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Robert Legato
Milica Govich as Nurse Fletcher
Tim Holmes as Krieger
Jordan Trovillion as Pretty Girl
Rick Robinson Jr. as Detective Frazer
Storyline: 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.
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Eloise is long gone
Just to clear the record, Eloise has been gone since 1984, I know since I live close by and had field trips there with a psych course in the 1970's. Greedy developers wanted to build strip malls and tore down a magnificent piece of history, but that's the American way. The office building still exists on Michigan ave. next to the railroad tracks. My dad used to hand food over to inmates over the fence in the 1940's. Eloise would have made a fantastic museum that would have been world renown as they grew much of their food and they made things such as shoes which can be found on ebay. Its a real shame that its gone. The purpose of this post was to let viewers know that the real Eloise is long gone.
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.
You will be a new man
Jacob Martin (Chace Crawford) discovers his father has died and has left him a considerable inheritance with a catch. He must first prove his aunt (Nicole Forester) is dead, a person who most likely succumbed at the great fire of the Eloise Asylum. Her records are in the annex and can not be accessed without a court order which would take several months. Jacob's friend (Brandon T. Jackson) has an urgent need for money, so they opt to do a second story liberation. They enlist the help of Scott (P.J. Byrne) a slightly mentally dysfunctional person, and his sister Pia (Eliza Dushku) to look after Scott. Their mother worked at the infamous hospital known for "confrontation therapy" and Scott knows how to sneak into the records room.

It was a dark and stormy night....

This is the type of film that has been done many times before. It opens with a plot spoiler as an incident is being investigated. We already know two people who die and one survivor. Robert Patrick plays the evil doctor. There is also a Nurse Fletcher (Milica Govich) clearly a nod to Louise Fletcher. I don't mind stories that are familiar if they are done well. The acting was good. The intensity was spot on. The dialogue was decent.

Guide: F-word. No sex or nudity
Premisea tough one...
In horror movies whatever it takes to get the leads into the creepy house, forest, or in this case asylum usually isn't a major deal, but it does have to have some validity; at least for me. Campers camping, sure. Ghost hunters hunting, sure. Newlyweds in remote mountain cabin with a few pals celebrating, sure.

However in the case of "Eloise" we must buy into a legal statute saying someone must be missing 7 years to be declared dead. While this is a fairly common statute, in this instance, the person has been missing since 1982 when the asylum they were committed in burned. Still the protagonists lawyer insists it will take 7 years from the current date forward (not 1982, but the present) to declare them dead. Mentioned early in, it bugged me throughout.

The presumption of death would not be a major 7 year hurdle if the person has not been seen or heard from in 30+ years and had been committed to an asylum at the time it burned down. The same legal principal that was used after WWII to declare missing people dead would come into play. Anyway... fine spook show otherwise. If you do not let the absurd 7 year thing get in the way, you'll have fun.
Chilling if somewhat flawed effort
Following his father's death, a young man in need of a paper for the inheritance finds that it's placed in an abandoned mental hospital and gathers a few friends to help retrieve it only to find the area haunted by the ghosts of residents who died there and must make it out alive.

For the most part, this one wasn't all that bad an effort. Most of what really works here are the incredibly strong atmosphere present here as the film makes the most of its genuinely haunting setting. The asylum is quite unnerving here, with the Gothic atmosphere given quite a prominent showcase being filled with long hallways, twisting designs and cramped rooms filled with the elaborate decor in a state of disuse and neglect. This overall look works nicely with the raging thunderstorm and utter darkness of the situation to create an eerie, effectively chilling location that gives the scenes plenty of weight for later. The haunting scenes here are quite fun, from the one victim suffering from continuous ghostly hallucinations around him that the rest of the group is unaware of, the hallucination of the doctor and his staff operating on the one friend or the chilling sequence of the ghosts trapping the one victim in the flooding room and trying to drag him underwater which is shown from his perspective as well as theirs which adds to the dizzying nature of the scene. Other big scenes include their twisted trip into the dining room which turns into them experiencing the crazy parties of the past where the patients and hospital staff converge together in a wild celebration which is all the eerier for taking place in a distorted sepia-toned view. The final half, which features their true selves back in the past where they get subjected to the tortures of their own fears generates a rather fun time as there's a fun time going through the potential traps and eventual escape that occurs here. These manage to hold it up over the few rather small flaws present. The main issue that brings this one down is the film's rather clumsy and haphazard story that comes off rather strangely at times. Though it generates the required setup for the story, there's no real reason why the kid himself is the one that's needed to visit the asylum under the direction of the lawyer's office which would've handled that matter for him. This unrealistic set-up is only a part of it all, which extends to how they plan to go about breaking in and stealing the material which doesn't make any sense at all and hampers the storyline with its incredulity. Likewise, the film takes quite a while to get going with the discovery of the hospital's past that it really flies through its torture scenes due to the lengthy and rather overlong first half that could've been cut down considerably. The other issue here is that there's no real reason for their continuous back choices that befall so many scenes here that basically put them into danger quite often throughout here to move the film along which becomes quite infuriating. These here are what hold this one back.

Rated R: Graphic Language and Graphic Violence.
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.
Descent to Death
"Eloise" is a film based on the actual Eloise Asylum located in Michigan. Eloise has quite a history and not all of it good.

Jacob and Dell are pretty good friends, and when Jacob is advised of his father's death, he is also told by the attorney handling the estate that he is the sole inheritor of $1.2 million--providing he can get the actual death certificate of a former aunt who--you guessed it-- resided at Eloise. He tells Dell of his need and since Dell is also in dire need of cash (to the tune of $20,000) he agrees to help. They should have just waited for the state to declare his aunt officially dead.

Along the way they encounter Eliza Dushku and her brother who apparently has a connection AND the blueprints to Eloise. They break in; getting out is the problem.

I will not be as critical of this movie as most. I thought the story line was developed nicely (it did actually make sense), and the acting and directing was better than most movies of this genre. There was not an overuse of blood and gore and the director did manage to build some actual tension. That does not mean the movie is without its warts, because it did have plenty.

Rated "R" for language, disturbing images, and some violence. This one is a toss-up.
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?
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 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.
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