Fans 'Seeing Demons Out Of The Corner Of Their Eyes' After Watching Netflix's ‘Eli’
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It dropped on 18th October and ever since people have been commenting on how creepy it is as well as its unexpected twist.
The film is all about a young boy, Eli (Charlie Shotwell), who is suffering from a rare debilitating disease that means he has to wear protective gear head-to-toe, or he's not allowed to go outside.
His parents finally take him to a secluded facility for treatment - a place where he can hug his parents and enjoy comforts he's never previously had... That is until the 'treatment' properly starts.
The treatment leaves young Eli in excruciating pain and soon weird supernatural things begin to happen, leaving the youngster less trusting of his new home and Dr Isabella.
And while we're not ones to spoil an ending, there is apparently a huge twist that has left viewers reeling.
One Twitter goer said: "i just watched Eli on netflix and i SWEAR im seeing demons out of the corner of my eyes HELP".
A second said: "Me and my friend watched the Netflix movie Eli and it was so weird and so messed up that I had to take a few minutes to take in what I had just watched".
A third added: 'Woah. #Eli on Netflix was better than I thought it'd be. What. A. Twist."
Another commented: "Netflix's #Eli is absolutely bonkers. Starts off as your stereotypical bubble boy meets haunted house with evil spirits thrown in.
"But the writers must have done HELLA drugs towards the end of writing the script because the last 20 minutes are a rollercoaster of batsh*t insanity!"
One more Twitter user said: "So I saw this movie on Netflix called Eli. Started out with a pretty good haunted house hook, but that ending...
"Holy sh*t, I did not see that ending coming.
"No spoilers, but I recommend it if you wanna watch something this Halloween."
We haven't seen it yet, but now we know what we're doing on 31st October... Apart from stuffing our faces with sweets obviously.
Netflix is really going to town on the horror front this month, with a huge roster of creepy shows and chilling films, from In The Tall Grass, to Fractured and In The Shadow of the Moon, so even if Eli, starring Stranger Things' Sadie Sink, doesn't sound up your street, there is bound to be something to suit.
It's time for a scare fest.