Come Out And Play Reviews

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Knights Of Badassdom
Now on Blu-ray and DVD
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Wolf Creek 2
The Long Awaited Sequel!
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Stage Fright
Now on VOD!
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Afflicted
Now on VOD!
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Oculus
Now In Theaters!
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I’m not sure if any of you know this, but Makinov directed this film. In case you didn’t read it the first time, Makinov directed this, Oh by the way, did you know Makinov made it? If you didn’t, MORE
02/27/13
Before the screening of Come Out and Play here at Fantastic Fest in Austin, we were privy to a bizarre introduction by the film’s writer/director Makinov. Wearing a red mask to obscure his face - the same MORE
11/16/12
On the surface, COME OUT AND PLAY is simply a flat, soulless remake of one of the killer kid greats, WHO CAN KILL A CHILD? Coupled with one-named director Makinov’s bullshit, it’s a joke. Read Fangoria MORE
11/16/12
In my review of Who Can Kill A Child?, I theorized that the film would never be remade, since a. it was relatively obscure (most remakes are only made because of their name value) and b. it featured a lot of MORE
11/05/12
A remake of Who Can Kill a Child?, Come Out and Play is not nearly as dangerous and boundary-pushing as it needs to be. In fact, it's a pretty by-the-numbers re-telling of Narciso Ibanez Serrador 1976's MORE
11/02/12
The 1976 Spanish film Who Can Kill a Child? is completely unknown to those outside of the hardcore horror cinema crowd, and the film has enjoyed a strong but quiet shelf life as a cult item for those who've MORE
09/23/12
A textbook case of a remake failing to improve on a classic original, Come Out And Play not only loses the context of the hidden Narciso Ibáñez Serrador directed gem, which was released on the heels of MORE
09/14/12
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