Travis Lytle’s review published on Letterboxd:
Grotesque, violent, and kind of fun, Ant Timpson's "Come to Daddy" is an off-the-rails drama that takes its audience on quite a ride. Beginning as semi-subtle story of a son visiting his estranged father in remote seaside home, the drama of two men who do not mesh soon becomes something else entirely. Starring a perpetually wide-eyed Elijah Wood, the work's gaggle of characters and plot beats will entertain and surprise as it takes a trek into odd darkness. The destination is not as satisfying as the journey, but the experience engages with an unique energy.