Annabelle: Creation

Several years after the tragic death of their little girl, a doll maker and his wife welcome a nun and several girls from a shuttered orphanage into their home, soon becoming the target of the doll maker’s possessed creation—Annabelle.

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Film Cast:

  • Sister Charlotte: Stephanie Sigman
  • Janice: Talitha Bateman
  • Linda: Lulu Wilson
  • Samuel Mullins: Anthony LaPaglia
  • Esther Mullins: Miranda Otto
  • Carol: Grace Fulton
  • Nancy: Philippa Coulthard
  • Annabelle “Bee” Mullins: Samara Lee
  • Kate: Tayler Buck
  • Tierney: Lou Lou Safran
  • Victor Palmeri: Brad Greenquist
  • Father Massey: Mark Bramhall
  • Annabelle Demon: Joseph Bishara
  • Evil Mullins / Demon Hands: Alicia Vela-Bailey
  • Demon Bee (voice): Jessie Giacomazzi
  • Officer Form: Adam Bartley
  • Adoption agent: Lotta Losten
  • Mr. Higgins: Brian Howe
  • Mrs. Higgins: Kerry O’Malley
  • Mia Form: Annabelle Wallis
  • John Form: Ward Horton
  • Demon (voice): Fred Tatasciore
  • Demon Nun (uncredited): Bonnie Aarons
  • Small Boy (uncredited): Liam James Ramos
  • Priest Holding Annabelle (uncredited): Tyler A. Johnson
  • Annabelle Higgins (uncredited): Tree O’Toole

Film Crew:

  • Producer: James Wan
  • Original Music Composer: Benjamin Wallfisch
  • Assistant Sound Editor: Paul Flinchbaugh
  • Scoring Mixer: Joel Iwataki
  • Director of Photography: Maxime Alexandre
  • Executive Producer: Walter Hamada
  • Producer: Peter Safran
  • Foley Artist: Dawn Lunsford
  • Foley Artist: Alicia Stevenson
  • Executive Producer: Richard Brener
  • Costume Supervisor: Susan L. Bertram
  • Stunts: Jill Stokesberry
  • Executive Producer: Hans Ritter
  • Unit Production Manager: Joshua Throne
  • Script Supervisor: Jan McWilliams
  • Production Design: Jennifer Spence
  • Casting: Rich Delia
  • Executive Producer: Dave Neustadter
  • Property Master: Thomas Spence
  • Makeup Artist: Jennifer Gerber
  • Leadman: Timothy Stuart Hildebrandt
  • Set Decoration: Lisa Son
  • “A” Camera Operator: B. J. McDonnell
  • Set Designer: Cameron Birnie
  • Art Direction: Jason Garner
  • Transportation Coordinator: Louis Dargenzio
  • “B” Camera Operator: Laura Merians
  • Stunt Coordinator: Mark Norby
  • Director: David F. Sandberg
  • Makeup Artist: Hugo Villasenor
  • Costume Design: Leah Butler
  • Makeup Department Head: Eleanor Sabaduquia
  • Writer: Gary Dauberman
  • Construction Coordinator: Anthony Syracuse
  • Stunts: Tree O’Toole
  • Stunts: Emily Brobst
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Mitchell S. Drain
  • Sound Effects Editor: Kris Fenske
  • Stunts: Marilyn Giacomazzi
  • Still Photographer: Justin M. Lubin
  • Set Designer: Julia K. Levine
  • Supervising Sound Editor: Bill R. Dean
  • Hair Department Head: Traci E. Smithe
  • Sound Re-Recording Mixer: Craig Mann
  • Special Effects Makeup Artist: Danielle Noe
  • Unit Publicist: James Ferrera
  • Sound Effects Editor: Adam Kopald
  • Editor: Michel Aller
  • Makeup Artist: Heide Kacser
  • Makeup Department Head: Liz Mendoza
  • Casting Assistant: Nicki Katz
  • Prosthetic Makeup Artist: Kelly Capoccia
  • ADR Mixer: Brian Magrum
  • Costumer: Robin Roberts
  • Conductor: Tim Williams
  • Sound Re-Recording Mixer: Laura Wiest
  • Set Costumer: Paula Avazian
  • Special Effects Supervisor: Mark Hawker
  • Dialogue Editor: Joe Schiff
  • Hairstylist: Samantha Rosenberg
  • Sound Mixer: Robert Sharman
  • Sound Effects Editor: Ando Johnson
  • Music Editor: Nate Underkuffler
  • Boom Operator: Richard Bullock Jr.
  • Digital Intermediate Colorist: John Daro
  • Key Grip: Sean P. Fickert
  • Supervising Dialogue Editor: Chase Keehn
  • Special Effects Makeup Artist: Samantha Ward
  • Visual Effects: Gabriel Vargas
  • Set Medic: Adriana De La Cruz
  • Foley Mixer: David Jobe
  • Visual Effects: Molly Pabian
  • Production Coordinator: Jules Carideo
  • Key Costumer: Asia Muka
  • Co-Producer: Michael Clear
  • Art Department Coordinator: Julie Ann Grasso
  • “B” Camera Operator: Tommy Tieche
  • Sound Effects Editor: Adam Boyd
  • Digital Intermediate Producer: Pamela Scott-Farr
  • Orchestrator: David J. Krystal
  • Payroll Accountant: Lindsey Washington
  • Production Assistant: Adam Titchenal
  • Assistant Production Coordinator: Vincent Befi
  • Assistant Location Manager: Mark Gaffney
  • Set Dresser: Colby Giovacchini
  • Assistant Sound Editor: Charley Stauber
  • First Assistant “B” Camera: Leigh Rathner
  • Location Manager: Michael Chickey
  • Transportation Captain: David Christenson
  • Best Boy Grip: Rodney Veto
  • ADR Mixer: Thomas J. O’Connell
  • Second Assistant “B” Camera: Tim Roe
  • Second Assistant Director: Cyndi Martin
  • First Assistant Director: Cory Johnson
  • Visual Effects: Wing Kwok
  • First Assistant Editor: Steven Trapani
  • First Assistant “A” Camera: Jimmy Ward
  • Dolly Grip: David Nims
  • Production Accountant: Taffy Schweickhardt
  • Special Effects: Joe Love
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Jeremy Burns
  • Production Secretary: Lee Perez-Gonzalez
  • Stunts: Noelle Therese Mulligan
  • Dolly Grip: Ryan Vanlossberg
  • Chief Lighting Technician: Scott Spencer
  • Best Boy Grip: Bob Ivener
  • Stunts: Michael McGuire
  • Second Assistant “A” Camera: Nathan Stern
  • Set Dresser: Danny Metz
  • Second Second Assistant Director: Michael Feldman
  • Set Dresser: Ryan Patrick Bartley
  • First Assistant Accountant: Mike McLaughlin
  • Set Costumer: Susan Saldutti
  • Hairstylist: Yunea Cruz
  • Rigging Gaffer: Donald Fish
  • Grip: Matt Whitted
  • Grip: Mike Mueller
  • Grip: Chris Randle
  • Grip: Chris Goe
  • Assistant Property Master: Matthew Donaldson
  • Set Dresser: Thomas Gerhardt
  • Set Dresser: Will Mitchell
  • Set Medic: Nate Bell

Movie Reviews:

  • Gimly: Now that we’ve had three seperate origins for the Annabelle doll, maybe we can put the doll to rest. In fairness to director David F. Sandberg however, _Creation_ is entire **leagues** better than the first _Annabelle_.

    _Final rating:★★½ – Had a lot that appealed to me, didn’t quite work as a whole._

  • John Chard: Conduit Demon: Take 27!

    OK! It may not be 27 films in the latest conduit demon phase of horror film making, but it sure as hell feels like it! Annabelle: Creation would have been a very good horror film if it had come out 10 years ago, as it is we find ourselves treading familiar ground and relying on the usual horror film making playbook for our thrills.

    Anyone such as myself who is bothered by pediophobia, automatonphobia and pupaphobia will surely be chilled to the bone here, for the makers push it to the max, with fine results. However, once that aspect is stripped away and the sound and visual horror staples grow tired, we are left hankering for a glorious final quarter of film to terrify us – which sadly doesn’t materialise as we then get conduit demon 101.

    In the pluses column there’s a superb tie-in to the real Annabelle doll, an adherence to story as fact shrewdly inserted, and the acting (with young Lulu Wilson bright again as she wanders in from Ouija: Origin of Evil) is more than adequate. Sound mix rocks, as does the photographic shadows and shimmers, rendering the production technically good. If only the writers had been a bit more bolder and imaginative…

    Much better than Annabelle (2014) (which isn’t hard really), “Creation” is above average fare for casual horror fans with the fears previously stated. Hard core horror nuts, however, are likely to be very jaded come the end credits rolling. 6.5/10

  • Reno: **This is where it all begins!**

    The second spin-off from ‘The Conjuring’ franchise and overall a fourth film to set in the same universe. The first film, which was ‘Annabelle’, I thought it was an okayish. Now with this, there’s a potential sub franchise. Probably it could head back to back-wards as prequels, while ‘The Conjuring is heading forward.

    There’s nothing new from this, but still not a bad film. I liked the location. A single house in the mountain and revolved around a bunch of orphans. It is where it all begins. The creation of the most haunted doll that you saw in ‘The Conjuring’. Focused on a doll making family, following an accident, how the family lived their rest of the life was told.

    A nun with a few orphan girls joins the family to live-in. When one of the kids discovers the locked away doll with secrets, the evil force unleashed. In the latter parts, the film reveals what happen to them and to the doll. Also hinting out at a possible prequel, going to be in Europe. I felt it was decent, so okay for watching once, especially if you had liked the previous one.


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