The Stand (1994)

Director
Mick Garris

Main cast
Gary Sinise; Molly Ringwald; Jamey Sheridan; Ruby Dee; Miguel Ferrer

Genres
Adventure, Drama, Fantasy, Horror

Description
The human race is wiped out by a government invented super flu. The remaining survivors take sides in the forces of good and evil. A mysterious old woman who is a servant of God and a powerful and deadly man who might be the devil himself. A gas station attendant, a rock star, a mute, a professor, a farmer, a socialite, a mildly retarded man, a judge, a teenager, a mother, and a nerd take forces.


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