James Wan is a legend of horror film-making, with movies like Saw, Insidious and Dead Silence under his belt. And The Conjuring, which comes out Friday, might be his scariest film yet. We talked to Wan about how to make a really scary movie, and why his movies are the opposite of "found footage" horror.
Jump-scare master James Wan of Insidious is back with a REAL story about REAL ghosts. And to prove the real-life spooky roots for his next film The Conjuring, the studio has re-assembled the original owners of the haunted house from Rhode Island. The Perron family. But does the "authenticity" make it more scary?