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Ideal Horror John Carpenter's 'The Fog'

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Thanksgiving fits well with John Carpenter's The Fog, just like Halloween does.

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Its origins may be traced back to a small group of individuals who established Antonio Bay, a community in northern California, 100 years prior to the year 1980.

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They lead his ship, the Elizabeth Dane, away from the lighthouse on a foggy night, seeming to accept his offer, and then wreck it.

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The next time a particularly thick, strange fog comes in off the ocean, Blake and his friends promise to come back from beyond the grave to get retribution.

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Compared to the year The Fog was released, it's still a very, very long time ago.

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The Draculas, Frankensteins, Mummies, and Wolf Men, among other great horror movies, are frequently set in Britain or continental Europe.

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A distinctly American tale is The Fog.

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