Apple TV+ is set to send shivers down the spines of viewers with its latest offering, “The Enfield Poltergeist.” This four-part documentary series delves into the mysterious and unsettling events that occurred in 1970s London, providing the real-life inspiration for the spine-tingling horror film, “The Conjuring 2.”
Enfield Haunting: ‘The Conjuring 2’ Inspiration Comes to Life in Docuseries, Based on Hours of Archived Audio and Chilling Interviews
The docuseries draws from over 250 hours of audio archives, offering a chilling recreation of the infamous Enfield haunting that served as the basis for ‘The Conjuring 2.’ Scheduled to release on October 27, just in time for Halloween, the four episodes bring the Enfield events to life using Maurice Grosse’s recorded interviews and a replica of the council house, allowing performers to reenact the spine-tingling encounters documented on the tapes.
MetFilm and Concordia Studios Collaborate on Apple TV+ Docuseries ‘The Enfield Poltergeist’ : The Key Figures Behind It
In addition to those directly connected to the case, MetFilm and Concordia Studios, known for the Emmy-nominated documentary “STILL: A Michael J. Fox Movie,” are behind the production of “The Enfield Poltergeist” for Apple TV+. This four-part series is directed by Jerry Rothwell, with executive producers including Al Morrow, Stewart le Maréchal, Davis Guggenheim, Jonathan Silberberg, and Nicole Stott.