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David F. Sandberg
Brad Greenquist as Victor Palmeri
Lou Lou Safran as Tierney
Talitha Bateman as Janice (as Talitha Bateman)
Stephanie Sigman as Sister Charlotte
Samara Lee as Bee
Lulu Wilson as Linda
Tayler Buck as Kate
Alicia Vela-Bailey as Evil Mullins / Demon Hands
Joseph Bishara as Annabelle Demon
Mark Bramhall as Father Massey
Grace Fulton as Carol
Miranda Otto as Esther Mullins
Anthony LaPaglia as Samuel Mullins
Storyline: 12 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, where they soon become the target of the dollmaker's possessed creation, Annabelle.
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A prequel of a prequel has no business being this good. 
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 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.
The last 20 minutes
I am an avid horror/thriller/sci-fi fan for many decades. I have seen them all! This movie was a let down. The first one was Good and I really enjoyed it but this "prequel" probably should have been done first. I do not understand the sudden loud noises to try and scare you when there is nothing there to scare you. The last 20 minutes or so were the best part of the show; this movie to me wasted much time about nothing new. And I own a vast collection of dolls and this doll is not a tribute to the beautiful child.
The Ultimate Underdog Story
In 2013, James Wan brought us the critical and commercial success that is, The Conjuring. The film followed real life demon hunters, Ed and Lorraine Warren, on one of the many cases they worked over their career, The Perron family haunting. The film would also introduce the creepy doll Annabelle if only playing a minor role in the film. Annabelle would then of course gain a less than well- received prequel spin off a year later. Now after Wan's second successful venture with the Warren's in The Conjuring 2, we now have a universe on our hands. The Conjuring Universe, or Conjuring-verse if you will, has expanded with side characters from The Conjuring 2; The Nun and the Crooked Man, getting their own spin offs, similar to how Annabelle initially did. 2017 marks the release of the fourth Conjuring-verse film and second Annabelle film, Annabelle Creation. Directed masterfully by Lights Out director, David F. Sandberg, Annabelle: Creation defies all expectations one would have for a prequel to a prequel spin off that wasn't any good… It's actually decent.

Annabelle: Creation proves what Ouija: Origin of Evil proved, good filmmakers will make good films, regardless of the quality of franchise they make their film within. David F. Sandberg directs Annabelle: Creation with confidence and proves that he is a competent horror film director. He has obviously learnt from and taken note of James Wan and his films, as Annabelle: Creation feels like a James Wan film. Sandberg knows that jump scares aren't the only scare tactic out there, he actually attempts and succeeds at building tension and suspense to nail biting levels, understanding the importance of the build, rather than simply working towards the payoff, aka jump scare moment. Similar to Wan, Sandberg generates the majority of his fantastic scares through the art of misdirection. Sandberg will crank up the suspense, building or alluding to a particular scare and then not doing that, but instead, the scare comes in from a blind spot, catching you off guard. Wan has said before that when trying to create a scare, he'll build to something the audience expects, but the scare should/ will come from something they didn't see coming at all, as that will truly surprise the audience. Sandberg does this numerous times in Annabelle: Creation and is hence why I attribute this film's surprise success to him. The film is truly terrifying.

As well as approaching horror in the same, mature way James Wan does, Sandberg also directly pays tribute to James Wan through a number of visual homages to The Conjuring franchise. Sandberg features the long take, tracking shot around the haunted house which Wan used in both Conjuring films. Although the shot serves very little purpose in all three films, there is pleasure in recognising Sandberg's homage to Wan and it does help make Annabelle Creation feel like a Wan movie. There is also a shot of a girl in a chair with Annabelle on their lap, similar to the Conjuring's poster and almost recreating Annabelle's scene with Bathsheba in the Conjuring. As well as this, Sandberg further attempts to connect the films and create the universe, those who have seen the first Annabelle will get a kick out of the film's end. Sandberg also features one subtle reference to The Nun within a photo frame. The reference is so eerily subtle that it's outstanding, and the film does feature a post credit scene for the Nun, however, I believe few have actually stayed around long enough to see it. Seeing as there is a mid credit scene and this isn't Marvel, I thought it was done, alas I was wrong.

However, Annabelle: Creation's story is your standard possession movie cliché, but the film manages what many cliché horror films fail to do, and that is creating characters to root for. The film is essentially about two of the orphans, Janice and Linda, whose friendship is tested and torn apart by this demonic being. Janice has polio and so is outcast and seemingly targeted by the demon due to her condition, this really made me sympathise and root for these girls and so an another layer of anxiety and suspense is added to the film. This being said, once the focus shifts away from polio ridden Janice, to her able bodied friend Linda, I didn't seem to care as much, as I only really cared and rooted for Janice. As well as this, the film really fails to develop anyone else. There are attempts, but they amount to nothing, especially the Mullins, who I believe are a wasted opportunity and kind of pointless for the most part.

In the end, Annabelle: Creation is a film that is far better than a prequel to a sh*tty prequel spin off deserves to be, and puts the Conjuring universe three for four. Although your standard possession movie formula is at play, director David F. Sandberg proves that with characters you care for, and a competent horror film director at the helm, your standard possession film can be a great thrill ride start to finish, no matter if everything in the world points to it being sh*t. Good filmmakers make good films and Annabelle: Creation proves just that.
i didn't expect such a weak movie , awful plot , weak events not at all a horror movie you would expect, i have no idea where those votes came from they might haven't saw the movie at all i don't give it more than 4 as a rating , if you are looking for horror then its for sure not in this movie , what i only liked is 3 jump scares that were good and that's it
Better than average horror, but terrible characters
Annabelle: Creation wasn't close to being as great or terrifying as The Conjuring 1 or 2; proof that Ed and Lorraine Warren are fantastic characters.

The film had a playful and fun haunted house horror movie feel to it rather than a serious vibe where tension builds to the point where you actually feel scared. This vibe will work better on people that don't scare easily; others will likely be frightened often.

However, there were a few moments, including 2 or 3 sequences, that were unforgettably creepy in a unique way; so it did have some good thrills. The acting was solid, but the dialogue was very unconvincing. Also, a pretty generic plot for a horror film. The Conjuring 1 and 2 worked well with their generic horror tropes, but very effectively developed tension and story with good dialogue.

Annabelle: Creation was definitely better than Annabelle, and offered a nice connection, but neither have been able to live to the greatness of the aforementioned main movies. We'll see what happens with The Nun (which I think I saw a brief allusion to in one scene) and The Crooked Man.

P.S. James Wan better direct The Conjuring 3 or I'll be unhappy.
In some way it better than the first
I enjoy the first Annabelle it not that good but also not that bad like many people say.When they announce the sequel will be directed by David F. Sandberg i get very curious because his movie Lights out came out last year surprise the hell out of me.The movie itself still heavily rely on loud noise,false scare and jumpscare but i find this one very enjoyable.The cinematography definitely better when it provide many place to supernatural things to happen.The characters full of clichés with two stand out performance by Lulu Wilson and Talitha Bateman.The final moment is bloody with a ending tie neatly with the first one make a good summer horror movie.There also a brief appearance of a character make me exited for the next movie in James Wan cinematic universe so highly recommended
Recommended - if you like horror movies

Direceted by Benjamin Walsfisch

Starring Tabitha Bateman, Lulu Wilson and Stephanie Sigman

Plot Overview: ​Former toy maker Sam Mullins and his wife, Esther, are happy to welcome a nun and six orphaned girls into their California farmhouse. Years earlier, the couple's 7-year-old daughter Annabelle died in a tragic car accident. Terror soon strikes when one child sneaks into a forbidden room and finds a seemingly innocent doll that appears to have a life of its own.

Horror movies are the worst thing is existence for me. Because if it is good and I feel scared, then I don't like it. I don't like that feeling. But if the movie is bad, then I just wasted time watching it. SO, I get NO pleasure from finishing a horror movie and therefore cannot stand them. I hate this movie. But that is because it is good. It is a genuinely creepy, and at times pretty scary, horror film that does what it says on the tin: makes me horrified. SO, I cannot stand this movie and will NEVER watch it ever again. But if you're THAT type of sicko, then please feel free to watch it.

For me, this movie has no positives. But the main one for horror fans will probably be the fact the movie is genuinely creepy. Walsfisch's impeccable use of musical cues and sound effects create a truly creepy and frightening experience. Music in this movie is probably the best thing I can say about it. The use of it throughout the first 2/3 of this movie is spectacular and it is used to the highest degree of effectiveness, to create an eerie, tense atmosphere. Truly excellent use of music.

As for other praise, the performances were also pretty great. In fact, I wouldn't say there was a single actor in this movie that disappointed me or was lacklustre, which is especially impressive when you consider the fact that most of the cast consists of children. Obviously, the stand outs are probably Tabitha Bateman's performance as Janice and Lulu Wilson's performance as Lidna. Both of these girls carried the movie for me and did excellent jobs. I commend both the girls for doing it to the standard that they did.

The cinematography and editing are also excellent. It is a gorgeous looking movie and provides some very impressive and visually interesting camera angles. Some cuts are used for cheap scares and that is not okay but this is used sparingly and the vast majority are just used to knit shots together.

As for flaws, the script comes to mind. Both the story and characters were very poorly written and crafted. Minimal effort was clearly put into these characters and you can really tell by the pure laziness and excessive lack of intriuge. The climax was also very weak and just threw a bunch of rubbish together in an attempt to scare the audience. Did it work? I am not denying that. But I scare easily so there is that. Despite this, the random mishmash of erratic plot threads and characters converging together makes the last act of this movie very dull and uninspired. That, and the characters are dumber than a brick wall. They are so stupid that words can not comprehend it. 'Sure, let's break the ONE rule the man who owns the CREEPY house COMMANDED and ORDERED us to ABIDE'. Jesus! Stop using stupid characters in horror movies! It ruins films!!!!!

But in conclusion, I recommend 'Annabelle: Creation' if you like horror movies. It has some effective scares and a very slow and gradual buildup of tension that, unfortunately, results in a weak and manufactured finale. But, the music, performances and cinematography are enough for me to recommend the movie. I'll rate it 7 'YOUR SOULS' out of 10!
Annabelle: Creation (2017)
I'm not the hugest fan of The Conjuring films and the first Annabelle film. but the films have a popular feeling and we are kind of set inside the "Conjuring Cinematic Universe." No plans of stopping soon either because the third spin off, The Nun, is on its way next year. Over here, we got a prequel to the first spin off. Its not as confusing as it sounds actually. Overall, the film entertains like it needs to despite some gaps in writing.

The film takes place in the 50's and follows a group of homeless girls who stay at a house owned by the parents of the original Annabelle. Their daughter Annabelle died years before and her spirit lives on in a demonic way and haunts those around it. And guess what? That Annabelle doll is front and center to it all. While the jump scares come exactly where you expect it to, I gotta say this film engages more than the first Annabelle.

As mentioned earlier, the scares offer very nice imagery but they come right when you expect them to. I don't get scared at all with horror films so my opinion on whether films are "scary" or not wouldn't exactly replicate the sentiments of others. I will say though that the child actors do well enough to deliver a convincing good time. It may be better than its predecessor, however there are still plot points that don't make sense or aren't explained very well. Primarily, with the demonic presence and how it chooses its victims.

The style of horror films changes every few years. While this film doesn't offer anything new or groundbreaking it makes for a decent time, which is all you could ask for. As expected there is a tie in to the first Annabelle and the next in the series, so be prepared for that. Overall, this will please die hard fans of the series and will leave a mostly positive impression on everyone else. Its quite flawed, mindless, and derivative at times but its expected with a film about the age old haunting doll.

10 for chills and 10 for jump scares
I was not supposed to watch this movie today. We were in the theater and had tickets for "The Dark Tower" but suddenly we had the we Wanted to watch Annabelle in stead. The best idea ever!!! Almost...

This movie was simply brilliant and had me sitting on the edge of my seat. I think this is the first time ever that I didn't finish my popcorn! - I was to busy being scared!!

I have seen a lot of horror movies and this is among the best. Well edited and well acted, especially Janice as she is called in the movie!!

I loved this one 10/10 within the genre..
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