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Mirrors 2 2010

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3.9 out of 5 stars (47) IMDb 4.9/10
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When Max, a recovering addict, takes a job as a night time security guard job at his father's department store, he begins to see visions of a young woman in the store's mirrors. Unsure whether his visions are side effects of his prescription sleeping pills or actual reality, he begins to look deeper into the source of the images in the mirrors. When employees of the store turn up dead and Max is a suspect in the murders, he must expose the girl's connection to a scandal within the department store's walls in order to prove his innocence and put a stop to the spirits in the mirrors.

Starring:
Nick Stahl, Lawrence Turner
Rental Formats:
DVD

Product Details

Discs
  • Feature ages_18_and_over
Runtime 1 hour 26 minutes
Starring Nick Stahl, Lawrence Turner, Wayne Pere, Jack Matheson, Jon Michael Davis, Emmanuelle Vaugier, Ann McKenzie, Christy Charlson Romano, Jennifer Sipes, Evan Jones, Lance E. Nichols, Stephanie Honore
Director Víctor García, Victor Garcia
Genres Horror, Thriller
Studio 20TH CENTURY FOX HOME ENTERTAINMENT
Rental release 21 February 2011
Main languages English
Subtitles Swedish, Finnish, Danish, Norwegian
Hearing impaired subtitles English

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Format: DVD Verified Purchase
This movie is a bit underrated I think, it gets allot of negative reviews but its actually rather good fun for a straight to DVD sequel, the story is not bad and adds a new kind of twist to the story behind the mirrors and the cast pulls it off pretty well I think, the thing I liked the most as a horror fan was the gore, the gore was done really well and there are some very cool and imaginative scenes, very bloody scenes like in the original, ok the movie has a slightly lower budget than the original and this one has CGI like any film but its done very well and its pretty damn good fun, this is a worthy horror sequel, its certainly better than allot of horror sequels these days.
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Not as good as the first, due to the terminator actor John Conner, who you expect to start shooting cyborgs. He's a bit of a boring lead, and does not raise this film to the level it should be at, it has all the hallmarks of a cheaper made sequel, which has the appearance of money, but is still void of character, and just plods along. Okay, but not scary or that brilliant.
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Format: Blu-ray
VIDEO:

This 1.78:1 on a single layered blu ray disc is direct to video. I usually have reservations about direct-to-video movies, with the exception of Tinker Bell movies. But this one was a pleasant surprise. The picture looked very good in HD, with good contrasts and inky black. There were quite a few scary and violent scenes, right from the beginning, and it was an enjoyable movie. The subtitles were placed where the person speaking was located. (3.5/5)

The bonus here is a second movie (standard version) "Into The Mirror", the Korean original from which the first "Mirror" was made. I normally preferred the original Japanese or Korean versions, usually more creepy and gory, like Ringu (for The Ring) and the Grudge. But I was disappointed with the Korean's original version "Into The Mirror". The male actor was a popular actor in Korea, but the story was not scary, more like a detective story. (2.5/5)

AUDIO:

The DTS-HD Master Audio was adequate with lots of work-out for the subwoofers. Dialogue was clear. (3.5/5)

FINAL THOUGHTS:

Mirrors 2 (Unrated) was not a bad scary horror movie, even though it was a low-budget direct-to-video one. There were many violent and bloody scenes, with nudity...definitely for adults only. I did learn something from this movie..."Spectrophobia" for fear of mirrors. If you like to be scared, give this movie a try. Recommended.
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I didn't have high hopes for this film as it is a sequel, however I really enjoyed watching it. If you fancy watching a decent horror film or have an hour and a half to kill, then give it a go. You could do much worse.
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Good cohesive story that kept me interested and a well developed plot,
A fair amount of violence and gore was displayed however it was kept within the context of the unfolding action.
Ken Bromley
4/09/2014
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Format: DVD
Mirrors 2 is typical of any sequel to a reasonably successful horror film. It has less budget, C movie actors, added gratuitous nudity and tries to copy the original. It fails. I could list numerous weaknesses, but here are just a couple - (i) Why would Nick Stahl leave his father (the usually excellent William Katt) alone just after he has seen his evil reflection in the mirror? (ii) What happened to William Katt's character? He just leaves the film and is never heard from again. Maybe he had to dash off to make another lousy sequel. Maybe he was upset at the ridiculous wig the film makers made him wear. I thought that Mirrors was an excellent horror film without succumbing to torture porn or soft porn. This is another sequel that sullies the original. Why do they bother? Oh, yes - money.
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Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
i took a big risk buying this from the states as it is not on sale in the uk on blue ray. it is a region a and my player is region b. i put in my player and it played perfect. i have just found that over 90% region a blue rays will play on uk players as they are done in ragion a,b format. that made my day as i am a big fan of the mirrors films
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Format: DVD
If you were a fan of the original starring Kiefer Sutherland then this one might come as a bit of a shock as the only real similarity with this film is that it featured the use of mirrors by an entity and our principle hero is a Night-watchman. What you could say it had more in common with plot wise was films like Stir of Echoes and Phone and whilst taking the best elements of both, the screen writing really didn't live up to what it could have been.

The plot outline was weak and some of the reasoning for vengeance against the few felt very grainy to say the least and whilst some form of retribution was demanded I would have felt some disfiguring would have been the extent as to what was required rather than full on murder torture.

Add to this that the cast performed fairly badly (possibly due to yet again poor script writing) and you were left feeling that no one really ever did anything but go through the motions leaving the Special Effects crew to pick up the shortfall with a decidedly small budget with some poorly shot angles that revealed some of the tricks.

All in this film felt sadly like a cash in on the more famous predecessor and as such proves the rule that usually sequels are inferior to the original. If you haven't seen the original then do so and wait for this one to hit the £5 budget section.
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