Anabelle Creation (Anabelle A Criação do Mal) utiliza fatos baseados nas histórias assustadoras do casal demonologista Warren, porém não retrata exatamente a história real descoberta pelos personagens de Invocação do Mal. De qualquer forma, a adição do grande David F. Sandberg (Diretor e roteirista do incrível Quando as Luzes se Apagam) é um grande plus ao filme que conta a origem do mal contido na boneca Anabelle. Sandberg consegue juntar o que há de melhor nos longa-metragens de terror: drama familiar, casa afastada e supostamente assombrada, meninas órfãs cuidadas por uma freira sem ter onde morar e tragédias para dar e vender. Doze anos após a morte de sua filha, um fabricante de bonecas e sua esposa recebem esta freira e várias meninas de um orfanato fechado em sua casa e, logo, se tornam o alvo da boneca possuída Annabelle. O talento de David F. Sandberg é utilizado em todo seu potencial neste filme. O novo longa dirigido por Sandberg tem muitos traços de seu trabalho anterior como locais fechados e sufocantes, pessoas desesperadas sem ter para onde fugir e muitas cenas com jogos de luz onde, do escuro, o mal vai surgindo. Além de não entrar a fundo na história de vida das meninas, o filme guarda para seu final um acontecimento real descrito em um dos livros dos Warren. A fotografia e o figurino são incríveis e retratam exatamente a época em que tais acontecimentos ocorreram e o pavor do desconhecido, além da grande interpretação da pequena Lulu Wilson (Linda) e de sua irmã acometida de uma grave doença Janice (Talitha Bateman) completam o enredo da película. O filme ainda discute superficialmente o bullying que uma ou outra menina sofre de suas colegas órfãs. Um prato cheio para um diretor do talento de David F. Sandberg! Imperdível mesmo para quem não seja fã assíduo de filmes de terror! #anabellecreation#davidfsandberg#anabelleacriaçaodomal#edelorrainewarren#children#orphankids#mirandaotto#anthonylapaglia#luluwilson#samaralee#talithabateman#stephaniesigman#markbramhall#horror#greatmovie#goodscript#garydauberman
4 days ago
So I saw Annabelle creation earlier today & my verdict is that it's a good movie not great but deffo worth the watch especially if you love jump scare movies because this movie is filled with that, at one point I found myself watching with squinted eyes so nothing caught me off guard but then I manned up .The storyline is about a couple called the Mullins who lose their daughter named annabelle at a young age,the movie then cuts to 12 years later when a nun & 6 orphan girls arrive to stay at the Mullins house,where as u can imagine spooky things start to occur,the movie is centred around Janice who out of the 6 girls is the only one who has a disability and can't walk without the aid of her crutches.she soon finds herself embroiled with the mystery that is behind the door which Sam Mullins has forbidden her to ever open.The 2 older girls got on my tits in this movie & I got annoyed with how clueless mr Mullins was when stuff started happening in the house,I liked the relationship between Linda & Janice it was sweet.The storyline was predictable to me & as far as the acting it was nothing that will take your breath away.there was one scene that didn't make sense when Sam Mullins asks sister Charlotte who the 4th nun is in the photo,the sister didn't know who she was I have a feeling that it was the nun from the conjuring 2 movie ??? (Any ideas people ).i liked how they set up the ending it went straight into the beginning of the Annabelle film in 2014 starring Annabelle Wallis.this movie was waaaay better then the 2014 one,there was a nice touch near the ending where you get to see what looked like a replica of the real annabelle doll,it's in the scene where annabelle receives a raggedy doll from the Higgins couple.oh yeh stay 4 the mid-credits scene you will hear a familiar tune.I give this movie stars out of 5.#annabellecreation#annabelle2#annabelle#cineworld#cineworldhuntingdon#anthonylapaglia#mirandaotto#talithabateman#samaralee#stephaniesigman#luluwilson#josephbishara#gracefulton#taylerbuck#loulousafran#phillipacoulthard#cineworlduk#markbramhall#fredtatasciore#brianhowe#kerryomalley#bradgreenquist#aliciavelabailey
12 days ago
#MovieChronicles2017 - ANNABELLE: CREATION. The prequel-sequel to the spin-off prequel of THE CONJURING. I have not yet seen the first Annabelle movie and I don't know if I ever will; because I've only heard terrible things about it so why waste my time? However, you can go into this one without having seen ANNABELLE and still understand what's going on. CREATION examines how the possessed Annabelle doll from the first Conjuring film came to be. All whilst terrorizing a group of orphaned girls and throwing a ton of scares at you, which makes it a little fun. I'm just tired of jump scares and how predictable they become. Aside from all the jump scares, there's a lot of great tension built throughout the film and that's a credit to director David F. Sandberg, who directed LIGHTS OUT last year and will next be tackling SHAZAM! within the DCEU. Sandberg is the reason this movie works as well as it does. He did a great job working with a group of young actresses while making a movie that will creep you out for 2 hours. My big issue with the movie is that it relies too much on jump scares. Jump scares are boring and dull. They're nothing more than the music swelling to reveal someone standing behind someone else! Oh how scary! Or a loud bang to wake you up out of that snooze you were lulling into. I think I rant about how much I hate jump scares in every horror movie review I do. This isn't a terrible movie by any means. I enjoyed it quite a lot; just ease up on the over abundance of jump scares.
Rotten Tomatoes: 68%
My score: 3-out-of-5
Bringing this back because if you haven't read these you should. Even better? Download the audiobooks and let Mark Bramhall read them to you! S/O @hja_ruehle for such a magical time in my life and if you're anything like me and have an affinity for fantasy & magic, you GOTTA. Beyond excited #Syfy has brought this to life #firstepisodewasawesome#themagicians#levgrossman#markbramhall#fbf