Annabelle: Creation


Action / Horror / Mystery / Thriller

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Annabelle Wallis Photo
Annabelle Wallis as Mia Form
Grace Fulton Photo
Grace Fulton as Carol
Miranda Otto Photo
Miranda Otto as Esther Mullins
Kerry O'Malley Photo
Kerry O'Malley as Sharon Higgins
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801.85 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 49 min
P/S 3 / 26
1.66 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 49 min
P/S 10 / 52

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by thepunch8 / 10

One of the better horror movies that I've seen in a while.

Annabelle: Creation is a massive step-up from Annabelle. With great performances by the young cast, and some excellent scare sequences, Creation has more than enough to keep you up at night.

Reviewed by TheLittleSongbird6 / 10

Annabelle's next chapter

Have an appreciation for horror and there are a fair share of good to classic ones in the genre as well as a fair share of not so good and even downright bad ones. Really liked both 'The Conjuring' films so watched 'Annabelle', which was inevitably compared to them a lot, and found myself disappointingly not caring all that much for it (while not detesting it).

Saw 'Annabelle: Creation' after hearing that it was a much better film and also that it looked quite good. After seeing it, it is agreed that it is a far superior film to 'Annabelle' in most areas. There are still faults here and major ones and it's not my definition of great, but whereas 'Annabelle' was lacklustre this just scraped above average and what 'Annabelle' didn't do well in this does much better. It has clearly not worked for some and that is understandable.

'Annabelle: Creation' as aforementioned has issues. The dialogue is still very awkward-sounding and banal, doing little with developing rather clichéd characters, and while the familiarity of the story didn't bother me actually (although there are certainly predictable moments, and a little over-simplicity going on) the ridiculousness and illogic of the final third was less forgivable.

Likewise with the ending, that was as rushed and anti-climactic as that for 'Annabelle'. Stephanie Sigman overacts a bit too.

However, 'Annabelle: Creation' is a good looking film, with a great Gothic atmosphere, lush and darkly atmospheric production design and stylish photography. The supernatural effects are surprisingly excellent too. The music is haunting and the direction brings a genuine eeriness and mysteriousness, as well as much more momentum and ease, that was not there in 'Annabelle'.

Where 'Annabelle: Creation' is vastly superior in too is that it is scarier and more interesting. There may not be an awful lot novel, but there are some nice jolty shocks, the odd unsettling surprise and some genuine suspense and dread on particularly a psychological level. There is far more momentum here and the pace is tighter. The story intrigues, while the characters may not be the best developed but they at least have personality and easier to get behind. The acting is much better here too, with the standout performances coming from Talitha Bateman and Lulu Wilson (both terrific).

Overall, not great but a decent improvement. 6/10 Bethany Cox

Reviewed by Leofwine_draca4 / 10

Why bother?

ANNABELLE: CREATION is another mindlessly derivative spin-off from THE CONJURING, this time a prequel to a pre-existing spin-off about a creepy doll. Got that? Watching this, it quickly becomes apparent that creativity is in short supply here, because everything is telegraphed well in advance and there's not a single surprise from beginning to end. We get a children's home setting, Miranda Otto in little more than an extended cameo, and endlessly repetitive jump scares in which the soundtrack goes quiet for a few minutes before the viewer is made to jump with a loud bang. When this happens for the tenth time, your patience will have long since evaporated.

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