Annabelle comes home: review and trailers

Published by Laura B. · Updated on 5 July 2019 at 11h56 · Published on 3 July 2019 at 16h29
Horror movie fans can go to theaters to discover Annabelle Comes Home from July 10, 2019 in France. An evil doll who will this time attach the Warren daughter…

The cursed doll is finally back in theaters… Annabelle Comes Home, third movie of the saga about the Warren couple and the eponymous dolls (and also seventh movie of the Conjuring franchise) will be out in theaters on July 10, 2019 in France. A movie showing the demonologist couple played by Vera Farmiga and Patrick Wilson in a new adventure as terrifying as the previous ones.

A movie also starring Mckenna Grace (Ready Player One, Captain Marvel…) and Stephen Blackehart (Guardians of the Galaxy, Brightburn). A movie offering the occasion to be scared with friends in the dark rooms of movie theaters.


Determined to prevent Annabelle from making more damages, demonologists Ed and Lorraine Warren store the possessed doll in the locked room of their house devoted to artefacts, putting it in a “safe place” behind a sacred glass that has received the sacred benediction of a priest. But a night full of horrors is about to happen when Annabelle awakens the evil spirits of the room and lead their attention to a new target: the Warrens’ daughter, Judy and her friends.

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In this third movie, Annabelle now belongs to the Warrens, famous demon hunters in the 70's, Ed and Lauren (passed in 2019) who, after having it blessed by a priest, is stored in their secret room housing all the haunted items they have collected. But here, the Warrens, who only go away for the weekend, are not the main characters. The star is Judy, their daughter perfectly portrayed by young actress Mckenna Grace. She seems to have the same powers as her mother...
Gary Daubermann, who signs the third movie of the saga - and the first two - of the adventures of evil doll Annabelle, always ready to spread chaos, sets a nerveracking climate especially thanks to the music, making us jump thanks to a sudden noice or a furtive apparition. Night, dark pictures, a car breaking down in the open countryside... all the ingredients to scare us are here. And fortunately. But where the movie fails is that the pure horror scenes, scenes of possession are really slow to arrive. As a matter of fact, the history is very long to start and these pictures we impatiently expect from the opening credits arrive over one hour after the movie starts. Eventhough we jumped, we'd like to be more scared. In terms of evil doll, we loved "Child's Play" more, the version 2019 of Chucky. And we can wonder until where the Warren thread will go while the movie "The Conjuring 3" has been announced for September 16, 2020...

Practical information

Dates and Opening Time
From 10 July 2019 to 16 July 2019



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