Stephen King named the horror movie he liked

Stephen King named the horror movie he liked
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The famous American writer Stephen King named the modern horror film that made the strongest impression on him. According to the maestro, it was a low-budget project called "The Tower".
The plot centered around two female thrill-seekers who set out to conquer a non-functioning radio mast in the desert. "Tough, awesome and very, very scary. It reminded me a little bit of 'Duel'. I wish I had written something like that," King noted on his social media page. The makers of "The Tower" responded to the comment, noting that "this is high praise from a master of horror."
The production budget picture was only three million dollars, and box office receipts exceeded 16 million, that is, it was quite successful at the box office.
The movie "Tower" was created by the production team, which had previously noted another popular survival hit, the thriller "Blue Abyss," in which two girlfriends take a dive into the sea to observe sharks in their native element. However, as is often the case in such film projects, events unfold according to an unpredictable scenario. "Fall" (Fall). Release Date - 08/11/2022
For best friends Becky and Hunter, life is about overcoming fears and pushing boundaries. But after they climb 2,000 feet to the top of a remote, abandoned radio tower, they find themselves stranded, unable to descend. Now Becky and Hunter's climbing skills will be put to the ultimate test as they desperately struggle to survive in the elements, lack of supplies, and dizzying heights.