A new horror movie arrived on Netflix last Friday. It's called Eli and ever since it landed, Twitter has been full of people declaring just how freaky and unnerving the film is.

Eli tells the story of a young boy who suffers from a debilitating illness that requires him to live sealed off from the outside world. On finding a potential cure, Eli goes under an intense operation with side effects so intense they lead to supernatural hallucinations. Watch the trailer below.

On top of terrifying hallucinations, the movie also features an insane twist, one that seems to have caught many viewers off-guard. Find out what people are saying about Eli below.

Bonkers

That twist though

It's anger inducing

Sadie Sink!

Everything you want from a horror movie

You can't please everyone

 

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