|release date||October 19 2010|
|studio||20th Century Fox|
|starring||Nick Stahl, William Katt, Emmanuelle Vaugier, Lawrence Turner, Stephanie Honore, Christy Carlson Romano, Jon Michael Davis, Evan Jones, Wayne Pere, Lance E. Nichols, Ann McKenzie, Jennifer Sipes|
|trailer 1||Trailer #1|
SynopsisWhen MAX, a recovering addict, takes a job as a night time security guard job at his father’s department store, he begins to see visions of a young woman in the store’s mirrors. Unsure whether his visions are side effects of his prescription sleeping pills or actual reality, he begins to look deeper into the source of the images in the mirrors. When employees of the store turn up dead and Max is a suspect in the murders, he must expose the girl’s connection to a scandal within the department store’s walls in order to prove his innocence and put a stop to the spirits in the mirrors.
The direct-to-video sequel is a force to be reckoned with, considering they take up a pretty hefty portion of any local rental shack’s wall space. There’s a special portion of those that I’d label “Sequels nobody ever asked for,” and considering that, I guess it should really come to no one’s surprise that someone thought Mirrors 2 was an idea worth capitalizing on. In the grand scheme of things, the original Mirrors was not exactly a complete failure, raking in $77 million worldwide, but aside for a few cool gore scenes, it’s hated by almost everyone and really, this sequel isn’t going to sway anyone one way or the other in respect to the franchise. …Read More