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The latest from the series, 'The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It' is 2021's best horror film yet. See how and where you can watch it for free!

Where can you watch ‘The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It’ free?

Fans of The Conjuring horror franchise have long awaited its third installment. The good news is that earlier this year, The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It hit screens everywhere. The Devil Made Me Do It comes five years after the last film in the series, The Conjuring 2 was released. The third film came out in June 2021 & made over $200 million at the box office.

The Conjuring franchise fans are probably wondering where to watch The Devil Made Me Do It. Since the film came out several months ago, there are various streaming services where the movie is available to watch. However, some of them require a paid subscription. Be that as it may, here are some of the places to watch The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It.


If you have a subscription to HBO Max, then you might remember when they added The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It. The streamer’s banner where they display their featured new film had an image of the film’s poster. The third Conjuring film was released simultaneously on HBO Max & in theaters. The Devil Made Me Do It was only to be streamable for a month this summer.

This was a move that HBO Max has done with other films, more recently with Dune & King Richard. It seems to have helped the film studios stay afloat during the rough financial times created by the COVID-19 pandemic. While theaters are open again, some viewers are still more comfortable watching from home.

This is what makes a service where brand new movies are available to watch so appealing for consumers. However, not everyone seems to be on board with HBO Max’s model. Christopher Nolan openly criticized the service when he was trying to “save theaters” with the release of Tenet in Fall 2020. Funnily enough, you can stream Tenet on HBO Max now.

Luckily for horror fans, HBO Max isn’t the only platform where The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It is available to watch.


While Hulu is known for its television content, the service does have its fair share of quality movies. One of the films they carry is The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It. It’s fairly common to see films that are featured in HBO Max also on Hulu. Hulu has a subscription option where if you’re willing to pay more, you can also access HBO Max content.

This seems to be a smart option that would result in paying less for both services as they’re bundled into one. However, it seems that not all additional HBO Max content is available on Hulu. If you want to make sure you have access to everything, better to just subscribe to both services. If you want to save your money, then there are ways to watch the third Conjuring for free.

Where to watch The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It for free

For those that are on a tight budget, there are websites where The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It is available to watch for free. Just do a quick Google search & a Reddit link should pop up with multiple torrent websites that have the movie. is also a good option for free streaming. Yet, what’s the obsession over The Conjuring franchise in the first place?

What’s The Conjuring series about?

The first Conjuring film in 2013 spawned “The Conjuring Universe” from New Line Cinema. The movies are centered on dramatized versions of actual paranormal cases investigated by Ed & Lorraine Warren (Patrick Wilson & Vera Farmiga). The Warrens were paranormal investigators operating in the later half of the 20th century in America.

Not only are the Conjuring films included in the Universe, but so are the Annabelle films. There’s also The Nun & The Curse of La Llorona. Whatever kind of horror you like, The Conjuring Universe is sure to have something for you.

With The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It out for a couple of months now, there are plenty of places where the film is ready to watch. What do you think of The Conjuring Universe? Let us know in the comments! 

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