The Sleepless Unrest: The Real Conjuring Home 2021 Review
The Sleepless Unrest: The Real Conjuring Home takes viewers into the real story that inspired The Conjuring films. The creepy new doc follows a group of fearless filmmakers who risk everything to explore the house whose terrifying story gave us The Conjuring franchise. Teaming up with some paranormal investigators, the documentary crew spends two weeks in the house to witness any and all paranormal happenings.
Filmmakers Vera and Kendall Whelpton, plus investigators Richel Stratton and Brian Murray take their audience right into all of the action as they try and find out what is behind the house’s mysterious hauntings.
Curious to learn more about The Sleepless Unrest? Here’s everything you need to know to watch the unsettling horror movie.
WHEN DOES THE SLEEPLESS UNREST PREMIERE?
You’ll have to wait just a few days for The Sleepless Unrest to drop on VOD. The film officially premieres in theaters and on VOD Friday, July 16.
IS THERE A TRAILER FOR THE SLEEPLESS UNREST?
Yes! Think you can handle the real story behind The Conjuring? Test it out for yourself with The Sleepless Unrest trailer, which you can watch in the video above.
WHERE TO WATCH THE SLEEPLESS UNREST:
The Sleepless Unrest will be available to rent across digital platforms starting July 16. Right now, you can pre-order on the film on iTunes for $6.99. As the premiere date gets closer, it’s possible the film will become available to pre-order on more platforms, but for now, your best bet is to rent the film when it debuts on July 16.
WILL THE SLEEPLESS UNREST BE ON NETFLIX?
Right now, there are no plans for The Sleepless Unrest to premiere on Netflix. Still, that doesn’t mean the horror doc couldn’t land on there eventually. Typically, the theatrical release window for film is typically around 90 days, but the pandemic has shortened that exclusive period to as brief as 45 days and sometimes even 30 for films coming from studios like Paramount Pictures. While we don’t have a specific date for when The Sleepless Unrest could head to a streaming platform like Netflix or Hulu, keep checking back for any updates.