Last week saw the return of Pennywise and a terrifying first trailer for the new remake of Stephen King’s IT that had the internet hiding behind the sofas. Today it’s the turn of Annabelle, the creepy doll from The Conjuring that is scaring up the web with the first trailer for Annabelle: Creation, which opens this summer.

Annabelle: Creation Poster

The first film, released in 2014, was directed by John R. Leonetti and grossed over $256.9million at the worldwide box office from a budget of just $6.5million. And as with many modern horror films, profits and success have led to a sequel which is being directed by Lights Out helmer David F. Sandberg.

Here’s the first trailer

Annabelle: Creation Movie Trailer

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Here’s the film’s official synopsis:

She’s back!

From New Line Cinema comes “Annabelle: Creation,” with David F. Sandberg (“Lights Out”) helming the follow up to 2014’s hugely successful “Annabelle,” which scared up nearly $257 million at the worldwide box office during its run in theaters. The new film is once again being produced by Peter Safran and James Wan, who also partnered so effectively on “The Conjuring” movies.

In “Annabelle: Creation,” several years after the tragic death of their little girl, a dollmaker and his wife welcome a nun and several girls from a shuttered orphanage into their home, soon becoming the target of the dollmaker’s possessed creation, Annabelle.

Sandberg directs from a screenplay by Gary Dauberman, who also wrote “Annabelle.” The film stars Stephanie Sigman (“Spectre”), Talitha Bateman (“The 5th Wave”), Lulu Wilson (upcoming “Ouija 2,” “Deliver Us from Evil”), Philippa Coulthard (“After the Dark”), Grace Fulton (“Badland”), Lou Lou Safran (“The Choice”), Samara Lee (“Foxcatcher,” “The Last Witch Hunter”), Tayler Buck in her feature film debut, with Anthony LaPaglia (TV’s “Without a Trace”) and Miranda Otto (Showtime’s “Homeland,” “The Lord of the Rings” Trilogy).

Annabelle: Creation scares up cinemas in the UK from August 11th.