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Mirror Mirror (1990)

A teenage girl begins receiving black magic power through an antique mirror that drips blood, not realizing the mirror is controlled by demonic forces.

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... Susan Gordon
... Emelin
... Mr. Veze
Rainbow Harvest ... Megan Gordon
... Nikki Chandler
... Ron
... Charleen Kane (as Charlie)
... Jeff (as Tom Breznahan)
... Kim
... Mrs. Perlili
... Mr. Anderson
Pamela Perfili ... P.E. Teacher
... Class Smart Aleck
Traci Lee Gold ... Mary Weatherworth
Michelle Gold ... Elizabeth Weatherworth
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Shy teenager Megan moves to a new town with her widowed mother and quickly becomes the most unpopular girl in high school. But when she starts to communicate with a mysterious mirror, her tormentors begin to meet with a horrifying series of 'accidents'. Is the mirror a reflection of Megan's own inner demons... or has she unwittingly opened the doorway of the damned? Written by The Voyeur

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12 October 1990 (USA)  »

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Feature directorial debut for music video and commercial Director Marina Sargenti. See more »

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When Ron sees Nikki in the bathtub and rushes over to pull her out, it is obvious that his jeans are already wet, despite the fact that he hasn't even reached the water yet. See more »

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Followed by Mirror, Mirror IV: Reflection (2000) See more »

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the beginnings of the worst horror franchise until Lepruchaun reared his tiny lil' head
4 September 2007 | by See all my reviews

A typical Goth chick (Rainbow Harvest looking like a cross between Winona Ryder in Beetlejuice and Boy George) gets even with people she feels have wronged her with the help of an old haunted mirror that she finds in the new house she and her mom (horror mainstay, Karen Black, the only remotely good thing about this travesty) buy. The acting's pretty laughably bad (especially when Rainbow interacts with the aforementioned mirror) and there are no scares or suspense to be had. This film inexplicably spawned thus for 3 sequels each slightly more atrocious than the last. People looking for a similarly themed, but far superior cinematic endeavor would be well advised to just search out the episode of "Friday the 13th: the Series" where a geeky girl finds an old cursed compact mirror. That packs more chills in it's scant 40 minutes than this whole franchise has provided across it's 4 films.

My Grade: D

Eye Candy: Charlie Spradling provides the obligatory T&A


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