After discovering a mysterious doll in an attic, two high school friends are increasingly plagued by a series of disturbing and unexplained events.
User Reviews: This movie came before Annabelle, and deserves the acclaim that’s slowly building thanks to wider distribution in recent months. Going into it, for the first hour, you might wonder exactly how scary two teenagers with cameras being stalked by a rather adorable looking tiny doll could actually be. However, if you know it’s earned pretty high critic score ratings, the question is actually just how disturbing it’s going to get, and how it arrives there. This one continues to creep you out even through the credits, with information that ultimately pushes the limitations of the found footage genre itself and the universe in which this film exists for viewers. You legit may find yourself flipping out. The only reason this didn’t get a 10 from me is because I had to remove myself for an entire scene when a dog became involved, so I’m giving this a 9—good luck sleeping after watching the final frames, guys.