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A young girl witnesses her brother murder a man through a reflection in a mirror. Twenty years later the mirror is shattered, freeing his evil spirit, which seeks revenge for his death. Written by
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[Noticing that Lacy is still nonchalantly preparing dinner, not realizing she's been possessed]
Lacy, what are you doing?
I'm fixing supper dear.
Lacy Ernest and Helen are DEAD!
Ah that makes dinner for four. Father Reilly, you're staying, aren't you?
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Ulli Lommel directed this rancid little horror film about a couple of kids who kill their neglectful mother's abusive boyfriend. Years later the now grown kids, the boy now a mute man, the girl now a somewhat hot woman, return to their childhood house to find that the bedroom mirror has become possessed by the evil that it witnessed all those years ago. Poor poor Ulli, he's to horror films as Uwe Boll is to video game adaptations and while this film is miles above the utter drivel he'd later churn out, that's a sad testament to how awful he's gotten at writing rather than a praise of this one. As apart from one bizarre yet amusing death sequence, this movie is simply unwatchable.
My Grade: D-
Where I saw it: Fearnet on Demand
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