Horror Films still make their cut when it comes to earning millions from the crowd! This is proven to be true by the latest release of Annabelle: Creation since its first week received $35 Million.

Frightening the audience is an art that deserves a lot of commitment, to create a film that would be watched more in the theaters. That is what the film “Annabelle: Creation” did, pushing the limits from where they started.

‘Annabelle: Creation’ keeps on soaring in success

The history of their franchise might be considered as a challenge since it became a hit when the “Conjuring” universe started to expand.

Various movies plan to claim the spot where the horror flick is in, but it somehow remained strong against “Nut Job 2” and “Dark Tower.”

The story is regarded to be the prequel to the 2014 film “Annabelle” which will go back further to 1946. The beginning of the doll is eerily depicted giving scares from here to there by director David F. Sandberg and actors Stephanie Sigman, Talitha Bateman, Miranda Otto and Anthony LaPaglia.

But Sandberg does not seem to end there. It was recently reported that the director of “Lights Out” intends to get his hands on the possible reboots of the slasher film “A Nightmare on Elm Street” and the 1986 horror-comedy movie “Critters.”

Sandberg wants to do a remake of other successful horror movies

The Swedish director started out as a man who creates no-budget scary short films making him easy to work with when it comes to production.

With his brewing success with the prequel of “Annabelle, Sandberg is now looking for new projects that he can polish and relive on the big screen.

But reboots can be a dangerous investment since the flops of multiple reboots in the past. Still, some of them made it out unscathed maybe just a tiny bit. One example would be the all-female reboot of “Ghostbusters” which was initially subject to debate for most fans but later on received decent reviews even when it was carrying so much weight from its original film, the film’s box-office is a different topic though.

Good thing Sandberg is well aware of these reboot pressure which is why he was open to creating something different from what the public knows about. “Like instead of remaking Nightmare you do some continuation of it in the same world kind of thing,” he said.

With David Sandberg’s strong resume, he might just be the man for the job. If Annabelle: Creationreceives more dollars as expected, the director might just come up with a great plot for two horror classics.