Following a violent thunderstorm, artist David Drayton and a small town community come under vicious attack from creatures prowling in a thick and unnatural mist. Local rumors point to an experiment called the ‘The Arrowhead Project’ conducted at a nearby top-secret military base, but questions as to the origins of the deadly vapor are secondary to the group’s overall chances for survival. Retreating to a local supermarket, Drayton and the survivors must face-off against each other before taking a united stand against an enemy they cannot even see.
Three-time Oscar nominee Frank Darabont was born in a refugee camp in 1959 in Montbeliard, France, the son of Hungarian parents who had fled Budapest during the failed 1956 Hungarian revolution. Brought to America as an infant, he settled with his family in Los Angeles and attended Hollywood High School. His first job in movies was as a production assistant on the 1981 low-budget film, Hell Night (1981), starring Linda Blair. He spent the next six years working in the art department as a set dresser and in set construction while struggling to establish himself as a writer. His first produced writing credit (shared) was on the 1987 film, Nightmare On Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors, A (1987), directed by Chuck Russell. Darabont is one of only six filmmakers in history with the unique distinction of having his first two feature films receive nominations for the Best Picture Academy Award: 1994’s The Shawshank Redemption (1994) (with a total of seven nominations) and 1999’s The Green… read more
A haunting and terrifying survival horror film which ranks amongst the best of its genre. Some low budget special effects and Stephen King’s fable for out of this world monsters instead of semi-realistic… read review
“The Mist” is Frank Darabont’s third Stephen King adaptation and so far they have all been sensational. For a film dealing with giant bugs and other creepy crawlies that attack a grocery store, my… read review
Sérieusement, c’est incompréhensible la bonne réputation que ce film peut avoir (enfin pas partout, heureusement), car si c’est vrai que le brouillard est inquiétant, que le début est plein de promesses… read review