From Alexandre Aja - the director of The Hills Have Eyes comes Mirrors - a supernatural thriller starring Kiefer Sutherland as Ben Carson, a troubled ex cop who must fight to save his family from an unspeakable evil that is using mirrors as a gateway into their home.
Special Features -
Deleted and alternate scenes with optional commentary by director Alexander Aja
Reflections: The Making of Mirrors
Behind The Mirror
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Have you ever stared into a mirror long enough to not recognize yourself and feel like your reflection is staring back at you? Have you ever imagined that your reflection would do something else entirely when you've moved away? Or grinned at you? Menacingly? [Mirrors] won't help make that feeling go away. One of the best horror movies I've watched that isn't Asian. Powerful performance, great script, amazing story and one of the few movies with great effects and sets. I love special features so when this came included in the DVD I was incredibly excited. Included are commentary, deleted and alternate scenes, the making of and a brief history about mirrors, which was interesting and educational! A big recommendation for any fans of horror to own!
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