ANNABELLE OFFERS A FEW CHILLS AND LITTLE THRILLS AS A PREQUEL TO THE CONJURING

ANNABELLE-United States-98 Mins. 2014

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Annabelle Wallis as Mia in Annabelle Annabelle Wallis as Mia in Annabelle

Ward Horton as John in Annabelle Ward Horton as John in Annabelle

Alfre Woodard as Evelyn in Annabelle Alfre Woodard as Evelyn in Annabelle

Directed by John R. Leonetti

Written by Gary Dauberman

There’s an effectively frightening scene near the midway point of Annabelle. My wife and I both felt the goosebumps grow on our arms and she leaned over and whispered that she felt a chill run down her spine. My response in return was “Good because up to now this movie has been completely boring.”

Annabelle as we know is a prequel to last year’s creepy and genuinely scary The Conjuring and of course the titular object, a haunted doll, is featured in the prologue of that film and the same scene is featured as the prologue here, in Annabelle. The powers that be came up with the notion that if Annabelle the doll was scary for five…

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