- Bea Alonzo's horror film "Eerie" elicited reactions from the international viewers
- It had been available for streaming on Netflix since July 26, 2019
- People across continents have been taking notice of the movie, and are actually super into it
Bea Alonzo's movie with Charo Santos was made available on Netflix since July 26, 2019. The horror movie is gaining international attention recently.
One viewer wrote on Twitter, "I thought it was pretty good. Rather than focusing on jumpscares only, it actually had suspense and mystery along with an actual story."
Another Twitter user said, "Just watched Eerie on Netflix alone and HFS...I've watched a lot of horror movies and my standards are set really high but this shook the f*ck outta me. Amazing film. Definitely one of the best I've seen."
The Independent reported that viewers have been "screaming out loud" while watching it, and according to an article by Elle, people are apparently opting to "sleep with the lights on" after watching the film. That's how scary it is!
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Eerie is a 2018 Filipino drama-crime horror film written and directed by Mikhail Red, starring Bea Alonzo and Charo Santos-Concio. The film which uses elements of suspense writing follows guidance counselor who named Pat Consolacion as she embarks on solving the mysterious death of a student at the Sta. Lucia Academy for girls.
The film was produced by Star Cinema in partnership with mm2 Entertainment in Singapore. It was first released in Singapore as a premiere during the Singapore International Film Festival. The film was released in the Philippines on March 27, 2019.
As earlier reported, the fild did well and grossed 201 million pesos .
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