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The Mist

Cast

Thomas Jane, Laurie Holden, Toby Jones, Marcia Gay Harden View All


Crew

Frank Darabont (Screenplay), Frank Darabont (Director) View All

Release: Nov. 21st, 2007
Runtime: 2 hours, 6 minutes
After a violent storm, a dense cloud of mist envelops a small Maine town, trapping artist David Drayton and his five-year-old son in a local grocery store with other people. They soon discover that the mist conceals deadly horrors that threaten their lives, and worse, their sanity.
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50 The Mist
I haven't posted any reviews on MoFo in a while, instead doing the heavy lifting elsewhere, but every now and then I am treated to a movie I love so much, I've got to share the review with as many as ...
1 The Mist
This movie was a good monster/diaster movie. It had drama for older folks (or some younger) who like story lines and not just violence but it also had some pretty cool action scenes as well. That su...
10 The Mist
Well, here it is folks, first trailer for Spike's TV series The Mist. I have to say, I'm 50/50. Some of the scenes use the CGI well and others, not so much. You be the judge. ...
1 In the Electric Mist
In the Electric Mist was a surprise find at at vid store recently. It is based on a book by one of my fav authors, James Lee Burke. The full title of that books is, In the Electric Mist With the Confe...
14 The Mist: Stephen King
I went to the cinema today to see 30 Days Of Night and we arrived after lunch about 30 minutes before the movie started so this guy came up to me while I was walking around the lobby and he asked if I...

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Sleezy
I enjoy the occasional horror flick, but I'm by no means a fan in the way most horror fans are.
OG-
I love to play around with hyperbole like that found in the second real paragraph of this review, but the finale truth, as objective a truth as I feel I can provide, is that The Mist is, hands down, contest over, thanks all who entered, the best horror film of the year Two Thousand and Seven.
JayDee
Film Trivia Snippets - As I'll get to later on in this review The Mist features quite a striking and controversial ending; an ending which played a large part in the film's pre-production.
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