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Feb 7, 2020

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  • Official Trailer

Movie Info & Cast

Synopsis

Norval Greenwood, a privileged man-child arrives at the beautiful and remote coastal cabin of his estranged father, who he hasn't seen in 30 years. He quickly discovers that not only is dad a disapproving jerk, he also has a shady past that is rushing to catch up with him. Now, hundreds of miles from his cushy comfort zone, Norval must battle with demons both real and perceived in order to reconnect with a father he barely knows.

Cast

  • Elijah Wood
  • Stephen McHattie
  • Garfield Wilson
  • Madeleine Sami
  • Martin Donovan
  • Michael Smiley
  • Simon Chin
  • Ona Grauer
  • Ryan Beil
  • Raresh DiMofte

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Trivia

  • The origin of the movie came when Ant Timpson's father passed away, his father's partner thought it was best to bring him home after embalmment as a way to spend time with the grieving family, which the week was spent with the corpse in an open coffin. Then, people that he didn't knew came to pay their respects to his father, sharing stories of a man that does not seem like his father.
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Quotes

    • Norval Greenwood: I don't think I liked him. He called me a rat-fucker, among other things.
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Metacritic

100
May 2, 2019

My favorite horror offering of the year so far. It’s smart, uncompromising, inventive and just downright hilarious.

Metacritic review by Lorry Kikta
Lorry Kikta
Film Threat
30
Apr 30, 2019

Come to Daddy starts out like a nasty drama, ends up as a gruesomely gory, coldly comic revenge thriller – and desperately loses its way somewhere in-between.

Stephen Whitty
Screen Daily
75
Apr 30, 2019

Unlike many [M. Night] Shyamalan films, which seem constructed out of Mad Libs, Come to Daddy retains an emotional consistency.

Metacritic review by Chuck Bowen
Chuck Bowen
Slant Magazine