Deaf movie review of Annabelle: Creation
A hearing perspective:
Annabelle: Creation is an American supernatural horror thriller film, a prequel to 2014's Annabelle and the fourth part in The Conjuring series.
The film is directed by David F Sandberg and written by Gary Dauberman. It features Stephanie Sigman (as Sister Charlotte), Talitha Bateman (as Janice / Annabelle Higgins), Anthony LaPaglia (as Samuel Mullins), and Miranda Otto (as Esther Mullins).
Annabelle: Creation is the story of the origin of the possessed Annabelle doll.
Many years ago, dollmaker Samuel Mullins and his wife Esther mourn for the sad death of their seven-year-old daughter Annabelle (Bee), who died in a car accident.
Years later, Samuel and Esther welcome a nun and many girls from a closed orphan home into their home and soon become the target of the possessed doll, Annabelle.
The film shows how Satan, the evil deceives humans. It makes a technically strong prequel to the existing story line. The first half of the movie was better than the second half.
The sound effects and horror elements in some scenes are scary enough for the weak-hearted people.
The film has English subtitles which makes it easier for the deaf audiences to understand the movie.
Overall, Annabelle: Creation is a good one-time watch for horror movie lovers.