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The Mist (2007)
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The Mist (2007) After a strong storm in the Maine area, the local artist Dave Drayton drives from his house nearby the lake to the supermarket with his son Billy and his arrogant neighbor, the lawyer Brent Norton, to get supplies. Along their way, they see a heavy mist and later, military convoys, police and firefighter trucks, ambulances heading toward it. While in the supermarket, a frantic bleeding local arrives crying that there is something alive in the mist and the manager closes the entrance door while the place is encased by the mist. When David, another client and two employees go to the back of the store to start the generator, they open the back-door and the cashier Norm (Chris Owen) is hold and dragged by fierce tentacles. David and the two survivors succeed to close the loading door, and when they tell the people what happened, Brent does not trust on his words and believes it is a prank and the God-fearing woman Mrs. Carmody preaches the Apocalypse and that she is the vessel of Lord on Earth. Sooner the group discovers that they are under siege of blood thirsty creatures from another dimension that have reached our planet through a window open by a failed military research. Further, the crazy Mrs. Carmody has many followers and is becoming dangerous and dangerous in her speeches. Without alternative, a small group leaded by David decides to take the chance to escape from the supermarket and reach his car, hoping to get out of the mist.

Movie Tagline:
Stephen King's Legendary Tale of Terror

Also Known As:
Stephen King's The Mist

Title: Mist, The
Release Date: November 21, 2007
Runtime: 126 mins
Genre: Drama
All Genres: Drama, Horror, Sci-Fi, Thriller
Languages: English
Country: USA
Colors: Color, Black and White
Sound: Dolby Digital, SDDS, DTS
IMDB Rating: 7.4
Buried.com Rating: 8.4 - (Rate This Horror Movie at Buried.com)
Category: Horror Movies Starting With M

MPAA Rating: R

MPAA Rating Reason:
Rated R for violence, terror and gore, and language.

Frank Darabont

Thomas Jane ...David Drayton
Marcia Gay Harden ...Mrs. Carmody
Laurie Holden ...Amanda Dunfrey
Andre Braugher ...Brent Norton
Toby Jones ...Ollie Weeks
William Sadler ...Jim
Jeffrey DeMunn ...Dan Miller
Frances Sternhagen ...Irene Reppler
Nathan Gamble ...Billy Drayton
Alexa Davalos ...Sally
Chris Owen ...Norm
Sam Witwer ...Private Jessup
Robert C. Treveiler ...Bud Brown (as Robert Treveiler)
David Jensen ...Myron
Melissa Suzanne McBride ...Woman With Kids at Home (as Melissa McBride)
Andy Stahl ...Mike Hatlen
Buck Taylor ...Ambrose Cornell
Brandon O'Dell ...Bobby Eagleton
Jackson Hurst ...Joe Eagleton
Brian Libby ...Biker
Susan Malerstein ...Hattie (as Susan Watkins)
Mathew Greer ...Silas
Juan Gabriel Pareja ...Morales (as Juan Pareja)
Walter Fauntleroy ...Donaldson
Amin Joseph ...M.P.
Kelly Collins Lintz ...Steff Drayton
Ginnie Randall ...Woman #1
Tiffany Morgan ...Woman #2
Kim Wall ...Terrified Woman
Julio Cedillo ...Father (as Julio Cesar Cedillo)

» [more cast members]

Frank Darabont
Anna Garduno
Liz Glotzer
Denise M. Huth
Randi Richmond
Richard Saperstein
Bob Weinstein
Harvey Weinstein

Frank Darabont
Stephen King

Mark Isham

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Movie Soundtrack(s):
"The Host of Seraphim"
"The Vicious Blues"
"Apollo to the Rescue"

More Movie Taglines:
  • Stephen King's Legendary Tale of Terror
  • Fear Changes Everything
  • Belief divides them, mystery surrounds Them, but fear changes everything
Movie Quote(s):
  • Wayne Jessup: It wasn't my fault!
  • Amanda Dunfrey: I just want you to know that it's okay... being scared. And, well, if you need a friend, someone to talk too... Mrs. Carmody: I have a friend. God, up above. I talk to him everyday. Don't you condescend me. Amanda Dunfrey: I'm sorry? Mrs. Carmody: Not ever. You don't mock me. Amanda Dunfrey: That's not what I was doing. Mrs. Carmody: I'll tell you what. The day I need a friend like you, I'll just have myself a little squat and shit one out.
  • Norm: Let's rock.
  • David Drayton: [after Jim let Norm go to clear the genrator and the tentacles took Norm away] He's a fucking kid. He's supposed to be stupid. What's your excuse?
  • Ollie: Morning, Mrs. Carmody. Mrs. Carmody: [referring to the crowd] With lines like these, I don't know how good it is. But I guess we'll have to make do.
Movie Trivia:
  • This isn't William Sadler's first time with The Mist. He played David Drayton in an audio version of the story.
  • To help save time on the tight schedule, the producers and director Frank Darabont hired the camera crew from "The Shield" (2002), to shoot the film. This camera crew is able to move fast, due to the hectic TV production schedule. There was an "A" and a "B" unit, which cut down on production time.
  • In the opening shot of the film, David is painting in his room. The picture he's drawing is a design from Stephen King's Dark Tower series of the gunslinger Roland. Another design in the room is that of the poster of John Carpenter's The Thing (1982). John Carpenter also wrote and directed The Fog (1980), which shares obvious themes with The Mist.
  • Besides the Gunslinger illustration at the beginning of the film, The Mist shares another direct connection to the Dark Tower series of novels, written by Stephen King. This is the line "My life for you," spoken by Mrs. Carmody. This has been said by a number of villainous characters in the Dark Tower books, who had sworn allegiance to Walter o'Dim, one of the major antagonists. (Walter o'Dim made his first appearance in several earlier King novels, one the first being The Eyes of the Dragon, under the alias Randall Flagg, and the line is spoken there as well.) The Mist is one of the first short stories to refer to cross reference the Dark Tower. That same line, "My life for you," is used by Trashcan in The Stand movie as well as the book. This is also a reference made to Randall Flagg although in a different book.
  • During an action scene in the film, a man runs into a wire rotating-book shelf in the grocery store. If you look carefully, you can clearly see that all the books on the shelf are written by Stephen King.
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