Annabelle Comes Home: Is There A Post-Credits Scene?

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Annabelle Comes Home is in theaters now. What did you think of the latest Conjuring movie? Let us know in the comments below.

Some moviegoers want to experience everything a film like Annabelle Comes Home has to offer without a hint of knowledge ahead of time. Others would rather know: Does the movie have an after-credits scene?

Here's your answer: No, when we saw Annabelle Comes Home, there was no extra scene during or after the credits. We stayed through the movie's premiere until the lights turned on to make sure.

It's a fair question, though--as part of the Conjuring connected universe of horror movies, Annabelle Comes Home has tons of connections to other Conjuring movies. With The Conjuring 3 and The Crooked Man still to come, it's not a stretch to guess that Annabelle Comes Home might have included a teaser for future Conjuring films.

Unfortunately, that's not the case--once the credits start rolling, what you've seen is all you get. Thankfully, Annabelle Comes Home is a fun ride on its own; in our review, we said that "Annabelle Comes Home has just the right mix of horror and humor, predictable structure and shocking jump scares, terrifying ghouls and relatable characters that a scary summer blockbuster should. It doesn't break the mold--Midsommar, this is not--but it's not trying to. And if you're a fan of the Conjuring series, you'll walk out of the theater satisfied."

Annabelle Comes Home hits theaters today, June 26. Let us know what you thought of the latest Conjuring spin-off in the comments below.

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