Cast member Annabelle Wallis poses at the premiere of 'Annabelle' at the TCL Chinese theatre in Hollywood, California September 29, 2014. REUTERS/MARIO ANZUONI
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"Annabelle," out in U.S. theaters on Friday, kicks off October's Halloween offerings at the box office with the origin story of a porcelain doll that masks a sinister secret, a spin-off from last year's Warner Bros. Horror hit "The Conjuring".Set in 1970s California, young newlywed couple Mia and John, played by Annabelle Wallis and Ward Horton, settle into a small house in Santa Monica. Classic horror homages are sprinkled through "Annabelle," namely Roman Polanski's 1968 cult horror "Rosemary's Baby," referenced in the couple's names for actors Mia Farrow and John Cassavetes."Annabelle" belongs to a recent wave of paranormal films that have edged out gory horror offerings and drawn studios back to the genre.
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