Come Play has plenty of effectively scary sequences that make it worthwhile.
In its under two hours runtime the horror offering is a tight and concise movie that will give horror fans their fix of edge-of-your-seat moments. Jacob Chase especially has a good hold on the importance of sound that will send chills down your spine. There’s a number of memorable moments, specifically in the scare department, that will catch your eye and they make Come Play a worthy entry into the genre. The movie implements practical effects to showcase the character of Larry, the monster Oliver makes “friends” with on his tablet, and once his parents become aware of the hidden monster, terror grows within their household.