Blu-ray Disc Features:
- Number of Discs: 2
- Rated: Unrated
- Closed captioning available
- Run Time: 1 hours, 52 minutes
- Video: Color
- Released: January 13, 2009
- Originally Released: 2008
- Label: 20th Century Fox
- Aspect Ratio: Full Frame - 1.33
- Aspect Ratio: Widescreen - 2.39
- 5.1 DTS HD Master Audio - English
- Dolby Digital 5.1 - French, Spanish
- Subtitles - English, Spanish, French, Cantonese, Korean - Optional
Disc 1: Theatrical Version and Unrated Version of MIRRORS
- Additional Release Material:
- Deleted Scenes (7) -
- Alternate Scenes: Ending: "Inside the Mirror"
- Trailers: MAX PAYNE, X-FILES: I WANT TO BELIEVE, VALKYRIE
- Audio Commentary: Optional Commentary by Director Alex Aja and Co-writer/Producer Gregory Levasseur on 23 Scenes
- "Reflections: The Making of MIRRORS"
- "Mythology of MIRRORS: Behind the Mirror"
- "Anna Esseker Backstory"
- Additional Interactive Features - BonusView Mode:
- Mirror Images: Picture-in-picture Commentary with Director Alexandre Aja and Co-writer/Producer Gregory Levasseur
- Picture-in-picture Scene to Storyboard comparison
- Galleries: Animated Storyboard Sequence
Disc 2: Digital Copy
Performers, Cast and Crew:
French director Alexandre Aja adds to his growing canon of horror features with this remake of the Korean feature GEOUL SOKEURO (2003). Kiefer Sutherland stars as Ben Carson, a disgraced former New York City cop who attempts to put his checkered past behind him by taking a job as a security guard. Carson is required to take the night shift in a department store in the city. The store closed down after a fire put an end to its business, and Carson soon discovers that malevolent spirits are lurking behind its walls. The spirits connect with the human world through the mirrors in the store, and when they discover Carson's presence they go after his ex-wife, Amy (Paula Patton), and his kids (played by Erica Gluck and Cameron Boyce). Carson attempts to figure out the meaning of a cryptic message carved into one of the mirrors, hoping it will save his family and cut off contact with the malignant lurking presence.
Aja successfully replicates much of the tension and edge-of-your-seat moments that he managed so skillfully in HAUTE TENSION (2003). The film begins with an unnerving set piece in which Carson's predecessor takes a shard of mirror and slashes his own throat, and it's an indication of the gore-filled fun that awaits intrepid viewers. Aja creates a palpable sense of unease by shooting dim-lit set pieces in the department store. Sutherland makes for a convincing lead in a character that closely resembles his turn as Jack Bauer in 24. There are plenty of genuine scares in the film, and the director ultimately spins MIRRORS as a cross between a psychological thriller in the vein of the POLTERGEIST movies and a no-holds-barred splatter flick.
Description by 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment:
Emmy® and Golden Globe® winner Kiefer Sutherland comes face to face with the ultimate forces of evil in Mirrors, the deadliest horror film to ever look you in the face. Kiefer stars as a security guard who is exposed to unspeakable acts of evil from the past, present and future only visible to him in the reflection of mirrors. Suddenly, his life is exposed to the evil and he must stop it before everyone he knows is dead.
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