Aaron King’s review published on Letterboxd:
This is a film that borders on being damned good. It’s got great scares and the set up of the house is perfect. It doesn’t have a scary basement so instead it has a creepy barn. It’s a film that sets up a great idea of how Annabelle came to existence and expands on what she is really. It’s a vast improvement over the first part and it has more fun with the concept. We don’t really get to know the girls but we get just enough. I can almost believe all of the things that happened and why the characters do the things they do. I don’t understand the point of the entity doing all these scares if she just wants their souls.