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The Mist - Black and White version. A mysterious mist decends upon a small town, bringing horrors with it as many of the townfolf find themselves trapped in a store.
Brilliant horror film and one of the better Stephen King adaptations. Frank Darabont really knows how to handle the source material. This is the black and white version and tbh it's the only version I watch now. The film looks better, the feel is better and it's like watching an old horror made modern. I really like the "monsters outside versus the monsters among us" angle that ramps up through the movie and the primary antagonist is perfectly cast and acted, a truly deplorable and opportunistic character who eventually makes the horrors outside look like the lesser evil.
I even like the ending and think it fits the tone and events perfectly. Stephen King said that he wish he'd though of that ending as he liked it so much and I can't disagree with him.