It takes a lot to please horror fans, especially when a lot of the movies and series start to all have the same storyline, but Netflix seems to be hitting the horror spot this October and fans are noticing. Most recently Netflix users are obsessed with Netflix Original Eli. Eli on Netflix is the best horror movie released this year.\nIt all started with the reveal of their Netflix and Chills campaign in September where they announced their upcoming movies and series to celebrate Halloween. While content like Marianne, In The Tall Grass, and Fractured were all huge hits back at the beginning of the campaign, Eli has completely taken over.\nBefore the film was even released on October 18, it was slated to be a huge hit because the production had the same producers as the Netflix series The Haunting of Hill House.\nEli follows, "A sick young boy (and his parents) who check into a massive and seemingly deserted medical facility in order to receive an experimental treatment, only to discover that the eerie old mansion may, in fact, be haunted."\nIt sounds like your everyday haunted mansion-esque movie, but twitter users are letting us know that that's not the case. There are apparently plot twists and turns that'll leave us questioning everything.\nThe last few days have been filled with fans constantly praising the film for its horror techniques.\nOne fan was blown away by the movie's plot twists tweeting, "Ya'll seen that Eli movie on Netflix? Plot twist after plot twist lol. You'll never guess that ending."\nY’all seen that Eli movie on Netflix? Plot twist after plot twist lol. You’ll never guess that ending— Dezzy (@DColeworld) October 21, 2019\nBut that user wasn't the only one impressed with the plot twists, "That movie Eli on Netflix is something tf else did not expect that plot twist."\nThat movie Eli on Netflix is something tf else did not expect that plot twist 🤯— LoyalT 💖 (@_LST15) October 21, 2019\nThere were also several tweets about how scary the film was, with someone even saying it made them scared of their own house, "Eli on Netflix be having me like *eye emoji* in the house."\nEli on Netflix be having me like 👀 in the house .— SomethingLikeKrama🌪 (@Fijiwaterlucyy) October 21, 2019\nSomeone even said this was the first time they were scared by a horror movie in a long time, "eli on netflix is SO GOOD the first time in ages a horror has scared me a little and the plot is great 10/10."\neli on netflix is SO GOOD the first time in ages a horror has scared me a little and the plot is great 10/10— beth (@everytimebeth) October 21, 2019\nThere were even recommendations on how to make your experience even scarier, "watched a creepy film last night on Netflix called Eli. Perfect for watching on your own, in the dark, esp at this time of year."\n@AnothermillennR watched a creepy film last night on Netflix called Eli. Perfect for watching on your own, in the dark, esp at this time of year.Ending was a bit mental (I find that they usually are with this genre), but it was fairly well acted. I reckon it's worth a watch x— 🧛🏼♀️🧟♀️🔪Sheryl the Peril...🔪🧟♀️🧛🏼♀️ (@Shez_with_an_S) October 21, 2019\nIf you're someone who's into horror, then Eli is definitely for you. You can watch the film on Netflix Canada here.\nThere are stories everywhere. If you spot a newsworthy event in your city, send us a message, photo, or video @NarcityCanada on Twitter and Instagram.