Annabelle Comes Home
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Annabelle Comes Home I cannot say that I am impartial towards James Wan films. Nor can I say that I don’t have a Annabelle Comes Home certain prejudice against Gary Dauberman, the writer of the previous two Annabelle movies and rotten jewels like The Nun, who now directs Annabelle Comes Home. Those who have read me for a long time know that I don’t like at all what this pair has done to mainstream American terror. I think James Wan is a very talented producer who actually sells pure air: formulas programmed to work and forget, momentary blockbusters that build nothing durable. Also, Gary Dauberman’s passion for using horror as Christian propaganda is, in itself, despicable.

I went to see Annabelle Comes Home knowing that Dauberman was directing a story produced and conceived by James Wan. And, as you can imagine, he was not very enthusiastic. What’s more, from before entering the room, I was already sharpening the pencil to destroy this film. To my surprise, my experience was surprisingly positive. By this, I don’t mean that this is a good movie. Not even that it is a good movie in the irregular universe of The Conjuring. Actually, what surprised me in Annabelle Comes Home is that it is a formulaic film, that fulfills all the sins of the saga in its horrendous ending and its poor script, but that it has something unique. The way Dauberman filmed this movie had a positive impact on me and if I, who hate his work, found it interesting, he must have done something right.

Duration: 106 min


IMDb: 5.9