An island off the Oregon coast is the setting for this salty yarn of ghosts, lepers, betrayal, vengeance, and teen angst. A fog-enshrouded schooner from 1865 returns from the bottom of the sea to wreak vengeance on the locals of the island, and its up to local DJ Stevie Wayne (Selma Blair), her charter-boat-captain lover, Nick (Tom Welling, from TVs SMALLVILLE), and his wayward girlfriend, Elizabeth (Maggie Grace, from TVs LOST), to save the day. All three are related to the towns founding fathers, with whom the shipbound ghosts have an ancient score to settle. What that score is no one seems to know, but they need to find out, fast. DeRay Davis (BARBERSHOP) provides comic relief as Nicks lusty first mate, but the real scene stealer here is the fog itself, which is much more animated than in the 1980 John Carpenter original. Thanks to some nice CGI work, it slithers in, around, and under everything. Though gussied up with an angst-rock soundtrack and beautiful young TV actors, THE FOG is, at heart, a good old fashioned ghost story, replete with period costumes and inter-dimensional romance. Director Rupert Wainwright (STIGMATA) is good at capturing little details like the eerie tinkling of deep-sea fishing hooks hung out to dry, and the textures of moisture-beaded shower stall doors. John Carpenter and his partner, Debra Hill co-creators of the first FOG served as producers.
Feature Commentary with Director Rupert Wainwright,, Whiteout Conditions,, Remaking a Horror Classic,, Making Of The Fog,, Special Effects Featurette,, Deleted Scenes with Optional Commentary
Release Date: 26 June 2006
Certificate: 15 - Suitable for Persons Aged 15 or Over
Aspect Ratio: 2.35 Wide Screen
Sound: Dolby Digital Surround 5.1
Running Time: 100 minutes
Production Year: 2005
Main Language: English
Dubbed Languages: Polish\Hungarian\Czech
Hearing Impaired Languages: English
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