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The Fog
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The Fog 1980

From Amazon: Horror master John Carpenter offers up a triple treat with The Fog: Jamie Lee Curtis, Adrienne Barbeau, and Janet Leigh all in the same movie. As if that weren't enough, both John Houseman and Hal Holbrook make appearances, each clearly enjoying the novelty of being in a horror flick. The Fog opens just before the centennial celebration of the seaside town of Antonio Bay. Then the witching hour strikes, glowing fog rolls in, and all hell breaks loose. Carpenter wrote the script with producer Debra Hill, his collaborator on Halloween, and the two know their craft. It's a creepy story and a tight script, and, as in...

Directed By:
John CarpenterJohn Carpenter
Written By:
John CarpenterJohn Carpenter
No image existsDebra Hill
No image existsHal Holbrook
Adrienne BarbeauAdrienne Barbeau
Jamie Lee CurtisJamie Lee Curtis
No image existsJanet Leigh
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The Fog Movie Review by Movie Addict (10/28/2007)

(Referring to Stevie Wayne's (Adrienne Barbeau) voice on the radio)
Al Williams (John F. Goff): Boy, would I like to meet her.
Dick Baxter (James Canning): I saw her in the supermarket once.
Al Williams: Yeah?
Dick Baxter: You WOULD like to meet her.

Yes, you would like to meet Adrienne Barbeau, and so would I. Maybe...

(complete The Fog review by Movie Addict)

The Fog Movie Review by Jarrod (9/22/2007)

After watching the abysmal remake of The Fog, I was glad to return to the John Carpenter original, which is incredibly eerie and spooky, a real horror film, with little gore, but unnerving tension, heightened by creepy music, which takes simplistic piano melodies (like in Halloween) and uses them to great effect. A fine...

(complete The Fog review by Jarrod)

The Fog Movie Review by haley (6/24/2007)

a quiet little fishing town where nothing happens... until the day of the towns 100 year anniversary... when everything seems to go crazy...

This ghost story stars the likes of scream queens Jamie Lee Curtis and Janet Leigh (although neither one gave a trademark horror movie scream). Jamie is a cute artist hitchhiker...

(complete The Fog review by haley)

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