A Face in the Fog Reviews
"A Face in the Fog" is a pretty bad movie, but it moves along at such a pace that the viewer hardly have time to notice. Plus, the actors perform with such charm and sincerety, that I couldn't help but like it.
Nonetheless, this is one of those one-suspect mysteries, and despite concocting a really brilliant method of committing his murders, his subsequent actions are so dumb that even Barney Fife could have caught him while in the middle of a three-day moonshine bender. The plot also doesn't make one bit of sense, nor do the reasons for who the killer chooses as his victims.
With its decent cast and a kernal of a good idea at its core, "A Face in the Fog" ends being a entertaining enough movie. I can't quite recommend you seek it out, but I also can't condemn it.)
(On a note unrelated to the movie itself, the Alpha Video DVD release of this film is another triumph for that company's art department. The composite, colorized cover image is far cooler than anything that actually appears in the movie.)
A Face in the Fog
Starring: Lloyd Hughes, June Collyer, Al St. John, and Lawrence Gray
Director: Robert Hill