Devilish dolls and mannequins are such vintage staples of horror movies that filmmakers have to come up with something pretty special to justify using them.Creation is a prequel to “Annabelle” (2014), which was a spinoff of the two-film horror series that began with “The Conjuring” in 2013.Other spinoffs and sequels are in the works, and the whole blooming enterprise has become known as the “Conjuring Universe.”Creation begins with the accidental death in the 1940s of the beloved young daughter of a doll-maker (Anthony LaPaglia) and his wife (Miranda Otto).Fast forward, and a busload of orphans — six girls, under the charge of a goody-goody nun (Stephanie Sigman) — are being dropped off at the bereaved couple’s spacious country house, where the doll-maker has offered them refuge.The youngsters, who seem remarkably well-scrubbed and cheerful for orphans, are delighted with their new digs, even if: 1 they are forbidden to enter the mysterious locked room, wherein resides a creepy doll, and 2 they must tread lightly so as not to disturb the now bed-ridden mother of the dead girl.Spunky Janice is a polio victim, and you may be sure that she will drop her brace at crucial moments.The chair figures in one of the movie’s more intriguing sequences.
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