‘Come Play’ occasionally delivers on jump scares but material is intentionally confusing, says critic

(L to R) Gavin Maciver-Wright, Winslow Fegley, Azhy Robertson, and Jayden Marine in “Come Play.” Photo by Jasper Savage/Amblin Partners/Focus Features

Critics review “The Donut King,” a documentary about Cambodian refugee Ted Ngoy building a multi-million dollar donut business; “Madre,” a Spanish-language film about a restaurant worker meeting a teenager who reminds her of her missing son; “Damnation,” which originally came out in 1988 and was directed by Béla Tarr; “Come Play,” about an autistic boy who encounters a monster inside his home.

Credits

Guests:
Alonso Duralde - film critic for The Wrap and co-host of Linoleum-Knife.com - @ADuralde, Dave White - film critic for The Wrap and co-host of Linoleum-Knife.com - @dlelandwhite

Host:
Madeleine Brand

Producers:
Sarah Sweeney, Michell Eloy, Amy Ta, Rosalie Atkinson, Brian Hardzinski, Caleigh Wells, Angie Perrin