- Bea Alonzo gets international attention for Eerie
- Eerie leaves viewers so petrified they have to sleep with the light on as they gush about the creepy supernatural drama
- The movie earned 200-plus million at the box office during its original run in the Philippines
Eerie is a 2018 Filipino horror film written and directed by Mikhail Red and produced by Star Cinema in partnership with mm2 Entertainment in Singapore.
The film starred Bea Alonzo and ABS-CBN Board Member and Chief Content Officer Charo Santos-Concio.
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The film first premiered during the Singapore International Film Festival and started its commercial run in the Philippines on March 27, 2019.
It earned over P200 million at the box office during its original run in the Philippines and selected international territories.
Following its July 27 debut on Netflix, Eerie has been featured on the trending list and has been getting rave reviews from different media organizations abroad on Twitter.
“Netflix horror film Eerie leaves viewers so petrified they have to sleep with the light on as they gush about the ‘creepy’ supernatural drama,” Daily Mail Celebrity said.
Netflix horror film Eerie leaves viewers so petrified they have to sleep with the light on as they gush about the 'creepy' supernatural drama https://t.co/WSbumTtUAL
— Daily Mail Celebrity (@DailyMailCeleb) August 14, 2019
“Watched Eerie on Netflix last night and slept with the lights on. What’s the last scary movie you watched that still haunts you?” tweet from New York’s County 94.7.
— New York’s Country 94.7 (@NYCountry947) August 15, 2019
“Netflix’s terrifying horror Eerie leaves viewers scared to turn lights off,” LADbible
— LADbible (@ladbible) August 13, 2019
“Netflix Horror Film ‘Eerie’ Has People Sleeping With the Lights On,” ELLE Magazine (US)
Netflix Horror Film 'Eerie' Has People Sleeping With the Lights On https://t.co/Nbtq0WCJQo
— ELLE Magazine (US) (@ELLEmagazine) August 14, 2019
New Netflix Ghost Movie Eerie Has Viewers 'Sleeping with the Lights On': 'Really Good Horror' https://t.co/2lvz7SSwkX
— People (@people) August 14, 2019
Horror film 'Eerie' leaves Netflix viewers 'screaming' and 'sleeping with the lights on' https://t.co/1nz4EebmeO
— The Independent (@Independent) August 14, 2019
— Mirror TV (@MirrorTV) August 14, 2019
Roxy Simons compared Eerie to Hollywood movies and series on Netflix such as The Haunting Of Hill House and American Horror Story.