The Mist (2007)   Leave a comment

the mist

Whoa! Thomas Jane stars as a father heading into town for supplies with his son on the day after a terrible thunderstorm. While they shop, Jeffrey DeMunn runs into the market covered in blood, screaming, “There’s something in the mist!” An understatement if there ever were one. The Mist scared the wits out of me. Frank Darabont wrote the screenplay from a Stephen King story, directed, and produced The Mist and created an increasingly frightening atmosphere in a normally mundane one…a supermarket. A terrific cast including Andre Braugher, Marcia Gay Harden, Toby Jones, William Sadler, and the always wonderful Frances Sternhagen made the film more realistic and truly scary. I won’t spoil the film but the effects were frightening and well done and the sound and music contributed wonderfully to the creepy atmosphere of the film. I just finished watching and haven’t quite caught my breath. Shattering. One more thing…friends recommended I watch this in black and white. They were right.

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