August 16, 2013 1:07 PM EST
‘The Conjuring’ Director James Wan Creepy Dolls in Film [PHOTOS]
The most popular horror movie at date, "The Conjuring," is probably most remembered because of Annabelle, the doll that moves on its own by a demonic power.
"The Conjuring" possessed the whole world because of its spine chilling and riveting plot that will surely make your heart palpitate with fear. "The Conjuring" is based on a true-to-life story of the popular paranormal investigators and researchers, The Warrens.
"The Conjuring" dominated the box office and is remarked as one of the finest works of James Wan.
According to the story of Ed and Lorraine Warren, Annabelle is a doll used by a demonic power to inculcate fear in the owners. The doll moves on its own that torments the ladies in the film.
Aside from Annabelle, James Wan also introduced us to Billy in his movie "Dead Silence" in 2007. Billy is a ventriloquist doll previously owned by Mary Shaw who killed her victims by cutting their tongue when they screamed. Billy is possessed by Mary Shaw and murder people.
In 2004, James Wan also allowed us to meet Jigsaw, a puppet used by a killer with the same name. The puppet has been a part of the seven part Saw movie series. The puppet played a very important role in explaining the rules and conditions of the game to the victims. Jigsaw has become famous for his line, "I want to play a game."
See the photos of Annabelle, Billy and Jigsaw in the slideshow.