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The Fog Joggers bei Crossroads Oktober Teaser Darstellung: Auto XS S M L XL zum Seitenanfang. The Fog was Atkins' first appearance in a Carpenter film, and he also appeared in Carpenter's next film, Escape from New York as well as Halloween III: Season of the Witch , which was produced and scored by Carpenter.
Jamie Lee Curtis , who was the main star of Carpenter's hit Halloween , appeared as Elizabeth. Commenting on the role and on appearing in another of Carpenter's films, she said "That's what I love about John.
He's letting me explore different aspects of myself. I'm spoiled rotten now. My next director is going to be almost a letdown". This was the first collaboration between Carpenter and character actor George Buck Flower , who would go on to appear in four more films directed by Carpenter: Escape from New York , Starman , They Live and Village of the Damned Hal Holbrook , Adrienne Barbeau and Tom Atkins went on to appear in the horror film Creepshow in Besides the fact that many of the actors in The Fog also appeared in Halloween and other later Carpenter films , several characters in The Fog are named after people that Carpenter had collaborated with on previous films.
Other references that are interwoven into the film include the name of the John Houseman character "Mr. Machen" a reference to Welsh horror fantasist Arthur Machen ; a radio report that mentions Arkham Reef ; and the town's coroner Dr.
Phibes was named after the titular character of the horror films starring Vincent Price from the early s. A further undisclosed amount was spent on prints of the film, of which were distributed to American cinemas.
Originally, the film was set for release during the Christmas season, but Avco Embassy president Bob Rehme opted to wait until February when there would be less major box office competition from other films and more theater screens available.
The film had a staggered release in various cities beginning February 1 before expanding to further locations later that month. The film initially received mixed reviews when it was released.
In the years since its release, later reviews were more positive regarding the film. It later came to be considered, as Carpenter opined regarding his creation, "a minor horror classic" though he also stated it was not his favorite film due to re-shoots and low production values.
The consensus reads, "A well-crafted return to horror for genre giant John Carpenter, The Fog rolls in and wraps viewers in suitably slow-building chills.
Chris Justice at Classic-Horror. His stark notes add another layer of complexity to a film that too often is forgotten. The editing is also brilliant; at 89 minutes, the film packs quite a punch and is worth every second.
Zombiemania: 80 Movies to Die For author Arnold T. Blumberg wrote that the film was "a very effective small scale chiller" and "an attempt to capture the essence of a typical spooky American folktale while simultaneously paying homage to the EC Comics of the s and the then very recent Italian zombie influx.
Carpenter picks and chooses what to show and what not to show, opting that more is less. It is impressive the way they seem to have complete control over the actual fog giving it an other-worldly, sentient feel.
In the early s, Time Out conducted a poll of over authors, directors, actors and critics who have worked within the horror genre to vote for their top horror films.
The Fog placed at number 77 on their top list. A novelization of the movie, written by Dennis Etchison , was published by Bantam Books in January The novel clarifies the implication in the film that the six who must die were not random but in fact descendants of the six original conspirators.
The film has been released on various home video formats since the early s, including VHS and Laserdisc.
It was released on DVD in , complete with extra features including two documentaries and an audio commentary by John Carpenter and Debra Hill, as well as trailers and galleries.
Another Special Edition Dual disc DVD was released in Europe in with the same features of the release.
In , the film was remade under the direction of Rupert Wainwright with a screenplay by Cooper Layne and starring Tom Welling and Maggie Grace.
Though based on Carpenter and Hill's original screenplay, the remake was made more in the vein of a "teen horror film" and given a PG rating the original film was rated R.
The Fog. For other uses, see The Fog disambiguation. Theatrical release poster. Release date. Running time. Adrienne Barbeau as Stevie Wayne Tom Atkins as Nick Castle Jamie Lee Curtis as Elizabeth Solley Hal Holbrook as Father Malone Janet Leigh as Kathy Williams Nancy Loomis as Sandy Fadel Ty Mitchell as Andy Wayne Charles Cyphers as Dan O'Bannon James Canning as Dick Baxter John Houseman as Mr.
Machen John F. Goff as Al Williams George Buck Flower as Tommy Wallace Regina Waldon as Mrs. Kobritz Darwin Joston as Dr.
Phibes Rob Bottin as Blake John Carpenter as Bennett uncredited.