Netflix Unveils Official Trailer for Horror Film Eli
This haunting tale prompts you to fear what’s outside and face what’s inside.
By Chris Morse
An official trailer has arrived for Netflix’s upcoming new horror movie, Eli, teasing a steady blend of ghosts, psychological horror, and jump scares to get your heart racing this Halloween season. The film is set to debut on Netflix on October 18th, giving viewers a couple weeks to fit this one into their seasonal horror binges. To get yourself ready, give the trailer a watch above and see what you’re getting into.
The official description for Eli reads, “As a last resort to cure their son’s auto-immune disorder, the Millers move into a sterile manor during his treatments. Eli is tormented by terrifying visions — deemed hallucinations — but something sinister may lurk within these walls.”
The film is directed by Ciarán Foy based on a screenplay from David Chirchirillo, Ian Goldberg, and Richard Naing. Starring is Charlie Shotwell (All the Money in the World), Lili Taylor (The Conjuring), Kelly Reilly (True Detective), Max Martini (Pacific Rim), Sadie Sink (Stranger Things), Deneen Tyler (Looking for Alaska), and Katia Gomez (Icebox).
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