This is definitely not as scary as Melania Trump’s tribute statue in Slovenia but it does have a decent amount of jump scares. Out of all the movies focused on Annabelle, excluding the two Conjuring movies, I’d say this one falls to the bottom of the list storywise. Yes, you will get to learn about some of the oddities in Ed and Lorraine Warren’s storage room of evil, but I think the story would have been even better if they expanded more on the story behind the items since it was only done for a few. One awesome aspect of the Movie was the acting. The young actress, McKenna Grace, who plays the Ed and Lorraine’s daughter, Judy did an excellent job. I recall seeing her in Lifetime’s movie, The Bad Seed and she can portray an innocent or psychotic character at the drop of a hat. Additionally, the story does a decent job of developing relationships among the different characters so you’re rooting for them to live instead of evil to succeed. Well, at least for most of them. If you watch it, you’ll know which character would get the least amount of sympathy. But honestly, without this character, […]
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