Come Play

2020, Mystery & thriller/Horror, 1h 36m

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A frightening feature debut from Jacob Chase, Come Play makes up for its uneven tone by adding real depth to its jarring scares. Read critic reviews

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Parents fight to save their son when a mysterious creature uses his electronic devices to break into our world.

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  • Nov 22, 2020
    While the movie is definitely derivative (i.e. "The Babadook" on a phone), the acting is above average, the creature effects are not bad, and there are a few cleverly done creepy scenes using the device's camera. I'm not sure why they made Oliver an autistic pre-teen, but actor Azhy Robertson makes it believable. And is it just me, or is anybody else sick and tired of "school yard bullies harassing the child lead" trope?!? In the film's climax, there is a scene that took me by surprise in a good way (I've seen it all so I give any film kudos if it can pull that off). That actually had me take another look at the movie and I liked it more.
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