Come Out And Play

Synopsis: Beth (Vinessa Shaw) and Francis (Ebon Moss-Bachrach), a young married couple, are on holiday together when they venture to a beautiful, but highly remote, island. Beth is pregnant and the two are hoping to enjoy their last vacation before their baby is born. When they arrive, they notice that while there are plenty of children present, the adults all seem to be missing. Initially attributing this to the after effects of a recent festival, they quickly realize something far more sinister is afoot. The two will face terror and unsettling difficult decisions in their quest to make it off the island alive.
Genre: Horror
Director(s): Makinov
Production: Cinedigm Entertainment Group
  1 nomination.
Rotten Tomatoes:
87 min



It is crazy out there.

Are you feeling any better?

I still feel nauseous.

-I found us a boat.


Hey. I'm very, um, thankful that we're here now.


Me too baby.

-I'm going to call the kids.

-What time is it? They're sleeping.

-Then I'll wake up your mum

-Oh my God, please don't do that. What are you...

Hello? Maureen! Hey babe.

So what did he say?

He said that, uh, tomorrow he's going to come to the island.

He's got to deliver some meat.

There it is.

Punta Hueca.

Watch your feet.

Hey, what are you fishing?

Francis! What are doing? Come on

let's go.

You know, this island is famous for its own


Yeah. We just missed it.

He reminded me of the, um, the surly sailor, what's his name?

From the Philippines. With the tattoos.

Yeah kind of. Kind of like a younger version of him. Yeah.

You don't wanna... OK. What do you think?

Well, it's not very crowded.

This is weird.

Are you sure this is the place?

Looks like they just up and left.

They can keep hiding. Or whatever. But I am thirsty and I

need to eat.

-OK. A lot of soda. A lot of beer.

-Oh no, not the red thing, I don't...



-And to eat? I mean this is just...

-Well can I interest you in..?


-Alright. You relax. I'm going to find a store.

-Just the type.

-Just make it quick?

I'll be right back.

Hey. Hey. Calm. Calm.


Come on in.

It's hot outside huh?

You want a soda?

What's your name?



It's a baby.

Do you want to be a mum some day?

Did you feel that?

Maria? Maria. Wait.

Do you know where everybody is?

Hey. I got some food.

Did you see anyone?

Anyone at the store?

-I did not.


But I did get you a present.

It's nice.

-It's not possible.

-I've been thinking about it really.

The only possible explanation is that, you know, it's carnival.

Everybody's still asleep or drunk.

-But even old folks?

-Especially the old folks!

-I saw a girl.

-Where did she go?

Well she was right here but she just left. Ran off.

-So are you still hungry?


We got bread, crackers, palomitas, some olives... oh

look what I got for Nory.



That is so cute. She's going to love it.

Francis? Do we have enough gas to get back?

-Yeah. Yeah I think so.



Yes, it is nice. Weird, but nice.


I can't understand you can you speak


Can you hear me?

I think it was the same woman who called before.

When you were out.

-Somebody called before?


Did you understand what she said?

Hello, hello, hello?

Can you hear me?

Please speak English.

-What's going on with her?

-I don't know. I only understand 'desperate'.

Fran, let's get out of here?


-The rest hotel.

-The vest hotel.

Oh yeah. Vest.

Shall I show you to your room, seora?

Come on! Seriously?

OK. I'm going to find somebody.

I'm dripping in sweat I... I would kill for a shower.


OK. Here we go.


-I think there's some Swedish people here.

-Oh really?

Maybe they can tell us the hell is going on.

-Where are you going?

-Going to go look for them?

-Like, knock on their door?

-Be right back.




-There you are.

-Francis, come here, quick.

-What's up?

-I just saw an old man.


-Yeah. You see him? He's right there.

-I can't see anything.

-Come on! You can't see his cane sticking out right there?

-Go and talk to him.

-What are you talking about?

Oh. Hey! Chica?



Hey! Nia! Hey!

Hey hey hey!



-Go inside.

-What is going on?

Bet, go inside now.

Hey! Give me that.

Come back here.



-What was wrong with her?

-I don't know.

What are you doing?

-Oh my God are you bleeding?

-It's not mine.

-Why aren't you talking to me? Are you hurt?

-No. I'm not, I'm fine.

These kids killed that old man.

What kids? That little girl?

I went to get alcohol stuff to clean him up. I came back, and then....

These little f***ing kids, these kids, they had tied him up,

and they were....

They slaughtered him.

This old man.

They killed him.

Oh my God....

They wouldn't stop laughing.



We have to get out of here.


-Just give me a second.

-No. We don't have time to think. We have to go right now.

Beth, let me think. I mean I dont know that our boat is still there.

There's all those kids on the dock. Let's just...



Can you hear me?

I can hear you where are you?

Where are you?

Hello hello hello?!

OK, this is what we're going to do. We're getting out of here OK?


I'm going to go upstairs to look...

Look for the Swedes. I'm going upstairs...


-You're going to stay here.

You're going to watch that door. If you see anything or

you hear anything you scream.

-No. I'm coming with you.

-No. Beth, I need you here.

OK? Take this.

I'll be right back.

If you see anyone, just scream.




Francis?... Francis!



It's OK.

He said that, uh, all the kids woke up at the same time last night.

They were laughing and shouting. Then they all started running

into the houses and attacking all the adults.

Yeah, it seems like it's only happening here.

Hello? Hello?

Where are you?

Where are you?!

We've got to do something.

Beth! It's me. Beth?

Beth. We're going now. We're going.

-Did you find her?

-She's dead. Everybody's dead.

-I know it's hard for you but we need to run there.

-No. I can't. Just leave me here. Go find help.

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