Review: Fall Not For Those With Height Fears

By Gary

Would what you do if you’d climbed up 2000 foot radio tower and then things started going wrong?

That’s what happens in Fall (2022) when friends Becky and Hunter find themselves at the top of a 2,000-foot radio tower.

It’s not for the weak of heart.

I wanted to look away several times rather than see what was going to happen.

If you’re squeamish or acrophobic at all, you are probably going to be on the edge of your seat the whole time, probably not feeling too comfortable at times.

Many of the decisions made by the characters are believable and logical.

There is a little twist toward the end, but I am not going to spoil it.

I would recommend for this movie not to watch any trailers and try and go into it with as little knowledge as possible as I do feel the trailers give too much away.

Also, I recommend you see this movie on the biggest screen you can as it helps with the feel of isolation and desperation.

It is definitely oneof those films that is best the first time you watch it, I’m not sure how much of an impact it will have on subsequent viewings, the twist won’t catch you as off guard.

Watching this on a smaller screen I don’t think will have the same or desired effect.

It’s a homage to those YouTube and TikTok creators who risk their lives to show the world a different view, not something I would be doing.

Fall has a feel of a play with the two actresses on one set stuck up a radio tower.

The other actors in this have very little time on the screen.

My Rating: 7/10