Netflix: this creepy horror film inspired by a true story will soon disappear
By Aubéry Mallet Journalist Series, cinema, TV Aubéry Mallet is a journalist specializing in series. A fan of the small screen, she has seen everything (or almost) from Game of Thrones to Pretty Little Liars, from The Bridgerton Chronicle to Stranger Things via Gossip Girl or Friends. With this heat, do you really need some chills? We have the perfect movie and you have to hurry to see it! It's in a few days that Netflix will remove from its catalog a very creepy horror film inspired by a true story. His title ? Annabelle! Yes, the terrible doll really existed.
Every week, new films arrive on Netflix but others also leave the platform. After the deletion of the worst DC movie and that of Michael Jackson's favorite movies, you only have a few days left to see or rewatch the horror movie Annabelle, released in 2014.
Annabelle is leaving Netflix on…
To tremble before the adventures of the scariest of dolls, you only have a few days left. It is August 8 that the film will disappear from Netflix and it would be a shame to miss it! As a reminder, the film which is a prequel to Conjuring follows the story of this creepy doll and the couple Mia/John (played by Annabelle Wallis and Ward Horton). Spoiler: chills are in store.
The true story of Annabelle doll
But what still freaks out is surely knowing that the film is inspired by a real haunted doll. No, it's not a joke! Annabelle actually really existed. Judy Spera, the daughter of the Warren spouses, explained that as a child, she was freaked out by this doll. “She's supposed to be just a doll that little girls love, but that's not the case at all. I've seen her for many years and have come to be terrified of her.” she explained.
The spouses recovered Annabelle which had previously belonged to a student nurse in the 70s. thatthis doll was inhabited by the spirit of Annabelle, a little girl who died during her childhood. The young woman would have finally contacted the Warrens after having had a glimpse of the demonic attitude of the doll she kept at her home. If that doesn't give you chills! In addition to this first film, Annabelle was entitled to two sequels. After all, we can never have enough horror movies in our lives…