Annabelle Creation is causing quite a stir, but with now only positive feedback is it going to be a rarity that a horror film will achieve 100% fresh on Rotten Tomatoes


                                   

Annabelle Creation is causing a lot of press and more positive than negative, the movie directed by Lights Out director David F. Sandberg, turns out to be only positive press at that, with this being the now fourth film in the Conjuring Universe is a rarity as it actually now has 100% approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes. So is certified officially fresh not bad for a horror film, and a franchise to score so highly, as horror is always frowned apon and is always overlooked by critics, with most horror recieving very low scores.
Does this always mean they are right, in my case not all the time as movie viewing is always a preference, what someone hates, someone will love, it is the nature of preference and taste, as I have enjoyed a lot of movies that currently have low score points on Rotten Tomatoes, and have actually thought "WTF" with some films having high scores and are just plain shit.
We can only make up our own minds about this movie, although sequels as sorts recently have impressed me with The Courjuring 2, Ouija Orgins Of Evil, and in fairness this movie does actually look very good, we shall find out on August 11 when it is finally released, and the box office returns come in, then and only then will we know that the critics were right.

        

Comments

Popular posts from this blog

Handjob cabin, is certainly not a real film, but is a fun, rude trailer, fan made by Bennet Silverman about a randy female ghost intent on jerking men into the afterlife. Obviously Cumming Soon.

Is Signs a greater masterpiece than previously thought. Is M Night Shyamalan's film about Demons rather than Aliens and we have been watching the film wrong and assuming the Alien invasion rather than an apocalyptic Demonic invasion of Earth instead.

Happy Death Day film review. Distribution from Universal Pictures, produced by Blumhouse. Directed by Christopher B. Landon.