Netflix's terrifying new horror Fall leaves fans having 'heart attacks’



Netflix has done it again with their latest release leaving fans scared out of their skin.

The streaming giants are no strangers to an intense thriller - just ask fans of Squid Game and Haunting of Hill House - but the latest flick is said to top the lot.

The movie, released originally in 2022, has recently made its way to Netflix and has already been a huge hit.

Titled Fall, the production takes viewers on the frightful journey with two best pals, Becky and Hunter (played by Grace Carolina Currey and Virginia Gardner, respectively).

The pair decide to climb to the top of a 2,000ft radio tower to scatter the remaining ashes of Becky's husband Dan.

Fans commented on how scary the thriller was
Fans commented on how scary the thriller was ( Lionsgate)

What seemed to be a good idea to mark his memory - Dan died in a tragic climbing accident - of course the storyline has other ideas and the duo's ladder brakes mid climb.

Stranded, the pair find themselves stuck over 600 metres in the air without any way to descend.

Just to make matters even worse, the pair's bag carrying vital supplies such as water and food drops out of their reach, resulting in a perilous task to try to retrieve it.

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Throughout the flick, fans are left with sweaty palms and an increased heart rate as they watch the women try to scale their way to safety.

And fans flocked to social media to let their thoughts known. One user asked: "Has anyone else watched Fall on Netflix?," before sharing their own thoughts: "Two girls climbing a f***ing great radio tower? I’m 20 minutes in and had at least 400 heart attacks already!!!"

The view was mirrored by another user who penned: "So, those of you who suggested or spoke about Fall on Netflix… yeh I’m blaming you for my high blood pressure."

Netflix viewers were having 'nightmares' at the thriller
Netflix viewers were having 'nightmares' at the thriller ( Lionsgate)

And a third typed: "Never felt as anxious watching a film as I do watching Fall on Netflix. I’m going to have nightmares."

For those at a nervous disposition, it's probably wise to check a Netflix description prior to watching their thrillers. If they had done so for Fall, they would have read that it might make them feel "wobbly".

The official blurb on the streaming platform reads: "Almost every single shot from Fall (2022) – a film about two women who get stranded after climbing to the top of a 2000ft radio tower – will make you feel a bit wobbly."

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