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Annabelle: Creation

User rating: 3.04 78 Reviews | Write a Review

In Theaters: May 19, 2017

On DVD/Blu-ray: October 24, 2017

R | Horror, Thriller | 1h 49m

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User rating: 3.04

Based on 410 votes and 78 reviews.

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User rating: April 7, 2018

The first ANNABELLE film was terrible; this prequel is much better. Overlong and overdone, but still effectively creepy with a tragic undercurrent to give it some weight. Talitha Bateman and Lulu Wilson are especially good.

User rating: November 5, 2017

Classic style horror actually done right

User rating: November 3, 2017

Holy doll-face Batman! Although it is hard for me to critique horror films, as I am virtually desensitized now, this is a scary/jumpy film. It is slow to start but it's good to get a lead up. The pace grows steadily more frightening and anyone who doesn't like dolls like this one, will need therapy. The conjuring series has sequels and spin-offs so one has to almost take notes to keep track, but that doesn't take away from anything.

User rating: September 21, 2017

I liked this movie. I thought it started out a bit slow, but it did pick up steam and there were quite a few scary, make you jump scenes. I am not usually afraid of dolls , but this was one creepy doll and the evil figure that was conjured up was very frightening. All in all, a good horror flick.

User rating: September 16, 2017

Awesome movie!!!

User rating: September 10, 2017

Loved all of it!!!

User rating: September 10, 2017

exciting and scary, you never know what's gonna happen next!! The effects were great and it felt real!!

User rating: September 9, 2017

It's amazing it was so realistic

User rating: September 7, 2017

it is stupid, dolls cant come to life

User rating: September 7, 2017

The movie was about a 6 out of ten, but I found it to be a somewhat clumsy attempt to link the actual Annabelle doll (a Raggedy Ann doll in the Warren's museum) to the creepy china doll from the previous movies. A few creepy moments (ala Chucky) kept the tension going , but the movie lacked any truly heart stopping Jump Scares. The film doesn't need to be seen on the big screen. Wait for an online entertainment outlet to release it.