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5.0 out of 5 stars so underrated its criminal, 14 Dec. 2012
This review is from: The Mist [Blu-ray] (Blu-ray)
Ok so my thoughts on the film `the mist' which is an old film (not old old)
Which came out in 2007, based on a Stephen King novel directed by none other Frank Darabont who directed the shawshank redemption and the green mile. And currently producer on the walking dead.
This film is probably one of the most underrated films.
Basic synopsis in a town in Maine (well it is a Stephen king novel) Thomas Jane takes his son to a supermarket only to get stuck as a mist suddenly eclipses the town. And their is something evil lurking it in. The film is largely based in the supermarket the film focuses on the interactions of the group; but does have some freaky moments to it.
And a overly religious woman who says this is gods work which separates the group.
The film is well written acted and directed. I cannot find any fault to this film. It is sad that it has been overlooked.
It's release on blu ray which comes with the black and white and colour versions. The ending is bleak so don't expect a happy ending. And the haunting track the Host of Seraphim by dead can dance adds so much to the ending its powerful and holds a sadness to it. Frank Darabont had changed the ending of the film from how the book ends.
In my opinion one of the best horror films out. Because it doesn't rely on blood guts and gore or half naked woman running around.
It takes itself back to the old styles horror films.
If you have not seen this film you should give it a watch.
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Initial post: 9 Jul 2013 22:35:06 BDT
R. Lang says:
Great review, of one of the finest King adaptations since the original Salems Lot.
I hope more King classics will surface on to film in the near future.

In reply to an earlier post on 10 Jul 2013 05:59:04 BDT
thanks, this is a great film. I know there doing an adaptation of Stephen King's the cell not sure when....
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