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Nick (Tom Welling) doesn't know where his girlfriend Elizabeth (Maggie Grace) has been for the last six months, but her return is accompanied by a mysterious mist full of murderous intent. Now it's up to him and his new gal Stevie (Selma Blair) to clear The Fog and stop its wake of horror.
Why Is The Fog Rated PG-13?
The Fog is rated PG-13 for violence, disturbing images and brief sexuality
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Although many of the deaths in this film take place in the shadows (with only screams for effect), there are depictions of a man being stabbed, violent car crashes and decomposing bodies. A shipload of victims on a burning vessel is repeatedly shown throughout the film. Sexual activity is contained to brief discussions, a passionate shower scene and the portrayal of an unmarried couple in bed together.
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Selma Blair plays a disgruntled wife who walks out on her husband in the film In Good Company. Actor Kenneth Welsh, who portrays the town’s mayor in The Fog, also takes on the role of the U.S. Vice-President during a global catastrophe in Day After Tomorrow.
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Canadian Home Video Rating: 14A
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DVD Release Date: 24 January 2006
If you want to see clearly what it takes to make a horror film like The Fog, then you will appreciate the featurettes on this DVD release titled: Feeling the Effects of the Fog, Seeing Through the Fog and Whiteout Conditions: The Remake of a Horror Classic. If you are still a bit hazy, check out the seven deleted scenes that offer an optional director’s commentary. Presented in widescreen, the movie’s audio tracks are mastered in Dolby Digital 5.1 (English and French), with English and French subtitles.