From the director of The Hills Have Eyes comes the terrifying story of troubled ex-cop who must save his family from an unspeakable evil that is using mirrors as a gateway into their home.
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Rotten: Alexandre Aja keeps the suspense tight for most of the movie, only to fritter it away in an overblown ending.
- Andrea Gronvall, Chicago Reader, Monday, August 18, 2008
Rotten: This remake of a South Korean movie ultimately provides fewer scares than the average aging baby boomer feels every time they look into a reflective surface.
- Frank Scheck, Hollywood Reporter, Monday, August 18, 2008
A fairly original storyline (albeit a remake), although there are plenty of cliche moments, the film iself is slightly drawn out, but some of the creepy bits do play on your mind. A watchable film, but lacked a little scare factor that could so easily have been added, enjoyed the less predictable type of ending.
- 76Majikat, Saturday, May 14, 2011
It wasn't as scary as I thought it would be. But I'm not really sorry about that because I was afraid it was going to feed my paranoia about mirrors when it's dark in the house, and fortunately it didn't. The story is a little weak, the characters are a little shallow. But it is a good movie to watch on a Friday or Saturday night when there nothing on TV.
- Saxia, Monday, February 21, 2011