A young couple on a cross-country road trip lose their way in a blizzard and wind up stranded in the middle of nowhere. As the days pass, their relationship slowly deteriorates, leading to the film's chilling climax.
Anna suffers from agoraphobia so crippling that when a trio of criminals break into her house, she cannot bring herself to flee. But what the intruders don't realize is that agoraphobia is not her only problem.
Five-year-old Jordan walks miles through the night in the wake of a car accident on an isolated mountain road. But when small-town Sheriff Gil Lujan finally locates the girl's missing ... See full summary »
(at around 51 mins) When Leslie walks Sarah into the bedroom and to the bed, through the bedroom doorway you can see a person's arm holding Buster(the dog)until his cue to enter the room behind the two women. See more »
A baby coos during the final seconds of the credits. See more »
'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.
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