I Mist this in the Theaters So I wanted to pick this up when it came out on DVD. Although I'm sure a Blu of this will be coming in the Future. I had read Mixed Reviews of this movie that mostly dealt with the Revised Ending of the Novel. I won't Spoil it here but this is definately a unsettling Ending, I read one review that called it Horrific, well duh this is a Horror Movie, and the ending is no more bleak than say the ending of Clovefield with one Notable Exception. Still I thought this the best Horror film is ages and one of the Better King Adaptions. In fact this was a better "Monster" movie than cloverfield. And that Ending Makes you think a bit more than King's Novella Ending, King himself has said it was a better ending. But Today's Audience made the movie a Flop by spreading the Word of Mouth that the ending was Bleak. I have a feeling today's Audience would Have Serling's "The Monsters are Due on Maple Street" end with the neighboorhood holding hands and singing Kumbeyah. The Point of that piece is similar with King's in that the disraveling of Society is often at our hands and not the monsters. This is one of the Rare Occasions where you'll definately want the 2 Disk Version of the Film. Darabont the film's director wanted to shoot the film in Black & White, to own back to the 60's classics like Night of the Living Dead. Of Course the Studio would have none of that. But on Disk two is the film properly Balanced in B&W, so it's more than just a "Color Turned Off" version. And thou I watched the theatrical, I sampled the Black & White, and boy it feels like an entirely different film, with a much more unreal, otherworldly atmosphere. So Check out the version Darabont wanted and the Studio was afraid to release because Youngin's won't watch no stinking B&W. The Mist is a good old fashion Monster and Morality tale, give it a spin.