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Annabelle Comes Home|Emily Brobst
Annabelle Comes Home
Emily Brobst and Patrick Wilson
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Overview

After the events of Annabelle (2014), Ed and Lorraine Warren (Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga) are intent on preventing the possessed doll from causing any more harm to innocent people. They decide to take it home, put it in a sacred glass box, and store it in their locked artifacts room. However, Annabelle is able to awaken the sinister spirits around her and they have one target: the Warrens' 10-year-old daughter Judy (Mckenna Grace). Annabelle Comes Home is the sixth installment in the Conjuring Universe. James Wan writes the films, along with its director Gary Dauberman.

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Main Cast & Crew:
Gary Dauberman - Director
Emily Brobst
Patrick Wilson
Mckenna Grace
Vera Farmiga
Madison Iseman
Steve Coulter
Katie Sarife
Samara Lee
James William Ballard
Sade Katarina

 

    Blu-Ray Disc Format
  • Format: Blu-ray
  • Run Time: 100
  • Color Format: Color
  • UPC: 883929669042
  • Genre: Horror
  • Rating: R (MPAA) (horror violence and terror)
  • Release Date: October 2019

Reviews:
"Dauberman orchestrates a dramatic array of supernatural entities to frighten the girls..." - 06/24/2019 Hollywood Reporter


"[A] haunted-house thriller that takes place almost entirely in their roomy dark-shadowed suburban home, which is done up in conflicting patterns of floral wallpaper and a muted rainbow of gloomy autumnal ’70s colors." - 06/24/2019 Variety


"Along with his cinematographer Michael Burgess, Dauberman swiftly utilizes every nook and cranny of the Warren house for maximum spookiness..." - 06/25/2019 RogerEbert.com


"[A] teen horror movie done CONJURING-style, complete with a babysitter, a bully, a burnout pizza guy, and a cute boy who works at the local supermarket coming around for an ill-timed SAY ANYTHING moment..." - 06/22/2019 A.V. Club


3 stars out of 5 -- "This is a highly efficient scare machine, trapping its trio of young women in a house filled with board games that sprout hands and a folkloric nightmare known as the Ferryman..." - 06/25/2019 Rolling Stone


3 stars out of 5 -- "The acting’s decent, the kids are, unusually, sweet to each other, and there’s a shot of genuine grief to anchor things when they get silly." - 07/16/2019 Total Film