Dark Mirror
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Dark Mirror
Bizarre occurrences plague a home, but it remains unclear if they signal a manifestation of evil or the illusory products of a woman's mental breakdown in Dark Mirror, director and co-screenwriter Pablo Proenza's tense supernatural thriller. The tale begins when a family of three -- photographer-cum-mother Deborah (Lisa Vidal), her husband, Jim (David Chisum), and their son, Ian (Joshua Pelegrin) -- move into a house with a number of oddities attached, including not only a shady history, but creepy aesthetic touches such as mirrors that reflect to infinity and panels made of beveled… More
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"Vidal sells the story of a woman who may just be going insane. She's very, very good, elevating what Proenza misses."
‑ Brian Tallerico, HollywoodChicago.com
"Hollow, dull and too obviously inspired by Asian ghost stories."
‑ Geoff Berkshire, Metromix.com
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