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Mirrors [Blu-ray] [2008]

  • SKU: 30962395
  • Release Date: 06/07/2016
  • Rating: R
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    Overview

    Ratings & Reviews


    Overall Customer Rating:
    100% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (19 out of 19)

    Special Features


    • Animated Storyboard Sequence
    • Anna Esseker Hospital Footage
    • Behind the Mirror Featurette
    • Bonusview: Mirror Images: Picture-in-Picture with Commentary by Alexandre Aja & Gregory Levasseur, Storyboard-to-Science Comparison
    • Deleted Scenes and Alternate Ending with Optional Director's Commentary
    • Includes Both the Theatrical Version and Unrated Version of the Film
    • Reflections: The Making of Mirrors Shockumentary

    Synopsis


    Mirrors
    Kiefer Sutherland stars as an NYPD detective-turned-security guard who discovers something sinister lurking in the mirrors of a fire-damaged department store in Haute Tension writer/director Alexandre Aja's menacing study in the origins of evil. It's been just about a year since mercurial police detective Ben Carson (Sutherland) was suspended from the NYPD for the fatal shooting of an undercover officer, and ever since that fateful day he's been locked in a self-destructive spiral of anger and alcoholism. Increasingly isolated from his wife and kids, Ben spends most nights crashed-out at his sister Angela's (Amy Smart) apartment in Queens. But Ben hasn't given up hope just yet, and in order to get his life back together and prove that he's still capable of supporting his family he takes a job as the night watchman at the Mayflower department store. The Mayflower used to be a lavish symbol of inner-city prosperity, that is, until a raging inferno gutted the building while claiming numerous lives in the process. These days, the Mayflower is a scorched reminder of human misery, the ornate mirrors therein reflecting a suffering so profound that it begins to wear on Ben's already-fragile psyche. Not only that, but whatever force dwells behind the shimmering glass seems to have gained the power to alter reality as well. After Ben gazes into the mirrors and sees a vision of himself being relentlessly tortured, he is horrified to experience violent convulsions, spontaneous bleeding, and frightening asphyxiation. And while his sister is always willing to lend a sympathetic ear, she chalks the anomalies up to an unusually potent mix of stress and anxiety. Unfortunately for Ben, his estranged wife, Amy (Paula Patton), isn't nearly as forgiving. A prosaic NYPD medical examiner who has seen her fair share of tragedy, Amy fears that Ben's erratic behavior could be placing their children in danger. Later, as Ben begins to draw connections between his increasingly gruesome visions and a former Mayflower security guard who vanished without a trace, he begins to suspect that an unimaginable evil is using the mirrors as a gateway into the real world, and that his family is in mortal danger from forces beyond their realm of understanding. Perhaps if he Ben can manage to convince Amy that their children's lives are at risk, he can summon the courage to face the greatest evil he has ever known. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

    Cast & Crew


    • Kiefer Sutherland
      Kiefer Sutherland - Ben Carson
    • Paula Patton
      Paula Patton - Amy Carson
    • Amy Smart
      Amy Smart - Angela Carson
    • Mary Beth Peil
      Mary Beth Peil - Anna Esseker
    • Cameron Boyce
      Cameron Boyce - Michael Carson



    Customer rating

    Rating 4.3 out of 5 stars with 19 reviews

    100%
    would recommend to a friend
    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Suspenseful

      Posted
      BohemianJenn

      I first saw this out in theaters, and was blown away by the suspense and original storyline. While the main idea can be seen as a little unbelievable, keep in mind one does not know what is out in the world until one experiences for themselves. Personally, I have an open mind, so the story sold me. Not only that, but I love to watch Sutherland's performances - wide range, he has - especially in a thriller so as this. Though we only really heard his voice in "Phonebooth," he was still chilling in that & it's great to see him in another thriller, and this time get to see him. Last thrill I had from a movie was "Silent Hill," so it's good to feel that startling feeling again. Well done. Overall, the movie's great & I recommend especially for thrill seekers.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Intersting concept

      Posted
      ferrari888889
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      This is one of those movies that you will want to watch again and agian. The movie concept starts with keith getting a job as security for a firm that is watching over a building that has cought fire. However when he goes to investagate the builinding in his shift he finds somthing startling, the hand prints on the glass are not on the outside. Skiping forward an obsession insues with building as he trys to discover the truth that the building has locked away inside of it. Finally toward the end he discovers the secrets and it sets you up for an ending that you will never see comming.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Excellent horror movie!!!

      Posted
      redandblack6s

      My wife and I saw this film in the theater and again when the unrated version came to DVD. (Of course , the unrated was better.) We loved it both times. You know a horror movie's good when you watch it a second time and it still get's you. This movie is very creepy, very intense, and has a great twist at the end. The plot is great, very unique, and the acting was excellent. You couldn't ask for a better horror movie! I highly recommend it! Also, if you like this, you should definitely watch A Haunting in Connecticut!

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      PREETY SCARY

      Posted
      ZOMBIZZOL29

      THIS MOVIE WAS AN UGLY SCARY KIND OF MOVIE-IT HAD DEMONS AND SPIRITS AND GHOSTS AND EVERYTHING HORRIBLE-THE UGLY CHARACTERS WERE SCARY!!IT WAS REALLY GOOD EXCEPT FOR THE HARD TO FOLLOW STORYLINE-EVEN AFTER IT WAS OVER I WAS STILL CONFUSED-I GUESS IF YOU DON'T PAY TOO MUCH ATTENTION YOU WILL ENJOY IT MORE-DON'T TRY AND UNDERSTAND IT JUST ENJOY IT-IT WAS SCARRRRRY!

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Creepy with Plenty of Scares

      Posted
      DustinLH00
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      This movie kept me alert throughout with a few good jump scares. The mirror mythology is creepy and fun and the set is amazing, an abandoned department store. The ending got a bit far out there and predictable, but overall it was a good movie.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      cree-pay

      Posted
      ChEeSeCaKeS

      great horror flick and plot.good to bring for a night with friends or a calm night with a loved one.they movie started out strong with the death scenes but kinda dwindled towards the end.but overall great movie!

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

      Entertaining

      Posted
      ldcsac
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      Picked this up because I had been meaning to watch it and it was on sale for pretty cheap. Not a fantastic film, but enjoyable nonetheless.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Mirrors

      Posted
      Cissin
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      Weird movie. It caught my eye while browsing Best Buy. Love collecting Blu-Rays. Wasn't a bad movie. Check it out if the price is right.

      I would recommend this to a friend



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