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New Online Only Trailer For The Mist
Yikes! Scary monsters!

06 November 2007  |  Written by Helen O'Hara  |  Source: IGN

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A new, internet-only trailer for Frank Darabont's latest Stephen King adaptation, The Mist, has gone online, and it's creeptacular. But, before you ask, we're still not seeing too many monsters (unless you count the very scary Marcia Gay Harden).

The basic premise sees a group of people trapped in a supermarket. A violent storm has been followed by an eerie mist that is filled with terrifying beasties, who seem to have come from another world. Among the survivors are artist David Drayton (Thomas Jane) and his 5 year-old son, and religious zealot Mrs Carmody (Marcia Gay Harden) - and soon fear and religious bigotry start to drive them all apart.

So this trailer doesn't show any more of the monsters than we've already seen, but it's creepy, unsettling stuff - which bodes well for the film itself, as it's based on a rather bleak King story. Check it out at this link (here) and click on "trailer 3" to watch or download it.


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Bah ! Headline : "Yikes! Scary monsters!" Actual text : "So this trailer doesn't show any more of the monsters than we've already seen" Looks like it good be decent though.... More

Posted by BertyBasset at 21:58 on 06 November 2007 | Report This Post

RE: mmwa ha ha ha ha ha haaaaa
im really looking forward to this one.  any idea when its being released in the UK? More

Posted by boove at 13:42 on 06 November 2007 | Report This Post

RE: mmwa ha ha ha ha ha haaaaa
L: albumental That looks good old fashioned spooky to me. sp; More than that , it looks top scary stuff . The type of tension builder you have to see on the big screen . This kind of movie makes the Hostels and Saw movies look naffer than they already are IMO . This is true heartpoundingly nervy horror.... and i have only seen the trailer but Darabont will deliver . More

Posted by Beno at 10:50 on 06 November 2007 | Report This Post

mmwa ha ha ha ha ha haaaaa
That looks good old fashioned spooky to me. More

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