Come Back to Me


Fantasy / Horror / Mystery / Thriller

IMDb Rating 5.8 10 4,763


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September 11, 2020



Jon Abrahams as Johnny
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882.26 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
90 min
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1.77 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
90 min
P/S N/A / N/A

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by indianajones79 5 / 10 / 10

Subtly Mind-blowing

Unique, twisted story with a truly horrific twist ending. Well acted by all involved; "Dale" left me feeling very uneasy whenever he was on the screen. The wife was a little obnoxious, but that just made the character feel more three-dimensional. All in all, I was pleasantly surprised by this sleepy little creeper. Dark photography and ominous music helped to shape this film. I wasn't really hoping for too much with this movie, but am glad I watched it. I would certainly recommend it to anyone who enjoys horrors, psychological and supernatural thrillers: that being said, it is definitely not for everybody, as some will no doubt find it to be slow, boring or passé.

Reviewed by jtindahouse 10 / 10 / 10

A surprisingly solid horror film

'Come Back to Me' is a reasonably good horror movie I'd have to say. It starts off with a scene involving a violent, bloody murder and I thought "here we go again" into the "seen it all before" category, but I was wrong. The movie gets better and better as it goes on, until the conclusion which is very well executed and clever. It's based on the novel 'The Resurrectionist'. I don't imagine many horror movies are based on books but ones that are often seem to have an extra layer of quality to them. The frights are OK without being ever being brilliantly executed. There is an overall chill to the atmosphere though, which keeps the viewer on the edge of their seat. There are of course the usual instances of characters doing completely unrealistic and unreasonable things, but if you can find me a horror movie without an example of that I'd like to see it. Altogether a good effort.

Reviewed by rhunter377 10 / 10 / 10

An utterly remarkable horror movie

First let me note that I've been a horror movie fan since age 5, and I've seen thousands of films in the genre. I would stack this one up against almost any I've seen, including such classics as "the Texas Chainsaw Massacre" by Toby Hooper and David Cronenberg's "Videodrome"; it's truly a unique, thoughtful, and disturbing film. The film effortlessly weaves the ordinary horror of a stalker movie with the extraordinary horror of the supernatural. The director knows when to pile on the gore and when to hold discreetly back; the big fright scenes hit me with a physical impact that I haven't experienced in any film in a long time. The actors were completely unfamiliar to me--which made it easier to see and accept them as the characters, as opposed to their real selves, of course--and thoroughly convincing in their roles. Most horror movies rely on bad decisions by the characters--often inexplicably bad decisions--to drive the plot; not this one. The characters behave logically given their beliefs, and the plot is driven by their increasingly acute understanding of their situation, not by the kind of artificial idiocy that screenwriters turn to when they can't figure out a good reason why any sane person would open the door to the monster's lair. Finally, the film is constructed so as to keep the audience guessing about what's real and what's not for almost its entire length. It's rare that a director can pull the audience's strings so effectively, over and over, without giving anything away. The logic of the film is satisfying, and it builds to a remarkably powerful conclusion that is both surprising and entirely earned. I repeat that this overlooked movie is one of the best I've seen in the genre. If your taste in horror movies runs to none, or to the excuses for nonstop on screen dismemberment that many modern horror films embody, you may find it not to your liking. If you want a film that combines visceral horror with mystery and a highly original concept, this is for you.

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