Annabelle Comes Home (2019) - Horror, Mystery, Thriller

Hohum Score

17

Watchable

While babysitting the daughter of Ed and Lorraine Warren, a teenager and her friend unknowingly awaken an evil spirit trapped in a doll.

IMDB: 6.3
Director: Gary Dauberman
Stars: Vera Farmiga, Patrick Wilson
Length: 106 Minutes
PG Rating: R
Reviews: 12 out of 67 found boring (17.91%)

One-line Reviews (39)

It is worth watching?

Suspenseful.

Even more exciting than Creation.

Im starting to see a pattern in these horror movies, they seem to start off good, and settle on a rushed and empty ending.

The movie is juat ordinary, all scary scenes are predictable and nothing innovative from James Wan's conjuring movies.

Unfortunately the movie has nothing to deliver, the story was completely trash, jump scares scenes are overused and you will know them before happening, boring dialogues and acting.. even Vera and Patrick showed up for a few minutes in the whole movie!!

With James Wan and company at the helm they are all enjoyable for the Supernatural possession horror films genre fan .

Except for the first 15-20 minutes, which are used to solely provide backstory to the three main characters, every single scene is an uninspired, unimaginative, anticipated, and tedious build-up to a jump scare that heavily relies on an exaggeratedly loud sound, and someone screaming.

The movies has a lot of jump scares and keeps you on the edge of the seats.

and I left the theater extremely disappointed.

But if you watched the trailer, the world's most predictable plot emerges again.

The film is, at times, truly frightening, and extremely entertaining.

Save your money.

Although not as frightening as other films in the franchise, the cast's performance and atmosphere makes Annabelle Comes Home a very enjoyable film in the Conjuring Universe.

The plot does take a little bit of time to develop and maybe spends too much time trying to develop some of the characters before anything really exciting does happen.

The story is suspenseful and maintains thrill and horror.

Don't waste your money and time for this.

Not perfect, but definitely entertaining.

If it wasn't for the truly amazing performances, this could very easily be the worst movie of the year (Serenity still holds that spot).

From start to finish, it was suspenseful!

And had an enjoyable plot!

I was fidgeting the whole time.

Four of us last night as huge fan of James Wan as director and all characters we seen in previous series were expecting way better and left the theater midnight with disappointment.

Once things do start going bump, it does get very fast paced and thoroughly foreboding at times all while staying grounded with the plot.

It was intense and quite the ride when things got going.

The horror genre has been exponentially growing, and it's one of the two most popular genres right now (comic-book movies are the other), but this cheap, bland, cliche, predictable, and forgettable class of horror films is genuinely starting to annoy and frustrate me.

What surprised me most is the solid performance by Judy and the humor aspect of this film which was highly enjoyable.

This was the worst movie I've ever seen honestly they didn't even need to add this movie in the story such a disappointment

Absolutly not, the movie is great, and a enjoyable flick with a nice tribute to the real life lorraine in the end.

Why waste our time with this excuse of a "horror film".

Once you get over the initial slow hump it thrills and chills until the end.

Literally, it's all some sort of variation of the following:Character walks down the hall -> A strange noise occurs-> Character slowly follows that noise -> Score starts to become louder -> Character checks something and camera closes in on the actor's face -> Score becomes heavier and louder with the introduction of bass -> Another noise occurs behind the character -> Camera pans with the character and nothing happens -> Character continues to check on something -> Another noise, another pan, nothing again -> Score is reaching its climax -> Character continues doing the same thing -> Final noise, pan, and then one out of the two predictable jump scares happen: BOO!

While the movie is slow sometimes, the feature of Ed and Laurene Warren, even though they were just bit parts in this one, made it worth it.

Don't waste your money.

Very enjoyable for the Supernatural possession horror films genre fan .

Omg it was so worth watching this movie !

The movie has a nice story, fun and enjoyable meaning the movie is less than scarier compare to Creation.

James Wan's films are empty and mixture of horror devices that used in successful Western and Eastern horror films in the past.

The use of foreshadowing, the same tactics for trying to build scares, and the trailers have spoiled much of the suspenseful parts for me and given the rushed component this sometimes blew through the scary parts too quickly to allow the audience to stew in the intensity of the moment.