"Annabelle: Creation" is a Scary, Smart Shriek-Quel! 

“Annabelle: Creation,” the prequel to the first “Annabelle” plays a part in the ever-expanding “The Conjuring” universe. We now know how the doll became demonic. But, is this worth your time and money? Check out my movie review of “Annabelle: Creation.”

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Anthony LaPaglia, Miranda Otto Talk About “ANNABELLE: CREATION” 
Anthony LaPaglia (Samuel Mullins) and Miranda Otto (Esther Mullins) elevate the horror genre by starring as a married couple in “Annabelle: Creation.” He is a dollmaker and she is a housewife and both are grieving the sudden loss of their daughter Bee (Samara Lee). I sat down with the actors to talk about their characters, working with director David F. Sandberg, and working in the horror genre.

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Stephanie Sigman, Director David F. Sandberg Talk About “ANNABELLE: CREATION” 
With “Lights Out” and now “Annabelle: Creation,” David F. Sandberg is fast becoming a master of mood and suspense. He terrified us in the dark with “Lights Out,” and now, he tells the story of Annabelle, the demonic doll. Together with his star in the film, Stephanie Sigman plays Sister Charlotte, the director and the muse reveal some behind-the-scenes secrets of “Annabelle: Creation.”

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Talitha Bateman, Lulu Wilson Interview for “ANNABELLE: CREATION” 
Talitha Bateman (Janice) and Lulu Wilson (Linda) star in the scary, smart shriek-quel “Annabelle: Creation.” They star as orphans and besties who must escape the wrath of Annabelle. I sat down with the talented young ladies and we talked about their interest in making the film, meeting Annabelle for the first time, and the scariest scene to shoot. “Annabelle: Creation” opens nationwide on Aug. 11.

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"Detroit" Movie Revew -- Why You Have to See This Film Right Now 

I traveled to Detroit for the world premiere of Kathryn Bigelow’s “Detroit.” It was unnerving to see the film on the same day, fifty years apart, of the 12th Street Riot that formed the narrative of the movie. Is “Detroit” as affecting as Bigelow’s “The Hurt Locker” and “Zero Dark Thirty?” Check out my review!

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