Mirrors [Blu-ray] 
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Kiefer Sutherland stars in this supernatural thriller as Ben Carson, an ex-cop who quit his job owing to post-traumatic stress syndrome, and who now works as a night security guard at an old department store that was burned out in a fire. Soon after starting the job, Ben starts to see horrific images in the store's many mirrors: weird spirits that seem intent on pursuing him and his estranged family and watching them through the medium of any nearby reflective surface. Can Ben discover the origin of these evil spirits - and reveal the story they are trying to tell - in time to save himself and those he loves?
After Switchblade Romance and The Hills Have Eyes, French director Alexandre Aja stays firmly grounded in horror territory with Mirrors. In this reimagining of a Korean horror film, Kiefer Sutherland plays an ex-cop whose home is invaded by spirits via its mirrors.
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Kiefer Sutherland plays a watchman in an abandoned department store, wandering around the old fire-damaged building with a torch. He starts to see things in the mirrors, and at first thinks that he has an overactive imagination. Things move on rapidly from there, and the film ends with a good twist. Atmospheric and well-acted, this is a very entertaining horror movie.
For those who don't know it, essentially we have here a haunted ruined department store. I know that must sound a bit corny, but it really does work. Top marks to the set designers: the burnt-out store with its ash-strewn floors and mirrors on every wall is fantastic. Kiefer Sutherland acquits himself well too in the lead role.
Extras are deleted and alternate scenes (including a revised ending) and an excellent "Making Of". It's always pretty amazing to see the amount of work which goes into making even perfectly ordinary movies. Overall, strongly recommended.
After that I almost fell asleep. It really should have been better!
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