraine and Ed Warren look into the situation and work to establish his honesty.

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