Stephen King's latest TV adaption of 'The Mist' is coming

Stephen King's latest TV adaption of 'The Mist' is coming

If you love horrors then you'll be counting down the days until you can binge-watch this...

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If you're into hanging corpses, jawless women, and horrifying moments that will have you jumping and covering your eyes, then Stephen King's latest offering is for you. 

Based on King's 1980 short story, the series focuses on the Copeland family. School teacher Eve (Alyssa Sutherland), husband Kevin (Morgan Spector) and their rebellious teenage daughter, Alex (Gus Birney), watch as a supernatural fog covers their small town, ravaging those trapped outside. 

The clip begins with a soldier barging into a police station claiming he saw "something in the mist" and demanding a gun. "It's coming," he says ominously. 

In a series of quick-firing scenes that are bound to get your heart racing, the trailer previews the carnage ahead, as hundreds of people lock themselves in a shopping mall and church. "Everything in nature has a purpose," one of the characters intones. "Even violence."

We are totally here for this! 

Watch and be afraid, be very afraid! 

Are you going to be watching 'The Mist'? 

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