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Come Play

Come Play

He's good at taking friends.

A lonely young boy feels different from everyone else. Desperate for a friend, he seeks solace and refuge in his ever-present cell phone and tablet. When a mysterious creature uses the boy’s devices against him to break into our world, his parents must fight to save their son from the monster beyond the screen.

Release Date : 28 Oct, 2020
Duration : 1h 36m
Horror
Vote Average : 6.342 Vote Count : 477 Popularity : 34.259

Top Billed Casting

  • Gillian Jacobs

    Gillian Jacobs

    Sarah

    (Acting)

  • John Gallagher Jr.

    John Gallagher Jr.

    Marty

    (Acting)

  • Azhy Robertson

    Azhy Robertson

    Oliver

    (Acting)

  • Winslow Fegley

    Winslow Fegley

    Byron

    (Acting)

  • Jayden Marine

    Jayden Marine

    Mateo

    (Acting)

  • Gavin MacIver-Wright

    Gavin MacIver-Wright

    Zach

    (Acting)

  • Dalmar Abuzeid

    Dalmar Abuzeid

    Mr. Calarco

    (Acting)

  • Eboni Booth

    Eboni Booth

    Dr. Robyn

    (Acting)

  • Rachel Wilson

    Rachel Wilson

    Jennifer

    (Acting)

  • Alana-Ashley Marques

    Alana-Ashley Marques

    Aide

    (Acting)

  • Ishan Morris

    Ishan Morris

    Mateo's Dad

    (Acting)

  • Ana Araújo

    Ana Araújo

    Kid Next to Byron

    (Acting)

  • Kate Fenton

    Kate Fenton

    Rude Shopper (uncredited)

    (Acting)

Status

Released


Original Language

English


Production Country

United States of America


Budget

9,000,000


Revenue

8,119,285

Reviews

A review by MSB

Written by MSB on 01 Nov, 2020

If you enjoy reading my Spoiler-Free reviews, please follow my blog @ https://www.msbreviews.com 2020 is undoubtedly one of the worst years ever for movies, not even in terms of quality, but the infinite delays of highly anticipated films automatically make this year more underwhelming than what...

A review by Repo Jack

Written by Repo Jack on 22 Nov, 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 ma...

A review by JPV852

Written by JPV852 on 08 Feb, 2021

Some okay moments amongst some silly ones (I'll never find something come out of a phone all that scary). But the performances were earnest and admittedly I was relatively entertained. Reminded me a little of David F. Sandberg's Lights Out in some ways, which like this probably better served as a se...