Are you a fan of creepy dolls? Do you maybe even have a creepy doll collection? Then you’re just going to luuuuv the upcoming “Annabelle” movie!
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Before “The Conjuring,” there was a doll. And the doll’s name was “Annabelle.”
“Annabelle” the movie goes back in time from the doll’s appearance in “The Conjuring.” The film traces its loving history from the time when the doll was given as a gift by a doting husband to his very-pregnant wife Lydia. Delighted, Lydia adds Annabelle-the-doll to her doll collection. If you have seen “The Conjuring,” you already know how well that turns out.
Cast credits include Ward Horton as the loving husband and creepy doll purchaser John, as well as actors Alfre Woodard, Tony Amendola, and Eric Ladin. In a creepy coincidence, the actress playing Lydia is the talented and synonymously named Annabelle Wallis. James Wan directs.
You can now get a peek at the movie! Warner Bros. Entertainment and New Line Cinema have released the trailer – and you can watch it below!
The movie is scheduled to open October 3, 2014.
You know the story. You saw the movie. Now read the interview in “Annabelle: The Cursed Doll ”! This is the author’s interview with the late Ed Warren (September 7, 1926 – August 23, 2006) about Annabelle, the cursed doll, that inspired the movie, “Annabelle.” The interview took place in the Warren’s back yard in Monroe CT after the author and several classmates took a tour of the Warren’s occult museum. Warren discusses how they got involved with the case, his interview with the girls, the attacks on Lou, how they got rid of demonic spirit from the girls’ apartment, and what happened after they removed the doll and took it to their home. Annabelle, the doll, is currently in a case in the Warren’s Occult Museum.
If you keep your library on a Kindle – so you can read anything in your library anywhere, anytime – you’ll want to order “Annabelle: The Cursed Doll ” by author Taffy Sealyham in digital format for Kindle from Amazon.com. 39 pages. Sorry, this interview is not available in a digital (Kindle Unlimited) version. Sorry, this interview is not available in an audio (Audible) version.
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