‘The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It’ Apparel Set to Launch

Limited-edition collection will be available exclusively on Warner Bros. horror fan e-shop.

License Global

June 5, 2021

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In tandem with the release of the latest “Conjuring” franchise film, “The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It,” Warner Bros. Horror Icons e-shop is releasing a limited-edition apparel collection from the film.

The exclusive apparel collection features new artwork based on the film’s props such as The Occultist Totem, The Chalice and The Skulls.

“The totem was a big process,” says Kate Guanci, property master, “The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It.” “It went through so many iterations to get right because of its significance. It’s the connective tissue between The Occultist and each of her victims.”

A second T-shirt features the Occultist’s Chalice with an antler-based design and the third tee in the collection features a stylized skull design.

“At one point, prop assistant Madeline Grayson was ordering all kinds of things online that could potentially be used as bases and combined with different bowls to create something unique,” says Guanci. “One of the things she ordered was a faux deer antler candlestick. It didn’t work at all for what we needed, but it introduced the idea of bringing animal and nature elements together to create her chalice.”

All three T-shirts are available on Warner Bros. new horror online fan shop, the WB Horror Collection

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