• Publication date: February 21, 2011

The Fog

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In 1871, 4 residents of the island of Antonio Bay off the coast of Oregon; Malone, Castle, Wayne and Williams betray the man, William Blake, who bought half of the island to house a leper colony. They rob the passengers of the clipper ship, the Elizabeth Dane, and start a fire aboard burning them alive. The spirits of the passengers return to exact revenge on the descendants as the fog...

Program data

Duration: 90

Production Year: 2005

MBC 2:

March 7, 2016 01:30 (KSA) ~ March 7, 2016 00:30 (CLT)

A remake of John Carpenter's 1980 horror classic, directed by Rupert Wainwright.

In 1871, 4 residents of the island of Antonio Bay off the coast of Oregon; Malone, Castle, Wayne and Williams betray the man, William Blake, who bought half of the island to house a leper colony. They rob the passengers of the clipper ship, the Elizabeth Dane, and start a fire aboard burning them alive. Over a century later, the spirits of the passengers return to exact revenge on the descendants as the fog...

134 years later, in 2005, residents of Antonio Bay honor the 4; Malone, Castle, Wayne and Williams as the founding fathers of Antonio Bay. Nick Castle works as a fisherman aboard his ship, Seagrass, and is a descendant of the original Castle, while his former flame, Elizabeth Williams is a descendant of another 'founding father'. The mayor, Malone, is also a descendant of the Malone of the story.

When Nick, Spooner and two other fishermen find a bag of valuables belonging to the passengers of the Elizabeth Dane, apparently disturbing the spirits in their final resting place. Thus they return to Antonio Bay to exact their revenge on the descendants of the four 'founding fathers'. How can their vengeance be stopped? And what is the significance of the scales symbol that keeps appearing?

 

Starring:

  • Tom Welling
  • Maggie Grace
  • Selma Blair
  • DeRay Davis
  • Kenneth Welsh
  • Sonja Bennett
  • Sara Botsford

Directed by:  Rupert Wainwright

Rating:  PG-13 for violence, disturbing images and brief sexuality.