The remake machine is back at it, and this time it’s fronted by Makinov, a hooded director who refuses to show his face and has his own manifesto. Already turned off from the film before hearing what it is? You wouldn’t be the first, but hey, read on anyways.
Come Out And Play opens in select theaters March 22nd and is currently available on iTunes and VOD.
Synopsis: “In Come Out And Play, Beth (Vinessa Shaw, 3:10 To Yuma) and Francis (Ebon Moss-Bachrach, Damages), a happy young couple expecting their first child, have come to Mexico for a romantic getaway. Francis insists on venturing by boat to a more serene locale, »
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