While the first attempt to forge a spinoff from the mythology of The Conjuring's evil Annabelle doll didn't go so well — 2014's Annabelle is a slow trudge with minimal scares — the second try will leave you thoroughly spooked. It follows a group of orphans who move into the old, creaky home of a doll-maker and his disabled wife after they tragically lose their young daughter, Bee (hint, hint). A botched attempt to bring her spirit back to their home leaves a nasty presence that soon terrorizes the new batch of girls, manifesting itself in the infamous doll we now know and love.
Not only does this movie provide a creepy origin story for the doll, but it also features a cast of highly capable young stars. The performances from the two main actresses, Talitha Eliana Bateman and Lulu Wilson, will leave you with a nasty case of pediophobia (fear of dolls), trust us.