Another work of the "King of Horrors" Stephen King received a film adaptation.
A story from the collection “There Will Be Blood” turned into a Netflix feature called Mr. Harrigan's Phone.
The story is about a teenager who is bullied by his peers and his only friend is an elderly reclusive billionaire.
A guy gives his first phone to his only friend who dies soon after. At the funeral, he puts the phone in the coffin of Mr. Harrigan, and after a while the main character receives a call from his deceased friend.
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