The Conjuring 2

Question: Why would Valak tell Lorraine her name if that's her only weakness?

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Answer: Valak was portrayed as a particularly powerful demon. In horror films demons are often portrayed as overconfident, and in this case it was thinking that Lorraine Warren would not be powerful enough to be able to defeat it. In addition, Valak revealed their name while Lorraine was in a dreamlike trance state, so it may have believed that she might not remember or make the connection at any point and be able to use it to her advantage.

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Factual error: Fireplaces in the house are not those of a 1930's British house, they are the wrong size (more USA dimensions). You'll never see a British tiled fireplace quite like that.

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Anita Gregory: Last year I was conned by a Welsh family pretending to be possessed by demons. And honestly, I don't know what was worse: the demons or the people who prey on our willingness to believe in them.
Lorraine Warren: The demons... are worse.

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Trivia: While eating breakfast there are "letters" on the window ledge in front of Ed and Lorraine at their home. They spell out the word Valak, the name of the demon they encounter once they are in England. (00:30:30 - 00:32:00)

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