Annabelle (2014) English Movie Review | 6 Critic Reviews | Annabelle Wallis, Ward Horton, Alfre Woodard

cast:

Annabelle Wallis, Ward Horton, Alfre Woodard, Eric Ladin, Brian Howe, Tony Amendola

direction:

Annabelle (2014) English Movie PosterJohn R. Leonetti

story:

Gary Dauberman

screenplay:

Gary Dauberman

dialogue:

cinematography:

James Kniest

music:

Joseph Bishara

produced by:

Peter Safran, James Wan

language:

English

genre:

Weird Aggregate Rating Annabelle 5.1/10Horror

release date:

10-October-2014 (India)
run time:
98 minutes


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Reviews- (Ratings out of 10)
  •  Times Of India -Reagan Gavin Rasquinha Rating-6
Mia and John make for a perfect couple. Within the context of a horror film though, their idyll is almost like a precursor to the bad things that will eventually blight them. It starts soon after the above-mentioned 'gift' is placed in the room that Mia and hubby have lovingly prepared

  •  Book My Show -Tanaya Ramyani Rating-5
Last year James Wan’s The Conjuring left an indelible fear. Perhaps, one of the most frightening haunted house films in the recent years. Let’s admit it, we still check the top of our cupboards and the dark corners of our rooms before sleeping. Just in case, you know. The trailer of Annabelle

  •  Indian Express -Shalini Langer Rating-5
Director Leonetti has had a long association with director James Wan of The Conjuring, and Annabelle is a prequel to that hit of 2013. However, from the time the film opens, it’s clear that Leonetti’s inspiration tilts more towards that cult horror of the late 1960s: Rosemary’s Baby.

  •  CNN IBN -Rajeev Masand Rating-6
The idea of an evil doll as a trigger for a horror story has been adequately exploited in Child's Play and its many Chucky sequels. In Annabelle the creepy possessed doll from last year's The Conjuring gets its own origin story.Set in 1969, the film features a young married couple

  •  Hindustan Times -Sanya Panwar Rating-3
John Leonetti's Annabelle is one of those films you keep on top of your weekend must-watch list, thinking you'd need a full Sunday to recover from the horror fest, only to leave the theatre wondering whatever happened to those jitters. In short, this prequel is not even half as scary as The Conjuring.

  •  Now Running -Piyush Chopra Rating-6
It is hard enough to make a successful original horror film. People walk into a theater almost demanding to be scared, like it is their birthright. But at the same time, they have a compulsive need to put on a brave face and make fun of a horror movie, because being frightened is for

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