Templeton’s Terror: Annabelle Creation

Above is the poster for the movie Annabelle Creation.  The real doll can be found in The Warrens Occult Museum.

Above is the poster for the movie Annabelle Creation. The real doll can be found in The Warrens Occult Museum.

Sara Templeton, Student Life Writer

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In the month of June comes one of the most important days of the year creeps up. The last day of school. Yearbook signings, Flip Flops, and no more homework. This month I will be reviewing the 2017 movie Annabelle Creation.

Sam Mullins and his wife welcome a nun and some orphans into their home. Little do any of them know that years earlier the couple lost their child to a car accident and possess a doll with the child’s spirit. Throughout the movie the kids discover more and more about the family’s dark past.

I would rate this movie a 8/10 because the acting and the script was written very well, but of course you can’t give the writers all the credit because the story was real. The real doll annabelle is now places in n a locked box at Warren’s Occult Museum. Many movies were made surrounding the spirit of the doll. These movies include Conjuring, Annabelle (2014), and Annabelle creation (2017).

The scripts was written very well, the actors are still children but the writers had to make them sound mature for their age. The writers did a great job at making the kid’s actions just like a normal kid, but also making them sound mature enough to make the right decisions. The writers didn’t do a very good job at making the doll, and also one of the children sound possesed.

The acting was probably the best out of the whole movie. The kids again looked very scared, realistically scared. It can be very hard to act possessed or scared for your life, but even the children nailed it. While one of the children who was supposed to act possessed yet the script made it so she didn’t seem very possesed. She just acted the same as she usually would.

The original estimated budget for this move was 15,000,000$ and on its opening weekend it made a little over double its budget. This is pretty good for a horror movie like this. On IMDB.com the movie got a 6.6 out of 10 rating. I think it deserves a higher rating because everything was on the better side of a great horror movie.

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One Response to “Templeton’s Terror: Annabelle Creation”

  1. William Lovejoy on September 27th, 2018 3:01 pm

    I’m spooked. Great Review!

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