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The Mist Review
What happens when, out of the blue, there is no more twitter, facebook, youtube, cell phones, or TV? Frank Darabont’s “The Mist” is a perfect example of exactly how, I feel, events would unfold if all of those things were taken away in a matter of minutes and a group of strangers were subject to being isolated in one location for any period of time longer than 30 minutes.
I never read the novella by Stephen King on which this [...]