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Annabelle Comes Home Movie Review: Good Thrills, Daunting Setup But An Age-Old Story!

The creaky doors in a haunted house with supernatural entities doing their job, expecting us to get scared – can we please have something new?


Annabelle Comes Home Movie Review Rating: 2.5/5 Stars (Two and a half stars),
Star Cast: Patrick Wilson, Vera Farmiga, McKenna Grace, Madison Iseman, Katie Sarife, Stephen Blackehart, Steve Coulter, Samara Lee, Paul Dean.
Director: Gary Dauberman

Star Cast: Patrick Wilson, Vera Farmiga, McKenna Grace, Madison Iseman, Katie Sarife, Stephen Blackehart, Steve Coulter, Samara Lee, Paul Dean.
Director: Gary Dauberman

What’s Good: Levels up the nightmare set by the previous instalment, well-balanced humour unlike the last time
What’s Bad: The age-old format of horror movies! Hollywood, please change it?
Loo Break: It’s just 106 minutes, not a need of one!
Watch or Not?: If you have been a fan of the franchise, go for it!

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Annabelle Comes Home Movie Review: Script Analysis

Gary Dauberman has been penning the stories for Annabelle series & few horror movies like It & The Nun, this is the first feature he’s directing. He gets few chills right but many of the wrong. The whole idea of Hollywood’s horror film is losing its charm since the last few years. The only movie that got genuine screams from me was 2017’s It. The creaky doors in a haunted house with supernatural entities doing their job, expecting us to get scared – can we please have something new?

Too many coincidences spoil the thrills that are built by some daunting setup of the scenes. A very relatable connect with ‘Sherlock Holmes’ we see a typewriter continuously typing ‘Miss Me?’  by itself. Gary, along with script also formats the screenplay which sets the mood correct for the film.

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