This story began in 2013, when we first met the Warrens, Lorraine (Vera Farmiga) and Ed (Patrick Wilson). Several years have passed, during which the title doll changed the lives of many people into a real hell. This time, these two paranormal seekers decided to take the cursed Annabelle, which is a portal for ghosts who want to penetrate our world, home and lock her in a special display case. The plan is perfect. After all, if they fail to tame this cursed doll, no one will.
Demonologists Ed and Lorraine Warren want to prevent Annabelle from doing more cruel acts at all costs
They bring a possessed doll to a closed room with unusual objects in their home. They place it "safely" behind the blessed glass and ask the priest for a blessing.
Gary Dauberman, for whom this is a directorial debut, is an excellent example that a great screenwriter does not necessarily have to be an equally talented director. His stories about Annabelle lack the fresh approach that the same artist presented in the 2014 script. Now, as if he was just ticking off proven tricks from other horror movies, spicing them up with a bit of comedy.
Dauberman has done so already in Monks and it wasn't a good idea. It is a pity that he is following this path, instead of returning to the atmosphere he created in the well-received by viewers This if Annabelle: The birth of evil.