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You are going to forgive me the rancid analogy, but it could be said that building a house is a process that bears many similarities with the creation of a cinematographic Annabelle Creation work. In addition to being extremely demanding, complex and very complicated tasks to bring to fruition, both need a solid foundation to keep the structure, whether architectural or narrative.

In the case of ‘Winchester: The house that the spirits built’, the Spierig brothers started with the advantage of having an earthquake-proof base on which to  Annabelle Creation build their new film. This is none other than the true story of Sarah Winchester: widow of the tycoon inventor of the repeating rifle who, consumed by remorse, built a mansion for 38 years following the patterns of the specters of those who perished because of a shot fired by the creation of her late husband.

Unfortunately, the new length of the Australian twins after the insipid ‘Saw VIII’ does nothing but confirm that his remarkable ‘Predestination’ was just a stroke of luck in a filmography of the most deficient; throwing overboard the performance of two interpreters of the stature of Helen Mirren and Jason Clarke, and wasting a fascinating premise that has ended I Think We’re Alone Now up turned into a ninety-minute cliche with a treatment of terror as hackneyed as rusty.

Duration: 99 min

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IMDb: 5.4

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