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Plot: Twelve years after the tragic death of their little girl, a dollmaker and his wife welcome a nun and several girls from a shuttered orphanage into their home, soon becoming the target of the dollmaker's possessed creation, Annabelle. Runtime: 109 mins Release Date: 11 Aug 2017
2017 become a good year for horror. I had no high hope watching it, but it's actually surprisingly excellent movie, lots of fun and scary with amazing jump scares. Great cinematography. It's much like "Ouija: Origin of Evil" from last year which is also a prequel. This movie is very well done! 👌
Chucky got nothing on you girl. This movie works on so many levels ! (by jtaveras64)
What helps this installment In the wan series is its clever suspense. As a horror movie it definitely works on so many levels. The location the acting the pacing the camera angles and offcourse the story are undoubtedly great. If I had to rack up my top horror movies this entry is right up there with the exorcist. Another standout is the fact that in a year with lackluster horror movies it's good to be able to count on wan to deliver scares, thrills and good story telling. As an addition to the Conjuring franchise it holds on its own while also adding to the overall background of the <more>
Conjuring. As a sequel it surpasses the origin in every level. Chucky got nothing on you girl ! James Wan remains King in Psychological Torture. And now the most important questions remains ...when do we get the next installment?Final Grade A+
Movie is really amazing, with lot of thrills and scary frames. In 2017 this is my best horror movie so far. Story is good all the characters played their part very well. Whenever you watch horror movies you wants movies to scares you feel like its happening with me so you can get the horror. I found this movie very interesting and maintains the horror level at very point. Maybe some of people doesn't find this scary,but I'm okay with it. Thanks Annabelle Annabelle team for your horror. Looking forward to see you in future.
Better than the first! (by Drank22)
Was lucky enough to see an advanced screening the other day and was glad I went! Not only was it a good horror movie, it was also actually a good movie! The story line was solid and made sense. Far more creepier than the original Annabelle, yet I found I didn't jump as much as I did in the first film. Yet the atmosphere it created left me on the edge of the seat the whole movie. Which to me is far better than jump scares! The movie also had very few slow/boring parts if any. Some characters do make stupid decisions which can be frustrating, but same goes for all movies. All the actors in <more>
the film were really good, which surprised me since most are so young. They're are a few hidden easter eggs throughout the film that fans of Annabelle and the Conjuring series will probably notice, which was really neat/surprising to see! This movie also ties in perfectly the the first film in a very surprising way that made the crowd of the theatre actually gasp in shock.Anyways a great horror movie and a great addition to the Conjuring Universe! Will definitely see again when it officially comes out! One of my favorite movies of the year.
Well paced good story scary and effective without gore (by phd_travel)
This movie is very good from start to finish. I wasn't too impressed by the original Annabelle itself. This movie is better. It's a good kind of horror - well filmed with a well paced story of the origins of the doll and tragic death that took place. I like that you can follow the story clearly it and makes sense without red herrings and the photography isn't too dark. It's actually clearer than Conjuring. Doesn't rely on excessive gore or too many shock tactics to be scary. The young actresses who play the orphans staying who come to stay in the house are effective and <more>
don't over act.Going through the house which is like those historic farm/home tours - it's quite fun to see which household items and things are going to be sinister like a dumb waiter and the scarecrow.The ending is satisfying enough to make you feel you watched a well made horror movie.
They Had No right to make a horror film this good (by jsteele-05081)
utterly terrifying, this is probably the best horror film since The Shining, I came out of the screening Screaming, this film was so scary and jumpy I loved this film so much, Annabelle is so scary but Annabelle Creation is ten times as scary the doll just creeps me out so much I'm going to have nightmares for months.
A prequel of a prequel has no business being this good. (by criticadelcinema)
A prequel of Annabelle, which was the prequel of The Conjuring. Absolutely nobody asked for this. Nobody wanted this. No one. But, thankfully surprising, right? we got it. Annabelle: Creation has no business being this good. Funny enough, the same can be said about 2016's Ouija: Origins of Evil. It is strange that these two bizarrely similar films were released within a year of each other. Both follow up on terrible first films. Both are prequels of those terrible first films. Both shouldn't have been made. Both are extremely effective horror films. Oh, and both star the excellent <more>
child-actor Lulu Wilson. The similarities don't even end there. After the film ended and I saw who directed this, everything made more sense. David F. Sandberg has the reins here–who you might remember from directing Lights Out, another surprisingly great 2016 horror flick. The work done in that movie with the use of lighting and repetition is just as suspenseful here if not more so, in some scenes . Sandberg thankfully stamps what could have been run-of-the- mill horror scenes with his signature creativity. Horror largely relies on the talent of the director, and this is a case of the direction only elevating the film. While Lulu Wilson is a definitely a standout in her second straight horror movie role, her counterpart Talitha Bateman also gives a great performance. As in most horror movies, most of the scares are seen through the eyes of the children in the film. Luckily, the two youngest actresses here–Wilson and Bateman–practically act circles around the rest of the cast. In fact, there were quite a few moments when I felt as though these two actresses deserved a better script. The pair definitely do the best they can with what they are given however, adding a great deal of character to this film. The bar is low when it comes to horror film scripts. Even the best of the genre still have the occasional cringe-worthy line or plot hole The Conjuring 2, I'm looking at you . All this to say, I'm going to go easy on the faults of Annabelle: Creation's script. The writing here is not bad by any means. There are cringy lines here and there, but that is to be expected. The characters make extremely poor choices, but even that is to be expected. The problem rests almost solely in the dull first 30 minutes of this film.Look, I'm all for slow burn horror movies. But when the star of your horror film is an inanimate object, you just can't afford to have a slow opening act. However, once this film starts picking up with the scares in the latter half of the film, much of that first act can be forgiven. The film goes in some unexpected directions towards the end of the film which adds some surprising creativity. No spoilers of course, but the way the first Annabelle is tied in to this film is outstanding. So outstanding that it almost makes up for the 90 minutes I wasted sitting through the garbage that was that first film. Almost. Credit to director David F. Sandberg for rescuing this franchise from a tedious first film. Annabelle: Creation is legitimately scary, which is all you can really ask for from a horror film.
So many years ago, the Conjuring dropped into theaters and opened up a movie universe that would bestow nightmares to the audience members who saw it. This weekend, the latest installment in this haunted world with Annabelle Creation. A prequel to the last film, this possessed doll continues to be a popular figure head in the occult series to warrant another film. Is this film a fitting addition to the franchise, or is it another money grabber fit to be lost in the horror archives? Robbie K here to help answer those questions and share some thoughts. Let's get to work. LIKES: Answers <more>
Questions: The first Annabelle gave the doll some basis and established her deadly legacy, but it lacked any true backstory of her creation. The prequel, as so titled, helped fill in the creation story and establish the origin to its possession. As the film progresses, more of the Annabelle's journey is revealed, alongside a closer look at the creature that uses it as a puppet. While not fully complete, we now have the connections needed to make sense of the first movie, and further engross us in the universe. Unfortunately, the name, the involvement, and other details of the demons still remain unanswered, but can be extrapolated with a dialogue hints. The Pace: Horror movies can have pacing issues at time depending on the story. Fortunately, Annabelle Creation's moves at a decent pace to maximize the movie. Slow enough to provide build up for the scares, but fast enough to keep everything moving and on edge, the production team did a nice job keeping you invested in the movie. There is little time between all the craziness, with just enough comedic relief to relieve the tension and keep things interesting. Scares: I guess we need to talk about the main element you go for these movies huh? The scare factor is at an all-time high in this movie, continuing the Conjuring's legacy of keeping things dynamic, fun, and suspenseful. Annabelle's creepy on so many levels, starting with the realistic setting to place the movie in. That realism and the use of shadows has your imagination on fire trying to fill in the gaps of what lurks in the dark. Once the subtle components are set, you can bet there a number of creepy tricks played in this film, alongside the fleeting glimpses of the demon that terrorizes the family in his cruel game. And of course, there is that doll. It's soulless stare and deceiving smile continue to give me the willies, and had a number of audience members using colorful language before involuntary rising from their seats. DISLIKES:Character stories: The movie had a lot of characters to play in our haunted setting. The protagonists of the film held a lot of potential to develop as characters, and unfortunately, they failed on that level. Sure, you can piece together the simple origins placed before you, but I would have liked more insight into the girls' origins or perhaps a little more integration of Bee into the writing to help maximize scares. With the conjuring able to unearth their demons and dreams in a quality manner, Annabelle should be able to mimic that magic. Scares do not equal perfect horror movie. Pointless characters: Remember the big family in the Conjuring and how each sibling, parent, and exorcist were part of the tale in some way. That's gone too. Annabelle Conjuring brought a large group into the home, but only about four-five of them have any real involvement in the plot. The underutilization of these characters tripped up the plot, made for ridiculous scenes that didn't have as much importance, and really left me asking, what was their point. One girl has just one line and a few stares at the camera. Why include them if you aren't going to use them to develop the characters, or at least try to work together to escape the demon's wrath. Predictability: Scares are getting easier to predict in this day and age. This is mostly due to the development team throwing their usual tactics into the mix to warn you of the impending jump scare. Annabelle Conjuring doesn't escape this trend and much of the scares can be seen a mile away in some form or manner. While there are a few moments that were good tries, the tactics got repetitive and/or cheesy to be laughable rather than fearful. Fortunately, some creepy special effects and the darkness offset this enough to still get under your skin thanks religion nightmare inducing series. The Verdict:Overall, Annabelle Creation is one of the better horror movies of the summer and perhaps this year. It is dark, creepy, and moves at that pace needed to keep you invested in the movie for the two-hour run time. In addition, the filling in gaps and hints start to connect the world a very popular trend , which will have you die hard horror fans screaming in delight at both scares and plot. Yet, there are still elements of the story telling to clean up and utilizing your characters you bring in is a big step to improve on. In addition, I hope the next installment forgoes the predictable moves and gives us that kick I haven't seen yet. Considering everything, this reviewer recommends a visit to the theater for this one, assuming you are disturbed by spiritual haunting movies. My scores: Horror/Mystery/Thriller: 8.5 Movie Overall: 7.0P.S. Stay for the end of the credits for some teasing.
A horror flick full of jump scares (by thejelliclekat)
Much like Ouija: Origin of Evil from last year, Annabelle: Creation is actually a prequel instead of a sequel. As the title implies, the movie provides the origin story of how the possessed doll that eventually ends up in the hands of The Conjuring's paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren first came to be inhabited by an evil entity.Bottomline - Demonic doll torments little girls.