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Mirror, Mirror IV: Reflection (2000)

As a storm rages, five desperate people are caught in the mirror's power to reveal lost souls, broken dreams, second chances, and some very strange sexual vengeance.

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Annette Cascone (story), Gina Cascone (story) | 1 more credit »
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Kim Mai Guest ... Annika
Paul Emerson Paul Emerson ... Ian
Mary Kathleen Gordon ... Aunt Mabel (as Mary-Kathleen Gordon)
Louis Ortiz Louis Ortiz ... Demon
P.J. Soles ... Annika's Mom
Krisztián Kovács Krisztián Kovács ... Chad (as Kriztian Kovacs)
Casey McCarthy Casey McCarthy ... Melissa
Jeff Garvin ... Jack "The Ripper"
Grady Lee Beard Grady Lee Beard ... Joey "Hunchback" (as Grady Beard)
Lucy Grant Lucy Grant ... Girl in bar #1
Kari Brandt Kari Brandt ... Girl in bar #2
Billy Drago ... Frederick Champion
Alice Amter ... Countess St. Croix
Krissy Sullivan Krissy Sullivan ... Monster Hand
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As a storm rages, five desperate people are caught in the mirror's power to reveal lost souls, broken dreams, second chances, and some very strange sexual vengeance.

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USA

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English

Release Date:

October 2000 (Italy) See more »

Also Known As:

Mirror, Mirror 4: Reflection See more »

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Billy Drago previously appeared in the third Mirror Mirror movie in a different role. See more »

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References Gidget (1959) See more »

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Back to Boston
Composed by Jeff Garvin
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Barely Worth Watching
10 August 2015 | by jcbinokSee all my reviews

On the upside, the movie tried to be more than a slasher film. It had some dialog that scratched at some issues having to do with the soul, greed and other human failings. But, to what end? I don't know.

The story was murky: Did the boyfriend die; did Annika die; are they all dead; am I dead; was it all a dream? In the end, it's probably not worth thinking about too hard. But, there were enough elements to make the story compelling, IMO, if it were more clear.

The things I liked about the movie were (1) the set kept shifting and giving the sense that they could never get out. Perhaps even more could have been done with that. (2) I liked the lead actress, Kim Mai Guest. She was believable, had a nice face, and some emotional range. Usually, she was the good girl, but occasionally she showed a bit of anger. Too bad this was her only movie role.


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