Dean, Matthew, and Scott are more in a fog than they actually talk about the titular, fog, but at least you'll be saddled with the visual nightmare of Porky Pig being led to the kill floor while children watch. As for the movie: could be a boomer's worst nightmare? Lots of gadgets malfunction and at first the fog seems like more of a nuisance than a mortal threat to Antonio Bay. Cundy, as usual, delivers some visual supremacy with his atmospheric depiction of a sleepy, and utterly cursed village which is routinely saturated in fog. The problem seems to exist with the characters, their goals, and how much they actually matter. Still likeable, but it is no surprise as to why it was more forgettable than other Carpenter flicks.