First Full Trailer Unleashes 'Annabelle' Evil Terror


First Full Trailer Unleashes 'Annabelle' Evil Terror
'The Conjuring' spin-off's trailer reveals the aftermaths of traumatic events captured in the previous teaser.


The first full-length trailer of "Annabelle" finally gives away the fright and terror that the possessed doll unleashes on the young family. The previous teaser showed how the creepy doll got its evil traits in the first place.

The teaser opens with Annabelle Wallis' pregnant character awoken by her neighbor's screaming. Viewers knows from the first teaser that the neighbor got into Wallis' house, trying to murder her, but she died instead and her blood got inside the doll's eye.

The trailer cuts to present time when Wallis, her husband and newborn baby move to a new house and Annabelle mysteriously gets inside one of their moving boxes. A series of hauntings follow and the couple decides to consult a priest and a medium. Efforts to ditch the doll lead to more bad things.

"The Conjuring" director of photography John Leonetti makes his directing debut in the spin-off. New Line will release the horror flick in the United States on October 3.



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