Directed by: James Wan
Starring: Lili Taylor, Patrick Wilson, Ron Livingston, Vera Farmiga
Genres: Horror, Thriller
Visible crew/equipment: When they are performing the exorcism at the end, there is often a white marker by the rear right (viewer left) chair leg.
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Ed Warren: The devil exists. God exists. And for us, as people, our very destiny hinges on which we decide to follow.
When looking at the dog from the bedroom window, there are 2 windows in the room facing the dog. When we see the window from outside only 1 window is lit up, despite both being in the same room.
The "Annabelle" doll seen in the opening sequence of the film was actually a regular "Raggedy Ann" doll in the real-life story that inspired the scene. The doll was redesigned to its current, much more grotesque form for several reasons: First, to make it more cinematic. And second, to avoid legal troubles with the copyright holders on Raggedy Ann. The filmmakers and Lorraine Warren also stated that they were interested in re-designing the Annabelle doll because they were afraid if they used a real Raggedy Ann doll, it would frighten children who might own them.