The Conjuring Universe has definitely left its mark on cinema

The Conjuring Universe has definitely left its mark on cinema

7/25/2021 12:14:00 PM

The Conjuring Universe has definitely left its mark on cinema

I, for one, believe that The Conjuring Universe was so successful because it did not feel like an exploitation of the horror genre.

Read more: Inquirer »

Sonny Matula is 12th member of Robredo's Senate slate

(1st UPDATE) 'Malinaw sa mga usapan namin kung nasaan ang puso ni Attorney Sonny Matula. Para sa kanya, ang pakikianib sa atin ay hindi isang transaksyon, kundi tungkulin,' says Vice President Leni Robredo

Maxine Medina's kilig message for BF Timmy Llana on his birthdayFormer Miss Universe Philippines Maxine Medina and Timmy Llana marked their 3rd anniversary as a couple in June 2021.

LOOK: Richard Yap's first photo with 'I Left My Heart in Sorsogon' co-star Heart Evangelista has fans talkingMalapit niyo nang makilala sina Celeste at Tonito sa 'I Left My Heart in Sorsogon!' Cant wait to meet them🥰🥰🥰 Excited na po makilala sila! 😍😍😍😍😍 Congrats heart021485 ImRichardYap08 🙏

Amy Winehouse remembered in new film 10 years after deathFamily and friends look back at Winehouse's life in the new documentary 'Reclaiming Amy,' which marks 10 years since the singer's untimely death.

Taylor Swift releases ‘The Lakes’ original version, marking one year of ‘Folklore’The song Taylor Swift's gift to fans in celebration of the first anniversary of her Grammy award-winning album “Folklore.”

In times of stress, turning to contemplation can be helpful – here's why religions emphasize restOver a year of dealing with COVID-19 has left a lasting imprint on our daily lives. The pandemic disrupted usual work routines, with the majority of Americans having to work from home for long spells. While working from home has some hidden benefits, such as no daily commute, it also resulted in longer workdays and high levels of stress for many.

As R. Kelly trial approaches, prosecutors want to include alleged evidence of bribes and recordings of threatsWith two weeks left until jury selection is to begin in R. Kelly's federal racketeering trial, Brooklyn prosecutors are asking to admit additional evidence of alleged crimes that were not charged in their indictments of the singer, according to a Friday court filing.