The UHF of the film world.

Watch THE MIST TV Series Right Now!

By John Connor [06.23.17]


Spike TV have put the first three episodes of their new series based on Stephen King's "The Mist" online for you to watch for free. The catch is they will only be available until July 6 so get watching.

The Mist was previously adapted for the screen by director Franck Darabont. That film is honestly one of the best King adaptations of all time.


Synopsis:
The Mist tells the story of a foreboding mist that arrives in one small town ushering in a terrifying new reality for its residents, putting their humanity to the test. What will people do to survive when blinded by fear?



The Mist stars Morgan Spector, Alyssa Sutherland, Frances Conroy and Gus Birney, with Danica Curcic, Okezie Morro, Dan Butler, Darren Pettie, Isiah Whitlock, Jr., Russell Posner, and Luke Cosgrove.




Recommended Release: The Mist








Thanks to Bloody-Disgusting for the tip.




  • Genius (4 months ago)

    and I decided to start watching it...
    well first thing we have some kid who wears make up and is gay. Then we have the issue of Blacks and Whites in sport.
    Yes welcome to the 21st century!
    I am hoping they all die horribly!
    At least the girl defended herself well.
  • Genius (4 months ago)

    I was only able to watch one free episode. I was hooked after that episode hoping that everyone dies at some point during the show.
  • Digger (4 months ago)

    They do, all irritating and annoying
  • Genius (4 months ago)

    I have been able to watch the second episode of this Rainbow LGBT snowflake crap fest.

    And ....and....few more people died but not the ones I am hoping died.

    If you want to see Mist see the movie. I am just watching this because I am hoping the whole town is destroyed(psychological to physical)
  • marck (3 months ago)

    Truly awful SJW nonsense. If you liked the movie... you will hate this series.
  • See full HTML version
    Front Page
    Full Website

    © 2006-2014 QE Media, LLC. (except where applicable)