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The creepiest and most haunted place in US!Feb. 03, 2017 USA89 Min.R
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Four friends break into an abandoned insane asylum in search of a death certificate which will grant one of them a large inheritance. However, finding it soon becomes the least of their worries in a place haunted by dark memories.

Original titleEloise
IMDb Rating4.5 1,491 votes
TMDb Rating5 24 votes

(12) comments

  • S. SomaJanuary 31, 2017Reply

    Okay… Who forgot to bring the plot line?

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  • jeremy-david-kuehnauJanuary 31, 2017Reply

    Not a great horror film, even by low budget standards.

    Eloise is a movie based on a real world location in Michigan, more
    specifically a closed sanitarium that was renowned for it’s terrible
    medical practices.

    The movie centers around a son who discovers he has the opportunity to
    inherent his Father’s estate, which comes along with a hefty amount of

    But there’s a catch, he needs to get his Mother’s death certificate.
    Everything seems easy enough until he discovers that his Mother’s death
    certificate was actually moved to a different location and in order to
    get it, he would need to file go through a lengthy (and expensive)
    legal process.

    So instead of going through the legal system and getting the paper work
    how he should (legally), he decides to break into the now defunct
    sanitarium with a friend.

    I am not a lawyer, but the entire concept that the movie is focused on
    seems kind of sketchy, you’d think all of this would have been handled
    already. And why would their son need to go to court to get a copy of
    his Mother’s death certificate?

    Besides being riddled full of weird plot holes, at first glance the
    movie appears to be your generic haunted sanitarium , but it starts to
    get really goofy as the film goes on. Frankly, I feel the movie would
    have been much better if it had went for the generic spooky ghost film
    instead of what they went with.

    The acting and cinematography are fine for what it is; I have no
    complaints. The writing is pretty shaky and the plot of the movie
    doesn’t really make a whole lot of sense.

    To be honest, I wouldn’t even rent this from a RedBox. If it came on
    NetFlix or Hulu or something and you got some time to burn (the movie
    isn’t even 2 hours), then go for it, but I can’t recommend spending
    actual money to see this film.

  • Dinzy HFebruary 1, 2017Reply

    Oh My God.

    I have to say that this was the best horror movie made in an asylum
    ever. I love it so much it is beyond scary. I might not be like the
    other two people who reviewed this but the writer is amazing and on
    point with this one and the director did a great job with this. The
    actors are also perfect for their parts. Both, Eliza Dushku and Chance
    Crawford play their role immensely well. Eliza has it already from her
    constant acting skills in different movies but she was amazing in the
    one and only BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER. She was an insane character but
    this role fits her perfectly. She does not seem to be fake in any of
    her acting like most horror movies the female characters do not act
    well and they end up showing a very fake vibe but Eliza shows her
    skills brilliantly and does not do flinch. As for Chance, I have not
    seem him in a horror movie. I have only seen him as the preppy spoiled
    boy in Gossip Girl but wow!! He does a great job too and you can feel
    the tension between the two characters together. Not to mention the
    best of the best: Robert Patrick; damn what an actor. It is funny in an
    amazing scary way. He was one of those actors that does action with no
    emotion well he also does horror with no emotion too; it can be funny
    but the movie for me was scary as hell. Hell of a good movie.

  • TonyFlynnFebruary 3, 2017Reply

    What a DUD!!

    What a DUD!! This movie is un-watchable. The plot is impossible to
    follow and makes no sense at all. The dismal execution between the high
    school quality plot-direction and a flat out failure at ”scary” are the
    proverbial ”nails in the coffin” for this movie. Actually, calling it a
    movie, does an injustice to the word ”movie”. The characters act as if
    they were just thrown into the mix. Poor direction is an
    understatement. Which brings up the question of how this movie ever got
    made? Makes you wonder if there was any adult oversight – its truly
    that bad! The other questions that beg asking is how did the actors
    ever accept these roles? What were they thinking (or were they)? And,
    were they that desperate – or was greed the motivating factor? In my
    opinion, for the actors and director, this is career ending material,
    or at best, definitely career changing (for the worse). This one will
    more than likely be lining the discount bin of your local dollar store
    in the not to distant future. Final question – how do I get my money

  • dcarsonhagyFebruary 5, 2017Reply

    Descent to Death

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  • JeffreyFebruary 10, 2017Reply


    Oh, dear Lord – where to begin? A horror film? The only thing horrific
    about this movie is that it was filmed at all. The plot is nonsensical
    to the point of being laughable. The acting is forgettable to say the
    least, and this from a guy who has tremendous admiration for Eliza
    Dushku. But even her fading skills cannot resurrect this travesty. The
    plot holes are so huge and so numerous as to belie description. Let’s
    start with the asylum itself, supposedly abandoned for 30 years.
    Amazingly, it still has power to all the lights, although they all are
    flickering constantly. Having all the red EXIT lights still visible and
    functioning after three decades was a nice touch. The hospital medicine
    cabinet is still fully stocked after 30 years, which allows one of the
    ridiculously unnecessary characters to accidentally absorb some LSD.
    Say what? I found myself regularly saying ”Seriously?” out loud, even
    though I was alone. It was that bad. Not even any gratuitous sex scenes
    to liven things up, nor does the still-luscious Eliza even wear any
    form fitting clothes for some desperately-needed eye candy. This film
    disappoints on virtually every level. I would give it a zero rating if
    I could. The only thing you will want after watching is to somehow get
    that wasted hour and a half back. Eliza, Eliza … are times really
    that hard now?

  • Claudio CarvalhoFebruary 14, 2017Reply

    A Complete Mess

    When his estranged father dies in Detroit, Jacob Martin (Chace
    Crawford) is summoned by the lawyer to attend the funeral and to
    acknowledge the will of his father. Martin learns that his father has
    1.2 million-dollar that he may inherit provided he brings the death
    certificate of his aunt Genevieve Martin (Nicole Forester) to the
    lawyer. He also learns that she spent her last days in the mental
    institution Eloise that is abandoned after a fire but keeps a small
    office working.. Jacob requests the death certificate to the clerk but
    it would take many months to get it. So he decides to break in the
    asylum with his friend Dell Richards (Brandon T. Jackson) and teams up
    with the local Pia (Eliza Dushku) and her retarded brother Scott Carter
    (P.J. Byrne) to steal the death certificate of his aunt. Jacob succeeds
    and finds the document but Scott and Dell have hallucinations and
    disappears. While Jacob and Pia seek them out, they have visions and
    relives the past of Eloise when the sadistic and insane director Dr.
    H.H. Greiss (Robert Patrick) conducted dreadful and sick experiments
    with his patients.

    ”Eloise” is a horror film with a storyline that is a complete mess. The
    plot is absurd but logic in the beginning until the moment learns that
    he needs a court order to get the necessary document. From this moment
    on, the plot is awful and senseless. The characters are not-well
    developed and the viewer never learns why Jacob has a problem with his
    father; who is the criminal Dell; or the fate of Scott that simply
    disappears. The good thing is to see Eliza Dushku on the big screen
    again. My vote is three.

    Title (Brazil): Not Available

  • songod-95003February 27, 2017Reply

    Premisea tough one…

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  • shobanchittuproluMarch 17, 2017Reply

    Eloise is one among several other disappointing horrors we mostly see these days.

    Eloise (2017): Almost 80% of the horrors have the same usual plot where
    group of buddies enter a haunted place and gets in trouble with an
    invisible force.Burnt hospitals and asylums are the most favorite picks
    of film makers to make a horror without any uch struggle.Eloise follows
    the same way and unfortunately into the same disappointment track.

    Plot: Set in a defunct insane asylum known as ‘Eloise,’ four friends
    break into the abandoned institution in hopes of finding a death
    certificate, which will grant one of them the rights to a sizable
    inheritance. While inside the asylum, the group not only finds that
    Eloise houses a horrifying history but also the truth about their own
    tragic pasts.

    Plus Points: 1)Decent reason for entering an asylum: Most of the horror
    films make the characters to go into the haunted places for fun or else
    for camping.But in Eloise,they go for retrieving a death certificate of
    a person such that it can bring them a huge fortune.

    Minus Points: Except for a decent start,movie slowly descends into
    disaster in every possible way.There is not even a single scene which
    feels new.

    Horror scenes are so poor and not at all scary.

    Actors are average and did nothing to save this film.

    Poor direction and writing spoiled the entire film.

    So,Eloise is one among several other disappointing horrors we mostly
    see these days.

    My rating 4/10

  • jmix66April 29, 2017Reply

    Bad ”horror” film with a completely illogical premise

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  • dannyklee2May 2, 2017Reply


    the most unrealistic acting I have ever seen. also very bad directing,
    bad sound, bad lighting, bad everything ! Casting was very bad too. the
    only interesting thing is some of the outdoor shots and you get to see
    something that is somewhere else so it got some kind of value, but
    aside from that, the movie totally suck.

  • friscolverMay 22, 2017Reply

    So sorry

    I’m so sorry that my review will cut this movie up but it’s garbage in
    every sense of the word. Loose ends, jumps, loopholes, complicated,
    unnecessary stuff, continuity? It’s a sound story line in the first 15
    minutes. But then it goes into stupid mode shortly thereafter. I mean,
    I found myself asking ”WHY?” several times. If I saw this at a movie
    theater I would have walked out.

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