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Product Details

  • Actors: Adrienne Barbeau, Jamie Lee Curtis, Janet Leigh, John Houseman, Tom Atkins
  • Directors: John Carpenter
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Anamorphic, Blu-ray, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region A/1 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: R (Restricted)
  • Studio: Shout! Factory
  • DVD Release Date: July 30, 2013
  • Run Time: 90 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (476 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00C7E3EFU
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #11,346 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "The Fog (Collector's Edition) [Blu-ray]" on IMDb

Special Features

• New 1080p High-Definition Transfer Supervised By Cinematographer Dean Cundey

• Audio Commentary With Writer/Director John Carpenter And Writer/Producer Debra Hill

• New Audio Commentary With Actors Adrienne Barbeau, Tom Atkins And Production Designer Tommy Lee Wallace

• New Interview With Jamie Lee Curtis

• Tales From The Mist: Inside The Fog Featurette

• Fear On Film: Inside The Fog Featurette

• The Fog: Storyboard To Film Featurette

• Horror’s Hallowed Grounds – A New Look At The Film’s Locations

• Outtakes

• Theatrical Trailers

• TV Spots

• Photo Gallery


Editorial Reviews

Product Description

When the fog rolls in... the terror begins! This moody horror classic from master of terror John Carpenter (The Thing) and producer Debra Hill (Escape from New York) stars Adrienne Barbeau (Swamp Thing), Jamie Lee Curtis (Halloween), Tom Atkins (Halloween III: Season of the Witch), Hal Holbrook (Creepshow) and Janet Leigh (Psycho). Don’t get lost in the fog...


The sleepy seaside village of Antonio Bay is about to learn the true meaning of the word vengeance. For this seemingly perfect town masks a guilty secret... a past steeped in greed and murder. Exactly 100 years ago, a ship was horribly wrecked under mysterious circumstances in a thick, eerie fog. Now, shrouded in darkness, the long dead mariners have returned from their water grave to exact a bloody revenge.

Additional Features

Scream Factory continues its impressive track record of presenting classic '70s and '80s horror titles in deluxe Blu-ray packages with this release of John Carpenter's The Fog. The extras here are a mix of features ported over from earlier home video presentations (the 1995 laserdisc and the 2002 Special Edition DVD from MGM) and new material produced specifically for the Blu-ray disc. Chief among the latter is an engaging interview with star Jamie Lee Curtis, who discusses her work on the film and other horror titles like Terror Train (1980) and (of course) Carpenter's Halloween. Curtis is remarkably frank about The Fog, which she describes as "not her cup of tea," as well as the peaks and valleys of her early career, and details her personal relationship with Carpenter and especially the late producer Debra Hill, as well as the impact that their post-Halloween breakup had on her and the making of The Fog. An additional wealth of production anecdotes can be found on a new commentary track featuring stars Adrienne Barbeau and Tom Atkins with production designer and frequent Carpenter collaborator Tommy Lee Wallace, who offer warm and frequently funny observations on the picture; it's a lighthearted counterpart to the no-nonsense commentary by Carpenter and Hill (culled from the laserdisc), which balances technical observations with a straightforward and detailed account of the film's production troubles and their struggles with the studio. Cinematographer Dean Cundey also addresses the difficulties in working under a limited budget in an 18-minute interview that also touches on his other projects with Carpenter, including Halloween and The Thing. All three filmmakers are also front and center on a 28-minute making-of featurette, Tales from the Mist (taken from the MGM DVD), which includes interviews with Barbeau and costar Janet Leigh, who are also featured in the 1980 Universal promotional video Fear on Film: Inside The Fog along with an animated Curtis. There's also an episode of Sean Clark's humorous documentary series Horror's Hallowed Grounds, which visits the film's Northern California coastal locations, as well as a storyboard-to-film comparison of the deadly encounter between the ghost crew of the Elizabeth Dane and trawler fishermen John F. Goff and George "Buck" Flower. The disc is rounded out by an array of theatrical trailers, TV spots, an outtake reel, additional storyboards, and promotional photos, as well as an easy-to-find Easter Egg that offers an intro (with appropriately sinister voice-over by the great Ernie "Ghoulardi" Anderson) for an early '80s TV broadcast of The Fog on the ABC Sunday Night Movie. --Paul Gaita

Customer Reviews

The film is one of the best horror film's ever, I liked it better then Halloween.
Jake
Good casting, great atmosphere, and a dynamically effective musical score all add positively to this film's credit.
Brian
As with Halloween, we never get to know too much about the "good" characters in The Fog.
Robert A. Heyman

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

112 of 117 people found the following review helpful By Daniel V. Reilly VINE VOICE on September 9, 2002
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Finally! The Fog comes to DVD! The Fog is one of my favorite horror films, and it's great to see it get the full DVD treatment!
The plot is simple: On her 100th anniversary, the small hamlet of Antonio Bay is beseiged by a strange fog, cloaking the vengeful ghosts of a murdered leper colony, whose deaths provided the wealth necessary to start the town. Writer/Director John Carpenter gets right to the point, and there isn't a wasted frame of film in this tightly paced chiller. The scene where the men on the fishing boat see the ghost-ship is one of the classic movie creep-outs, and the ending is great. This film really harks back to the old ghost story films of the 40's.
The DVD is full-frame on one side, and the widescreen side of the disc has all of the extras, including commentary by Carpenter and co-writer/producer Debra Hill, an old documentary and a made-for-the-DVD documentary, trailers and commercials, posters and print ads, and lots more. (I would have liked to have seen more about the makeup effects for Blake and his crew, but that's just me...) The film transfer is GREAT- The Fog has never looked better, and the colors are lovely and vibrant. I even managed to find an easter egg! On the "Special features" screen, tab up until a pair of glowing eyes appear in the fog- press enter and you'll see a brief (a little under three minutes) music video of behind-the-scenes-footage from the making of the film.
Overall, The Fog is a must-have for fans of Ghost stories or John Carpenter. Now lets see Escape From New York and Prince of Darkness get the deluxe treatment.....
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72 of 79 people found the following review helpful By Brett D. Cullum VINE VOICE on June 26, 2000
Format: VHS Tape Verified Purchase
I am so glad this got a re-release on video! I have been searching for this movie for years. Okay, so this one is not the classic that Halloween was but look at the cast... Jamie Lee Curtis, Janet Leigh, Adrianne Barbeau, Hal Holbrook, and Nancy Loomis. It's a mood piece (not too much happens quickly)...pure and simply put it's just a creepy movie. But the scenes with Adrianne Barbeau as a deejay pleading for anybody who can hear her to help her son "get out of the fog" are worth the price of the video alone. It's a wonderfully fun film that any John Carpenter fan will enjoy! The signature music is there, and the cinematography is great too! It's not your typical "slasher" movie. THE FOG aspires to be something more...or maybe something less depending on how you see it. It opens with a man telling a ghost story around a campfire about a ship of un-dead lepers exacting their revenge on the inhabitants of a small coastal town. Well, that's what this is! It's a ghost story that you might hear around a campfire. Primal and scary, and not really all that gory or violent. It's a wise purchase for any horror fans out there!
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85 of 96 people found the following review helpful By B. MCINTIRE on September 8, 2006
Format: DVD
Here is the lowdown on the re-release of this Special Edition. The original S.E (Green cover art) was put out by MGM in late 2002 with the Hi-Def transfer, 5.1 audio, featurettes - all the bells and whistles. When Sony acquired MGM in 2005, they discontinued this version. Taking the existing DLT, they slapped on a trailer for their new re-make (as well as the prerequisite umpteen cross-promotional trailers) and altered the cover art (Blue!) for no other reason than to drive ticket sales for what turned out to be one of the worst horror re-makes of this truly ugly cycle American cinema seems to be going through now. So unless you're hungry for advertising, go with whichever one you can find for the least amount of money - it's all the same thing.
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27 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Eric C. Rawlins on September 11, 2002
Format: DVD
Let's just cut to the chase right now and say THIS is THE version of The Fog to own. If you're a fan of the movie, or of John Carpenter (before he turned into a pod person and became incapable of releasing anything but dreck), buy this disc now! The transfer is beautiful: the contrast is high, the detail incredible, the colour rich, and the sound well-balanced. In fact, the overall image quality is better than that of the laserdisc version, with almost no noticeable flecks or scratches, and is almost entirely free of compression artifacting (the only spot I noticed it was after the attack on The Seagrass, when the fog completely covers the screen, and even then I really had to look to notice it). Even the menu screens get the professional touch, with artfully composed looping clips from the movie as well as art and sounds created specifically for the DVD.
As far as sound, I'm no expert, but this disc really seemed to clean up all the problems found on previous versions. The levels seem balanced: no playing remote jockey to lower or raise the volume. And MGM even fixed faulty dialogue cues (for example, on the laserdisc version, during the attack on the church, when Father Malone makes his way out of the study to take the gold cross to Blake, and Andy warns him not to, the line "Don't go out there" plays, and then about five seconds later you see Andy's lips move. On the DVD, the cue and action are perfectly synched).
The extras are decent, but nothing to write home about.
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