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5 "Annabelle: Comes Home" Movie Facts, Story of the Crew Mystical Events.

Updated on June 27, 2019
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Annabelle Comes Home films have started to air throughout your beloved cinema.

Annabelle Comes Home is the sixth film in the series The Conjuring Universe. Annabelle's first sequel aired in 2014 under the title Annabelle. Three years after the screening of the first film of the ghost doll series, it aired again under the title 'Annabelle: Creation'.

Here's an interesting fact that I've summarized about Annabelle's Comes Home movie

1. Gary Dauberman's Debut

In previous films, Annabelle's film was directed by James Wan. But 'Annabelle Comes Home' made a debut for Gary Dauberman as a director.

Gary Dauberman and James Wan collaborated in writing story ideas. Previously, Dauberman had served as a writer for several franchise films, including Annabelle, Annabelle Creation, and The Nun.

Apart from his work, Conjuring Universe, Dauberman also worked on adaptation of 'IT' in 2017.

This 106-minute movie is distributed by Warner Bros Pictures.


2. Filming Process Almost 2 Months

The process of filming the film 'Annabelle Comes Home' began on October 17, 2018 until December 7, 2018.

Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga who repeat their roles as Ed and Lorraine Warren.

On March 15, 2019, New Line Cinema released a teaser which revealed the film's official title. The first trailer for this film was released on March 30, 2019, while the second trailer was released on May 28, 2019

3. Synopsis

The psychic couple Ed and Lorraine Warren are determined to keep Annabelle from making more chaos. They then took Annabelle's doll to the artifact room in his house, and placed it in a glass cabinet.

From behind the sacred glass, Annabelle had been prayed for by a priest not to do any more trouble.

One impure night, Annabelle woke up evil spirits in the room. The evil spirits began to glance at their new target, unexpectedly, their target turned out to be the lives of 10-year-old Warrens girls, Judy and her friends.


4. Appearance of a New Figure

In the Annabelle movie trailer a new supernatural entity, seen standing in the corner of the Warrens artifact room.

After Daniela opposed Judy's advice and entered the room where all the possessed objects were locked, she heard the ghostly voice of a woman saying, "I like your doll."

Then you can see the picture of the wedding dress above the mannequin in the corner.

This artifact belongs to the entity known as the Bride.

Reportedly the bride is a new entity in the series that has a woman wearing a dress and convincing the target to kill her own husband. The introduction of the presence of new entities can be a sign of the upcoming film.

Just like, Nuns and Crooked Humans were introduced in The Conjuring 2.

5. Mystical Experience during the Filming Process

Reporting from several news sources during the promotion of this film, Annabelle Comes Home's public relations unit said, since The Conjuring 2, all sets have been blessed by Catholic priests before filming.

"At The Conjuring 2, we have an exorcist recommended to us by Lorraine (Warren)," he said.

"The exorcist is someone who has been approved by the church to drive away buildings but not people."

"Apparently there are various levels of sanctions for exorcism."

Unfortunately the procession of exorcism did not stop the frightening events set.

McKenna Grace, who will play the daughter of Warrens, Judy at Annabelle Comes Home, tells a scary moment from the beginning of filming to Cinema Blend.

"On one of the first days, I came and saw the house they built, set."

"We are doing our training and my nose is shedding blood, suddenly."

"The lights are dead because they have to reset something, and I feel like," There is blood! "

"Shortly thereafter, as soon as I stepped out to go to the restroom to get a tissue, but suddenly the blood stopped."

"It's scary. But then after the location is prayed everything is fine now."


For those who haven't watched this film, you can already feel a little bit of the serenity presented by this film.

Or, for those of you who might have watched it, what do you think about this film. Give a poll, what do you think about this film. Recommended or not.

But in my opinion, the movie is very scary and worth watching with friends, girlfriends or families who like horror movies. It is a pity if you have watched the sequel but did not watch this movie.

Should I Watch This Movie or Not?

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