A nun is essentially kidnapped at gunpoint. He comes upon a mirrored surface in the city and fails to see his own reflection as he reaches out to touch it. If you're like me--a horror fan just trying to find another movie to enjoy--then I suggest saving the money. Try this playlist: Want more Serial Killer horrors? Running time 104 minutes Country United States Language English Mirror, Mirror is a 1990 American directed by , based on a screenplay by and. The ending will leave you asking yourself what in hell just happened.
Meanwhile his family is being targeted by the demons in the mirrors. She had committed suicide with long before the car impact and thus they had actually first encountered her as a ghost at that time. However, there is an evil lurking in the mirrors, an entity he must stop to save his family. Max accepts the job and his father introduces him to the store manager Keller Landreaux; the buyer Jenna McCarty; and the vice-president of operations Ryan Parker. As a result, her family sent her to a convent, Saint Augustine's Monastery, where mirrors are forbidden. The concept behind it is interesting, but when you finally find out what's going in, you might find yourself scratching your head, wondering how it even slightly makes sense.
At the Psychomanteum the lights begin to flicker and the building begins to shake as the demons in the mirrors are released. She awakens in the room on the bed, dagger in hand, with Megan's corpse beneath her, in the same position as Mary Weatherford, having been subjected to an apparent. They go to a , Murase, to find out more about the spiritual activity that has been happening to them. Find sources: — · · · · May 2018 Ghost movies and shows can fall into a wide range of genres, including romance, comedy, horror, juvenile interest, and drama. Parents need to know that this brutal horror movie is graphically, grotesquely, and grimly violent, featuring extensive sequences of special-effects gore.
There, Jane sees photos taken by Ben, showing Adam and Bruno raping Megumi at her home before her suicide, while Ben does nothing but watch them doing the deed. Depictions of ghosts are as diverse as , , , , , and , as well as the traditional spectral spirits and other bumps in the night. » A man and his family are terrorised by a supernatural force that is using mirrors as a way access their home. Anderson, having a severe asthma attack during class. Jason Flemyng shows up for a brief moment but seems to take his pay cheque and disappear as fast as some of the eerie atmosphere. I couldn't help but thinking, throughout the movie, that this was like Jack Bauer in a Stephen King movie.
Ben pulls himself out of the rubble and stumbles out of the building. The edits included the removal of a blood splash in the opening throat slashing, shots of a burned and partially naked woman screaming, shots of a woman's jaw being torn apart, and close-ups of a neck being cut with scissors. That night, Ron is attacked by a of Nikki in his house and brutally murdered. Meanwhile, Amy discovers that Mikey is missing at home and a thin reflective layer of water is completely covering the floor. Overall, Kiefer leaves his mark and it may not be the most original horror but at times it is certainly is creepy, not since Poltergeist and Poltergeist 3 have mirrors been so chilling. I'm selling it as soon as possible.
Ben wanted her to return to the location of the old hospital with him, but she refuses and he takes her by force. Meanwhile, as Megan becomes drawn to the mirror in her room, she's plagued by bizarre incidents at home; her mother's dog mysteriously dies, she's visited by a gruesome apparition of her dead father, and the mirror begins inexplicably dripping blood. The film was originally scripted as a straightforward remake of the 2003 horror film which is rated 15 by. For the entire nine-film series featuring , see franchise. Storyline: After a beloved King vanishes, his ruthless wife seizes control of the kingdom and keeps her beautiful 18-year-old stepdaughter, Snow White, hidden away in the palace. Megan becomes convinced that the mirror is responsible for a series of misfortunes involving those around her, including Charleen experiencing a massive nosebleed in the cafeteria, and her teacher, Mr.
Despite a generally negative reaction, the film was a box office success grossing nearly 6 times its budget. After his sister is horrifically killed, Ben tries to break the mirrors in the old department store but they won't break. Do violent horror films release negative emotional energy or create it? After finding Ron's body, Nikki receives a phone call from Megan asking her to come to her house. While travelling by car in the wilderness of the countryside, Jane accidentally hits a girl standing in the middle of the road and ends up running over her. Max has visions of a dead woman and he foresees the death of Jenna and Ryan in the mirror. Mirrors has plenty of spooks and scares and special effects; what it doesn't have is much of a plot -- or characters worth caring about.
They later start to find mysterious lights in their photos, which are identified as by Ben's assistant, Seiko Nakamura. Disclaimer Our site do not host video, music or any files on our server. Filming began on May 1, 2007, and it was released in American theaters on August 15, 2008. The last scene shows Megumi still draped over his back. For other Casper films, see the templates at the bottom of this page, the and. Realizing that the Mayflower was built on the site of an earlier hospital, Ben asks his police friend Larry to help him locate the patient-employee manifest for the hospital.
Mirrors gives Kiefer plenty to play with, but as with so many Asian horror remakes that have been spat-out recently and while Mirrors is one of the better re-workings, the story twist is something we've seen too many times. He finds out that Anna Esseker had been a patient at the hospital. I rented this and it was pretty cool but a few scenes bugged me and I kinda laughed at how fake the fire looked in one scene in particular. For the entire 18 movie series see the template below. Plot development is kind of weird, in fact it's kind of over the top not too much but it does work.
Decades later, Megan Gordon, a shy teenage , moves into the home from with her recently widowed mother, Susan. Popularised in such films as the 1984 comedy , became a hobby for many who formed ghost hunting societies to explore reportedly haunted places. Kiefer does a good and convincing job, the story is good, the filming and special effects are great. All in all I've seen iit twice and I didn't get bored with it. Constant, brutal, and explicit violence, including slashed throats seen repeatedly in close-up and later in photos ; knife wounds; flesh wounds from shards of shattered mirrors; drowning induced by unseen supernatural forces including that of a child ; a grotesque special-effects sequence in which a woman's mirror reflection tears her own jaw loose, fatally replicating the grisly wound on her real-life counterpart; a mutilated body is seen floating in a bathtub; a half-naked female burn victim seen crying in agony; several burn victims seen in supernatural visions; a psychiatric patient being manhandled and restrained; corpses being autopsied shown in great detail; a woman cut to bloody ribbons by exploding mirrors; a character battling an elderly demon-possessed woman in intense close-quarters fighting her demise includes being shot, impaled with a steam pipe, immolated in an explosion, and crushed with falling debris. He sees unexplained handprints up and down the tall mirrors, that seem to come from inside the mirror. Why does Hollywood make them, and what purpose do they serve? From the trailer I saw it had potential written all over it and things got kinda fumbled on the potential part but i still an entertaining film thanks to Keifer and Amy Smart.