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  • * Yellow asterisk: funny (maybe).

  • * White asterisk: expanded format.

  • * Blue asterisk: not mine.

  • No asterisk: it probably sucks.


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Mirrors 2


Mirrors 2 is the straight-to-DVD follow up to the original starring Kiefer Sutherland. Nick (Nick Stahl) is given a job at his father's work as a late night security guard to help him move on from the accident that claimed his wife-to-be. Nick starts seeing premonitions of graphic murders in the mirrors around the workplace of people who work at the building, something only he can see. Police become suspicious of him as he keeps turning up at the crime scenes after the event. It seems that these murders may be related to a missing girl and Nick, who with the help of her concerned sister Elizabeth (Emmanuelle Vaugier), begin to piece together the connections between the missing sister and the murders. Basically taking the basic plot points and pasting them into a brand new scenario, Mirrors 2 ain't exactly exciting and Nick Stahl looks bored throughout (or maybe that's his concerned face). I've gotta admit, I haven't seen the first movie, but I have seen the Korean original and was a bit so-so about that movie particularly the twin thing. I just don't think these Asian horror movie translate well when put into an American scene.

Christy Romano (collages below)

TV/Film Clips

Jennifer Lawrence and her stunt double in the trailer for the next X-Men movie


Stunt Double

Julie Benz in Dexter (s2e1) in 720p

Noelle DuBois in Night Vision (2011)

Shannon Tweed in Of Unknown Origin (1983)


Various women in recent episodes of The Girls' Guide to Depravity

Susannah Allman

Chasty Ballesteros

Meg Barrick

Rebecca Blumhagen

Katelynn Derengowski

Tessa Harnetiaux

Kirsten Koppe

Lyssa Roberts

Nicole Rodenburg