Fall movie review


The thriller is about two best friends, Becky and Hunter, who find themselves at the top of a 2,000-foot radio tower.  If you have an aversion to heights, you might want to skip this scary flick!  Acrophobes beware!       #lifeoverdeath

The film was directed by Scott Mann, as well as written by him with writing help by Jonathan Frank.



  • I was so nervous for these two idiot girls the entire time!  Because of the ridiculously dangerous height, the movie is super suspenseful and nerve-wracking!  The movie does a great job of giving you thrills and chills.
  • I had never seen Grace Caroline Currey or Ginny Gardner in anything before.  I thought they did a really good job, especially considering that they were able to keep me engaged the whole time with just the two of them on screen for the majority of the movie.
  • I like Jeffrey Dean Morgan as the supportive dad in this movie.  We don’t see him a lot, unfortunately.  When he tries to help his daughter by reaching out to her friend, she says, “He had no right!”  which is silly because he has every right…he’s her dad.
  • The cinematography is pretty amazing!  Beautiful and scary at the same time.
  • It’s always fascinating to watch what survivors do in various situations to stay alive and get help.
  • There are a couple of twists that might surprise viewers to keep things interesting.



  • My oldest son and his wife are big rock climbers.  I REALLY wish they would choose a safer sport..like bowling or something!  ha ha
  • Want to hear my parental advice?  Well, you’re going to anyway!  When your friends try to convince you to do something stupid, have the courage to say NO!
  • I think I would take my climbing shoes and gear more seriously than what the two girls had. They didn’t even wear gloves!
  • You’d think they would have reconsidered their plan when they saw the old, rusty tower.
  • What’s frustrating about this kind of movie is that the people involved don’t always consider all of their options before taking action.
  • There’s a moment at the 1-hour, 22 mark where the voice of one of the girls doesn’t sync with the audio.
  • There is a lot of foreshadowing that makes the movie pretty predictable.



  • Lots of profanity
  • You see a married couple in bed
  • A girl sees imagined blood
  • A girl wears a super low-cut shirt and a Victoria’s Secret push-up bra in order to get clicks and likes on YouTube.   Nope, you won’t see me doing that.  Just saying!
  • Young adults do very dangerous things, specifically, climbing up an old, rusty 2,000-foot radio tower
  • You see vultures eating bloodied creatures
  • You see pee trickling down the tower



  • Fear
  • Courage
  • Choose your friends wisely because they WILL influence you
  • Mourning and grief
  • Depression
  • Doing things to get attention
  • Hope
  • Love
  • Trust
  • Betrayal
  • Friendship
  • Jealousy
  • Survival of the fittest

You can see the full review on the Movie Review Mom YouTube channel.

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