– (2014) – A demon-possessed doll causes trouble for a married couple and their newborn. Has one or two moments of genuine spookiness, but most of the attempts at fear are tired and devoid of meaning. A needless and shameful cash in on The Conjuring.
– (2005) – A film crew recreates a killing spree at the actual crime scene, allowing the lead actress to see ghosts. The idea has promise, but the story takes far too long to get rolling and never finds a comfortable pace. A better title might be Repetition, as the same things happen over and again. Somewhat creepy, though.
– (2013) – A killer doll is mailed to a dysfunctional family for mysterious reasons. Not only does this bring back the suspense of the original Child’s Play, but it never loses sight of the sequels. Packs in plenty of delirious twists, a satisfying body count, and a fantastic full-circle conclusion.
– (2013) – Paranormal experts help a family overcome a possessive spirit that aims to kill the young. Though nothing particularly unique occurs, this is a relentless grouping of horror’s more successful designs. Hardly a minute goes by that something jarring doesn’t occur, and though emotions are light, the nerve factor runs high.