The Mist by Stephen King comes to the big screen this November 21st, and proves to be a scary one! Adapted from what has long been considered one of his best and scariest novellas, this movie centers around the time after a violent storm attacks a town in Maine.
As a cloud of mist appears the next morning, it quickly envelops the area, trapping a group of people in a local grocery store. Lurking in the mist are horrific, unworldly, unimaginable things - creatures not of this World. What follows, well...you'll have to see it!
The Mist is based on his novella of the same name, originally published in the short story collection, Skeleton Crew. The movie stars Thomas Jane and Marcia Gay Harden, and is directed by three-time Oscar nominee Frank Darabont.
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One of the scariest movies I ever saw of Stephen King's was Cujo. Mum first read it to me when I was a young pup, then we rented the movie. That was the scariest dog I'd ever seen! Glad it was just on the TV, yikes!!!!