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Annabelle Comes Home

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  • Fun for fans even if it isn't as frightening as some of its predecessors, Annabelle Comes Home suggests there's still some life left in the Conjuring franchise.
  • David FearRolling Stone
    A back-to-basics take on the ghost-story gauntlet run; compared to the previous films, it's worth its weight in spare doll parts.
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  • Charlotte O'SullivanLondon Evening Standard
    Proudly retro and coyly innocent, it's the perfect movie for a tweeny sleepover.
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  • Anton BitelLittle White Lies
    As for Annabelle herself, her case may be closed, but we now know that it can be reopened anytime by the guilt-ridden, the transgressive or the curious, which is, at times, all of us.
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  • Scott MarksSan Diego Reader
    Here's a horror sequel that wants to be anything other than what it is: a picture about an evil doll.
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  • Michael PhillipsChicago Tribune
    The reason the movie works, I think, is simple. The actresses are all strong.
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  • Sara StewartNew York Post
    "Annabelle Comes Home" is so low stakes it's barely a movie - more like a very special "Brady Bunch" episode in hell.
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  • Paula Fleri-SolerTimes of Malta
    As the end credits roll you are in no doubt that Annabelle Comes Home is by far the weakest in the franchise, shorn of the horror that has permeated many of the previous titles in favour of something tamer -- Annabelle Lite, if you will.
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  • Linda CookQuad City Times (Davenport, IA)
    'Annabelle Comes Home' with jump scares and themes about grief.
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  • Kat HughesThe Hollywood News
    A welcome respite from what has become the trademark Conjuring-verse jump scare, Annabelle Comes Home is an entertaining watch that teases several new directions the series may take.
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  • Kim NewmanSight and Sound
    Middle-school horror in its near-perfect form.
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