Netflix's 'Eli': Release date, plot, cast, trailer and everything you need to know about the petrifying horror movie
The film has garnered attention for its hair-raising horror element and adding 'Stranger Things' star Sadie Sink as part of its cast
Netflix's upcoming original film 'Eli' has garnered attention for its hair-raising horror element and adding 'Stranger Things' star Sadie Sink as part of its cast was another reason for people to take notice. Directed by Ciarán Foy ('Citadel') the movie is all set to bring with it the chills this Halloween season.
Here's what we know about the gripping horror tale so far:
'Eli' is all set to premiere on October 18, 2019, on Netflix.
The official synopsis reads: "Eli’ is the story of a young boy plagued with an unknown, debilitating illness that requires him to live completely sealed off from the outside world. After exhausting every option, his parents put their trust — and his life — in the hands of a doctor whose experimental, cutting edge treatments at her clean house facility may hold Eli’s last hope. As Eli undergoes the tremendously intense process that could potentially cure him, he begins to be haunted by experiences that make him question who he can trust and what is lurking inside the house."
Charlie Shotwell ('Captain Fantastic') plays Eli
Sadie Sink ('Stranger Things 2 and 3') as Haley
Lili Taylor ('Conjuring') as Dr. Isabella Horn, Max Martini (13 Hours) as Paul, Deneen Taylor, Katia Gomez, and Parker Lovein round up the rest of the cast.
The film is written by David Chirchirillo ('Cheap Thrills') along with Ian Goldberg and Richard Naing (co-writers on the 2016 horror movie 'The Autopsy of Jane Doe'). The movie is directed by Ciarán Foy.
The trailer opens with Eli (Charlie Shotwell) being diagnosed with an illness that requires him to stay away from the outside world. He is taken to a clean house facility where he comes across paranormal occurences. Despite his pleas to go back home, the doctor convinces Eli and his parents to continue the intense treatment, while Charlie discovers something frightful lurking in the house.
Similar to how Paramount unloaded 'The Cloverfield Paradox' to Netflix, the studio has sold all global rights for its Paramount Players horror film 'Eli' to the streaming network.
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