Mirrors

Mirrors

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Mirrors
A horror remake of the 2003 South Korean murder mystery Into the Mirror, Mirrors is the second horror adaptation by French director Alexandre Aja who also helmed the recent The Hills Have Eyes update.

This stars Kiefer Sutherland as Ben Carson, an ex-cop now working as a night watch man at a department store. The store was almost burnt to the ground recently and the mirrors within seem to harbour ghastly spirits. His family are drawn into the danger, raising the stakes and requiring Ben to put a stop to the sinister goings on.
2008Rating: R16, Contains Violence, Offensive Language & Content That may Disturb110 minsUSA
HorrorRe-make
Director:
Alexandre Aja ('The Hills Have Eyes', 'Switchblade Romance')
Writer:
Alexandre AjaGr
Cast:
Kiefer SutherlandPaula PattonCameron BoyceErica GluckAmy Smart
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Reviews & comments

Flicks, Team

Flicks, Team

flicks

The most frightening thing about Mirrors is that no-one stopped production half way through and said "hold on, the film we're making seems to be a load of old toss, shall we pack up and do something else?" This is as clichéd and tedious a horror flick as you’re likely to see, and there are scenes in it which are so poorly conceived, you find yourself embarrassed for the actors.

1.0
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Dont look in the Mirror

Gruesome, scary and suspenseful, any horror buff will enjoy this film with an ending you may or may not expect . . . Thumbs up from me

4.0
0
Variety

Variety

press

Softcore horror at best, failed allegory at worst, Mirrors reflects little beyond Splat Pack auteur Alexandre Aja's desire to push his genre into less punishing and more profitable territory.

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The New York Times

The New York Times

press

A minor chiller and major downer from the talented Alexandre Aja.

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Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles Times

press

An empty enterprise that provides a few moments of goofy fun, Mirrors reflects back nothing.

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Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

press

This remake of a South Korean movie ultimately provides fewer scares than the average aging baby boomer feels every time they look into a reflective surface.

0
Flicks, Team

Flicks, Team

flicks

The most frightening thing about Mirrors is that no-one stopped production half way through and said "hold on, the film we're making seems to be a load of old toss, shall we pack up and do something else?" This is as clichéd and tedious a horror flick as you’re likely to see, and there are scenes in it which are so poorly conceived, you find yourself embarrassed for the actors.

1.0
0
Variety

Variety

press

Softcore horror at best, failed allegory at worst, Mirrors reflects little beyond Splat Pack auteur Alexandre Aja's desire to push his genre into less punishing and more profitable territory.

0
The New York Times

The New York Times

press

A minor chiller and major downer from the talented Alexandre Aja.

0
Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles Times

press

An empty enterprise that provides a few moments of goofy fun, Mirrors reflects back nothing.

0
Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

press

This remake of a South Korean movie ultimately provides fewer scares than the average aging baby boomer feels every time they look into a reflective surface.

0

Dont look in the Mirror

Gruesome, scary and suspenseful, any horror buff will enjoy this film with an ending you may or may not expect . . . Thumbs up from me

4.0
0