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The Mist (2007)

Cast: Thomas Jane, Jane Thomas, Andre Braugher, more...
Director: Frank Darabont, Frank Darabont
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Studio: Weinstein Company
Genre: Horror, Killer Critters
Languages: English, French
Subtitles: Spanish
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Frequent Stephen King collaborator Frank Darabont (The Shawshank Redemption) teamed with the celebrated horror author once again for this tale of terror concerning a small town engulfed by a malevolent mist, based on a story originally published in King's 1985 horror anthology Skeleton Crew. When a thick fog descends upon a rural community and claims the lives of anyone unfortunate enough to be caught outside, a small band of survivors seeks refuge in a local grocery store. Now trapped in a darkened cloud of pure horror, the frightened denizens of the town are forced to fend off an advancing horde of murderous monsters. Punisher star Thomas Jane heads up an ensemble cast that includes Andre Braugher, Laurie Holden, William Sadler, and Marcia Gay Harden. ~ Jason Buchanan, All Movie Guide

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The Mist (2007)
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6.86 (43 votes)
The Mist (Bonus Disc) (2007)
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7.00 (6 votes)

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Why Didn't More People See This Movie?! by troublemaker June 17, 2008 - 1:06 AM PDT
2 out of 4 members found this review helpful
Easily the best work Darabont has done since Shawshank, though that may not sound like the biggest compliment given that his most recent directorial efforts have been the overly long Green Mile and eye-gougingly-bad The Majestic. So he sticks with his favorite author Stephen King and instead of opting for something melodramatic, Daramont decides to tread in the waters of where King's writing made its mark -- moody horror. You know what? IT WORKS.
I honestly don't know why this movie didn't succeed at the box office. Maybe I should put the fault on whoever was in charge of marketing, but this movie is simply one of the better horror pieces to have emerged in years.

This movie is frightening, at times bloody, and creates that type of post-apocalyptic world which zombie-enth usiasts wholeheartedly eat up. What I'm saying is that its the type of movie that should appeal multiple groups.

I found myself gripped with suspense and simultaneously impressed with how ballsy this movie was. Do yourself a favor and watch it.

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