The Sleepless Unrest: The Real Conjuring Home

Movie Review: ‘The Sleepless Unrest: The Real Conjuring Home’ (2021)

I’m not super big into supernatural documentaries nor do I watch any of the popular ghost shows, but something about The Sleepless Unrest: The Real Conjuring Home intrigued me. This new horror documentary was directed by Kendall and Vera Whelpton and shows them investigating the house that inspired The Conjuring film and all the mysteries that lie within.

The Sleepless Unrest: The Real Conjuring Home

Synopsis for The Sleepless Unrest: The Real Conjuring Home

The world-famous house that inspired The Conjuring film has recently been sold and is now open to paranormal investigations. With special access, a small group of filmmakers and paranormal investigators are allowed to move into the famously haunted home for two weeks in hopes of capturing evidence. During this time the group will be experiencing, investigating, and documenting every moment. Will they be able to make it through their stay? Do malevolent spirits still haunt this home, or is it something more sinister?

Honestly, there is no way in hell I would move into The Conjuring house. Ghosts or not, that house is spooky and you can feel something sinister about it without even being inside it but just by simply watching a movie or documentary about it like The Sleepless Unrest: The Real Conjuring Home. Something just doesn’t feel right about that place and I don’t know if I would even be able to visit it. Kudos to them for staying as long as they did.

The Sleepless Unrest: The Real Conjuring Home

In the documentary, each person that stays at the house goes through their own troubling experience making them doubt whether or not it’s in all their head or if there truly are sinister entities among them. This also leaves them doubting whether or not they should have ever set foot in this place.

The Sleepless Unrest: The Real Conjuring Home

Then at the end, it shows that even after leaving the house they’re still experiencing weird and haunting situations and behaviors almost like whatever was at the house followed them home. Turns out they each brought something back home with them from The Conjuring house like a souvenir, which… not to be rude, but is probably the stupidest idea ever. It’s one thing to visit a well-known haunted place, it’s another to bring a piece of it home with you and risk not only your life but your family’s life.

Overall, this was an intriguing documentary that left me wondering whether or not ghosts are real more than I ever before but I don’t second guess that I would ever sleep well again if I were to ever visit that house. It felt more authentic and real than anything else I’ve seen before. Personally, I’m the type that has to experience first-hand in order to fully believe in something. That being said, I would never step foot in that house, so I’ll just take their word on it, haha. The Sleepless Unrest: The Real Conjuring Home is now available on VOD, be sure to check it out!

About Tori Danielle

Tori has had a passion for Horror and music ever since she was a little girl. She got bit by the writing bug in high school where she was involved in both the school newspaper and the yearbook. While getting her Bachelors degree, she took Journalism and Creative Writing classes where her passion grew even stronger. Now, in between work and family, she spends all of her spare time indulging in music, Horror movies, and nerdy fandoms, all while running/assisting one of the biggest Horror groups on Facebook and writing for various websites.

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