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“Annabelle Comes Home”


Determined to keep Annabelle from wreaking more havoc, demonologists Ed and Lorraine Warren bring the possessed doll to the locked artifacts room in their home, placing her “safely” behind sacred glass and enlisting a priest’s holy blessing. But an unholy night of horror awaits as Annabelle awakens the evil spirits in the room, who all set their sights on a new target–the Warrens’ ten-year-old daughter, Judy, and her friends.

Genres: Horror | Mystery | Thriller

Country: USA

Language: English

Release Date: 26 June 2019 (USA)

Also Known As: Annabelle 3

Filming Locations: Los Angeles, California, USA

“Annabelle Comes Home” is an upcoming American supernatural horror film based on the legend of the Annabelle doll. It serves as a sequel to 2014’s Annabelle and 2017’s Annabelle: Creation, and as the seventh installment in the Conjuring Universe franchise. The film is written and directed by Gary Dauberman in his directorial debut, from a story co-written with James Wan. Wan also produced the film with Peter Safran. The film stars Mckenna Grace, Madison Iseman, and Katie Sarife, along with Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga, who reprise their roles as Ed and Lorraine Warren from the Conjuring Universe.[3]

Determined to keep Annabelle from wreaking more havoc, demonologists Ed and Lorraine Warren (Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga) bring the possessed doll to the locked artifacts room in their home, placing her “safely” behind sacred glass and enlisting a priest’s holy blessing. But an unholy night of horror awaits as Annabelle awakens the evil spirits in the room, who all set their sights on a new target—the Warrens’ ten-year-old daughter Judy (Mckenna Grace), and her babysitters (Madison Iseman and Katie Sarife).

In early April 2018, Warner Bros. announced July 3, 2019, as the release date for a then-untitled new film in the Conjuring Universe franchise. Later that month, it was announced that the film would be another installment in the Annabelle series, with Gary Dauberman signed on to write and direct the film in his directorial debut, based on a story treatment written by Dauberman and James Wan.[6] Wan and Peter Safran will co-produce the project.[7]

During the 2018 San Diego Comic-Con, James Wan and Peter Safran revealed the film’s events would take place after Annabelle and would focus on the doll after she was kept in the glass box in the Warrens’ museum.[8] Gary Dauberman later confirmed this by stating that the film will take place shortly after the beginning of The Conjuring where the titular character is introduced, but also before many of the events of the franchise’s first installment.[9]

On September 5, 2018, Michael Burgess was hired as the film’s cinematographer.[10] On March 30, 2019, Kirk Morri was hired as the film’s editor.[11]In late September 2018, Mckenna Grace was cast in the film as Judy Warren, the Warrens’ 10-year-old daughter, and Madison Iseman as one of Judy’s teenage babysitters.[12] By October, Katie Sarife had joined the cast. That same month, it was announced Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga would reprise their roles as Ed and Lorraine Warren.[6]

Production had commenced by October 17, 2018, in Los Angeles.[3][6] On December 7, 2018, Patrick Wilson announced that he had finished filming his scenes.[13] Filming officially wrapped on December 14, 2018.[14]In February 2019, Joseph Bishara—who composed the scores for The Conjuring, Annabelle, The Conjuring 2, and The Curse of La Llorona—was revealed to be returning to score “Annabelle Comes Home”.[15]

After five years and seven films, the Conjuring franchise has developed a glossy house style and nearly exhausted its repertoire of scares. There are, it turns out, only so many ways to make the same setups frightening: ghosts popping out of unlit corners to scare the willies out of unsuspecting humans, ghosts appearing right in front of unsuspecting humans who have just cast a cautious glance over their shoulders, ghosts gliding about in the background of a shot, ghosts stalking past windows and through walls in 360 arcs. Each tactic gets deployed with the same deliberate care in each movie, but the craftsmanship isn’t the issue. The routine is.

“Annabelle Comes Home”

So props to “Annabelle Comes Home”, the latest chapter in the Conjuring expanded universe and the third film to center on the creepy doll of the title, for playing all of the series’ hits with gusto. Compared to its predecessors in its spin-off trilogy, to The Nun, the disastrous lead-off for a second spin-off, to The Curse of La Llorona, and to The Conjuring 2, “Annabelle Comes Home” is lively, energetic and even fun. “Fun” is what most of these movies aspire to be: They’re carnival rides built to entertain , uniting audiences in shared terrified delight. But that funhouse energy fluctuates in each entry. Their common flaw is inconsistency.

“Annabelle Comes Home” remains a hoot from start to finish, in part thanks to the joys of variety and in part because it pulls a fast one by reintroducing Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga, once again playing famed demonologists Ed and Lorraine Warren, before quickly ushering them out of the picture. For the early going, it’s assumed that the story belongs to them, that they’ll do as the Warrens usually do and stumble upon supernatural shenanigans, and that they’ll send evil packing. The film occurs somewhere in between the prologue and primary narrative of 2013’s The Conjuring, the moment where the Warrens bring the Annabelle doll to their house for safekeeping in their private collection of accursed bric-a brac.

But Gary Dauberman, stepping into the role of director after writing screenplays for just about every Conjuring spin-off project, pivots focus to Judy Warren (McKenna Grace), Ed and Lorraine’s daughter, who’s a good deal more compelling as a protagonist than her folks this many movies into the franchise. What kind of life can a kid lead growing up in a household where Mom and Dad guard countless malevolent objects, regularly blessed by a priest, behind a heavily locked door?

Unsurprisingly, a freaky, lonely life. No one gets to hang out at Judy’s home because her classmates’ concerned parents don’t want their kids associating with exorcists, so for the poor girl’s upcoming birthday, the attendees list includes her parents and her babysitter, Mary Ellen (Madison Iseman). The silver lining is that Mary Ellen’s a pretty rad sitter, but before festivities, Ed and Lorraine leave for an overnight, putting Mary Ellen and her ghost-obsessed tag-along BFF, Daniela (Katie Sarife), in charge. (Wisely, the movie leans on the younger cast , who scare so much more convincingly than adults.) Mary Ellen’s the upright, responsible type, and Judy knows well enough to leave that damn locked room alone, but Daniela’s morbid curiosity gets the better of her, and before long the girls are trapped in a house abuzz with nasty specters.

“Annabelle Comes Home”

Just ahead of next week’s release, New Line Cinema released a winner of a final poster for “Annabelle Comes Home”. The art looks like a shot from the trailer sequence when young Judy in bed and the possessed doll comes sneaking up under the covers. It’s not quite as frightening as the clown sequence in Poltergeist, but I’ll be damned if this wouldn’t have fucked me up as a young child. Thanks to IMP Awards for the one-sheet.

The next film in the Conjuring Universe is headed our way next week, with “Annabelle Comes Home” set to unleash every evil entity that had been locked up in Ed and Lorraine Warren’s museum of haunted artifacts. Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga return in the Gary Dauberman-directed film, the first time they’ve played Ed and Lorraine in a Conjuring spinoff. Mckenna Grace and Madison Iseman also star.

The sixth title in The Conjuring franchise picks up with the Warrens bringing the Annabelle doll to a place where she can no longer wreak havoc: their Artifacts Room. Annabelle awakens the room’s evil which sets its sights on a new target: the Warrens’ ten-year-old daughter Judy.

“Annabelle Comes Home”