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Watch: 'Toy Story' & Woody Get Scary in 'Annabelle' Trailer Mash-Up

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October 7, 2014
Source: MTV

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Right now, audiences can see James Wan's horror spin-off prequel Annabelle, which focuses on the story of the creepy doll glimpsed in The Conjuring. The film offers some decent scares, but it's mostly a formulaic story of demon possession and supernatural events that we've seen before. So MTV decided to freshen things up by taking some footage to Toy Story and mashing it up with the teaser trailer for Annabelle. The result is a very creepy and scary Woody that will never have you look at the cowboy the same way again. It seems like a little more could be done to add to this mash-up, but it's still fun nonetheless. Watch it below!

Here's the creepy trailer mash-up of Toy Story and Annabelle from MTV:

Annabelle is directed by John Leonetti (the director of photography on The Conjuring making his feature directorial debut) and written by Gary Dauberman (Hell Hath No Fury, Swamp Devil), inspired by James Wan's 2013 horror film The Conjuring. The story of the doll comes from a case investigated by Ed and Lorraine Warren in which a college student was beset by a demon manipulating the doll, but plot details on Annabelle's origin are under wraps. Annabelle Wallis, Alfre Woodard, Ward Horton, Tony Amendola and more star in the film which Warner Bros. and New Line Cinema released on October 3rd. Go see it now?

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3 Comments

1

Wow great video, now make Annabella vs. Chucky fan trailer please

Chelsea on Oct 7, 2014

2

"Somebody poisoned the water hole."

DAVIDPD on Oct 7, 2014

3

Not available in my region 🙁

Jon Chamberlain on Oct 8, 2014

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