mirror scares

It's been just over two years since we lampooned "Mirrors" on the podcast, citing major failures in nearly every department. Except for Kiefer Sutherland's hilarious 24-esque peformance, there was almost nothing of note aside from a few tense moments and jump scares. With the way that the film was received, it would seem that there was no reason for a sequel, especially one that was lacking its only notable characteristic (Hint: It has a permanent 5 o'clock shadow).

Who doesn't love a good mirror scare? It's a staple of horror movies, like people tripping while running in the woods or girls with large implants getting naked. If there's a mirror somewhere you know it's going to happen yet there's still a 99% chance you'll get scared. Pansy.

Think I'm fibbing? Well Fourfour has put together a four minute complication of some of their favorites. I have to admit even though I knew it was coming the "Candyman" one still got me. How dare you call me a liar.