There are scary movies and then there are scary movies that shock the crap out of you. Annabelle: Creation bucks the trend of corny and poorly writer horror films that are cheesy. No, Annabelle: Creation’s shudder comes from that place of true fear. Putting its characters in plausible situations, albeit a horror film involving an evil doll, this movie does seem more reasonable and real than many of its counterparts.

Annabelle: Creation is the prequel to 2014's Annabelle and is the fourth film in The Conjuring film series. This franchise proves to be not only be solidly loved by critics, but also by movies goers as well. Annabelle: Creation intertwines fear with faith when a nun accompanies a group of orphans to their new home. The children will now reside in the spooky house of doll-maker Samuel Mullins and his wife who live without their daughter who died after a sudden accident. As can be assumed, the Mullins's house is also home to the doll-makers possessed creation, Annabelle, as well.

Annabelle: Creation avoids the corny substandard plots that plague most horror films. It even thrives as it takes the common and mundane and twisted into something fierce and frightening and an alarming real moment. The simple game of hide-and-seek turns into a deliciously disturbing event they will have you jump out of your seat. Watch yourself as you can easily say during the film ‘oh no no no don't’, only to watch the character on the screen come to life. If you're looking to be scared and to jump out of your seats, then check out Annabelle: Creation because it is one horrifyingly good film.