Discuss Annabelle: Creation

I'm not totally sure about this.

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Yes it is, and it eventually ties into the FIRST Annabelle movie nice & neatly. I kinda liked how they pulled it off too (no spoilers!)

Honestly I prefer sequels in general but this movie looks so much better than the first one.

It is a lot better than the first and yes it is a prequel. It's got the standard jump scares but it's much better made

I'm trying to go for an engaging, funny youtube channel so, if you have the time, take a look. Hope you enjoy what you see. Thanks in advance. A review of the movie here-https://youtu.be/hSa7oMkArlA

The first movie was average, still way better than what professional reviewers were claiming. But this one looks way better.

First one was a decent flick. Had its moments, but this one was DEFINTELY a step up. Director David F. Sandberg (Lights Out and now the DC comic book movie Shazam!) has a bright future ahead of him!

Lights Out was a pretty good horror movie.

@jorgito2001 said:

Yes it is, and it eventually ties into the FIRST Annabelle movie nice & neatly. I kinda liked how they pulled it off too (no spoilers!)

How does it tie to it? I wathced the first movie but kinda forgot a lot about it lol. Maybe you (or someone else) could explain, with a spoiler warning?.

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