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      Come Back to Me

      R Released Jul 25, 2014 1 hr. 36 min. Horror List
      17% 6 Reviews Tomatometer 36% 250+ Ratings Audience Score A woman (Katie Walder) installs a hidden videocamera in her home in a desperate bid to learn the truth about her blackouts and memory lapses and, in the process, discovers a terrifying secret involving her neighbor. Read More Read Less

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      Audience Member Nice movie... low budget, twist ending, nice storyline, worth to watch it, I really enjoyed Rated 5 out of 5 stars 04/15/19 Full Review troy k Yes the acting is bad, the story has holes and it's very predictable, but it was scary enough and interesting enough to keep me watching all the way until the twist it. Rated 3 out of 5 stars 03/31/23 Full Review Audience Member Cool little thriller, with an interesting premise. The acting was sometimes a bit spotty, but otherwise, pretty damn cool. Awesome ending. Rated 4 out of 5 stars 02/01/23 Full Review brandon w Come Back to Me is directed by Paul Leyden, and it stars Katie Walder in a psychological horror about a neighbor that moved in next door which a married couple goes to his door and greets him. Then when Sarah (Katie Walder) sleeps, she begins to have sleep terrors that she believes to be true. A few months ago, one of my good friends recommended this to me that I have never heard of which she think is good. I did watch some of the beginning of it, but I just stop watching it after that. Since I'm gonna be going back to school for senior year, I figured that I should watch it so I can tell her about what I think of it, which for me, was terrible. The acting is all right, which I think that Katie Walder did a decent job of what she has to bring to this. There's a good idea in this that can be very creepy, and the ending was honestly the best part of the film, not because the film was ending, but because the twist in it was a bit unexpected and clever that made sense to me. Those are the only parts in here that I actually like, consider that it goes downhill from what I have to say about this. I didn't care a single shred of it for the characters, and I didn't find one moment of it that I found remotely scary. It was obvious about where it was going, and it was obvious about Dale being creepy, which there's no reason behind it, nor of any other questions that wasn't answered because the writing is so bad. I understand why my good friend likes it as it does have a good idea in there that would've worked, but it was executed so poorly that I was getting bored of the film. Rated 1 out of 5 stars 03/30/23 Full Review Audience Member The last third of the movie has excellent pacing, originality and suspense. The first two-thirds are somewhat plodding, with too many fits and starts. Worth a watch for the strong ending - but be aware, you'll have to slog through some tedium for the payoff. Rated 2.5 out of 5 stars 02/22/23 Full Review Audience Member Started out bad, got a little bit better, got worse, got confusing, then this movie got straight up terrible. Rated 0.5 out of 5 stars 02/19/23 Full Review Read all reviews Post a rating

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      Tirdad Derakhshani Philadelphia Inquirer A grisly supernatural slasher that boasts a devilishly clever twist, Leyden's film lacks the sophistication to allow its unique idea to flower into much more than a gimmick. Rated: 1.5/4 Jul 25, 2014 Full Review Ben Kenigsberg New York Times It's difficult to predict what it's up to. But that's only because what it's up to is so ludicrous that logical conjecture is doomed to fail. Jul 24, 2014 Full Review Bill Goodykoontz Arizona Republic It's far too predictable and obvious to be truly scary. Rated: 2/5 Jul 24, 2014 Full Review John Fink The Film Stage Here's a film that's so predictable as the scares and reveals come right on time that it almost feels like a parody of the genre, right down to our "villain" screaming out the title of the film. Rated: D+ Mar 26, 2016 Full Review Read all reviews

      Movie Info

      Synopsis A woman (Katie Walder) installs a hidden videocamera in her home in a desperate bid to learn the truth about her blackouts and memory lapses and, in the process, discovers a terrifying secret involving her neighbor.
      Paul Leyden
      Executive Producer
      Sergin Akyaz
      Paul Leyden
      Freestyle Releasing
      Production Co
      Idiotsavant Pictures
      R (Bloody Horror Violence|Strong Language)
      Original Language
      Release Date (Theaters)
      Jul 25, 2014, Limited
      Release Date (Streaming)
      Dec 5, 2016
      Box Office (Gross USA)