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DARK MIRROR
2007 / Horror
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Directed by Pablo Proenza
Written by Pablo Proenza and Matthew Reynolds
Starring Lisa Vidal, David Chisum, Joshua Pelegrin, Lupe Ontiveros, Christine Lakin and David Farkas

A photographer moves her family into a strange old house, where she discovers an alternate reality reflected in the glass, a dark reality that is closing in on her.

The following tags are associated with this movie: supernatural
Dark Mirror (2007)
Review by Michael Mahoney

5 / 10
This is a film I've seen twice before, unless my memory's failed me. While I recall liking it at least once during a previous viewing, it really doesn't hold up, and more so, Dark Mirror's really not worth the time.

The story itself has potential, but the route the movie takes hinges on incoherent. While it's not necessarily without it's charm, portions of the story aren't explained well enough to leave a positive feeling behind. As it turns out, I rather do like a scene toward the end, but then it's followed up by a shoddy conclusion.

I'm not sure exactly what it is, but I'm nowhere near wooed by Lisa Vidal's acting here. Maybe it's because she tends more to be a television actress than that of feature films (she was in both ER and starred in The Division), but she doesn't feel right for this role. That said, it may just be the iffy script, and not Vidal herself, which is believable. Christine Lakin was pretty to look at, but was pretty much pointless in the movie. Despite being one of the most important side characters, David Chisum didn't leave an impression one way or the other, which I guess is pretty telling in it's own way.

Dark Mirror isn't really a god-awful movie, but it doesn't seem like the type of film that people would proudly exclaim as original or even all that enjoyable. A lot of what was done here was done better in Dark Water (both the original and the American remake), and this movie doesn't really add that much aside from pitiful kills and an okay sequence near the end. It's not a terrible film, but after seeing it again, it's certainly not worth another view, even on a rainy day. 5.5/10 (rounded down to 5/10 to fit site's format).
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