Annabelle

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  • Trailer for Annabelle
  • Clip: Falling Books

Movie Info & Cast

Synopsis

A couple begins to experience terrifying supernatural occurrences involving a vintage doll shortly after their home is invaded by satanic cultists.

Cast

  • Annabelle Wallis
  • Ward Horton
  • Tony Amendola
  • Alfre Woodard
  • Kerry O'Malley
  • Brian Howe
  • Eric Ladin
  • Ivar Brogger
  • Geoff Wehner
  • Gabriel Bateman

Did You Know?

Trivia

  • The movie portrays the Annabelle doll as a porcelain doll, but the real Annabelle doll is a large "Raggedy Ann" doll. The Warrens had a special case built for Annabelle inside their Occult Museum, where she resides to this day.
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Goofs

  • 911, while invented in 1968, did not become a nationally recognized emergency number in the US until the '70s and '80s. CA, where the movie was filmed, had universal 911 for all counties in 1985.
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Quotes

    • [whispering to Mia]
    • Thin Woman: I like your dolls.
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Metacritic

30
Oct 2, 2014

Gary Dauberman’s haphazard screenplay merely piles on the cheap scares, with director Leonetti cranking the volume up to 11 to accentuate the frequent jolts. It all adds up to a compendium of horror movie clichés.

Metacritic review by Frank Scheck
Frank Scheck
The Hollywood Reporter
70
Oct 2, 2014

The late-60's Satanic panic and housewifely ennui make for a surprisingly complementary mix of fear and paranoia in Annabelle.

Metacritic review by Inkoo Kang
Inkoo Kang
TheWrap
63
Oct 2, 2014

Each time a character gets tossed in the air by some manifestation or another, the effect is cheesy. Still, I've seen worse. For the record, the violence in Annabelle is far less copious and sadistic than the stuff in the Denzel Washington movie everybody's going to.

Metacritic review by Michael Phillips
Michael Phillips
Chicago Tribune