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Movie: Mirrors 2 (2010)

The Terror Lives On

Mirrors 2 (poster title: MIRЯORS 2) is a 2010 sequel to Alexander Aja's 2008 movie Mirrors, which is a remake remake of the 2003 successful South Korean horror movie Into the Mirror.

Synopsis: Max Matheson (Nick Stahl) is still recovering from the traumatic loss of his fiancee in a car accident. When his father reopens Mayflower Department Store (the same building from Mirrors), he agrees to take up the job as the store's new nighttime security guard.

Not long after he starts working, he begins to see visions of a missing girl in the store's mirrors and grotesque images of his co-workers' gruesome deaths. Max soon realizes that he can see the missing girl, Eleanor Reigns (Stephanie Honoré Sanchez) who was one of Mayflower's employees. Desperate to find out the reason, he contacts her sister Elizabeth Reigns (Emmanuelle Vaugiér). Together, they begin to solve the mystery of Eleanor's bloody haunting and vengeance.

This movie is significantly influenced by Asian horror movies.
According to Korean superstitious beliefs, a mirror is a portal to the world of the undead. When a person is brutally murdered in front of a mirror, his or her soul will be trapped inside the mirror, causing restlessness until they manage to exact revenge on those who are responsible for their death.

Nothing much to shout about this movie except for good special effects, which I'd say the only key strength of this movie. Storyline wise, I still think the first Mirrors fares much better. Mirrors 2 is too much of a no-brainer with some gory-fied moments to keep the audience on the edge. Well, no harm watching it though, especially for horror movie fans.

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