When a mysterious mist rolls into town, David and his young son Billy get stranded in a supermarket with dozens of other people. However, they soon realize that there are things that lurk in the mist, things that have large tentacles, and things that could fly. Now David and the rest of the people must find a way to survive and get before they begin loosing their minds. Though it’s certainly not Darabont’s best King adaptation, this movie is great in all the right parts. It’s compelling and packed with character and emotion. It’s such a bleak look at humanity and it effectively makes you jump. Look for a whopper of an ending.