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.
|Release Date||:||February 3, 2017|
|Genres||:||Horror, Mystery, Thriller|
|Production Company||:||Palm Drive Productions, Buy Here Pay Here Entertainment, SLAM Productions|
|Production Countries||:||United States of America|
|Director||:||Robert Legato, Amber Harley|
|Casts||:||Eliza Dushku, Robert Patrick, Chace Crawford, P. J. Byrne, Brandon T. Jackson, Nicole Forester, Milica Govich , Ricky Wayne, Jordan Trovillion, Heather Fairbanks, Amber Whelan|
|Plot Keywords||:||michigan, insane asylum, inheritance, death certificate, haunted|
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 money.
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.