Mirror, mirror on the wall: what's the lamest horror concept of all? Slovenly produced, this fifth-rate spook-a-thon stirs up lots of familiar horror ingredients, but fails to season them with intelligent screenwriting or proficient direction.
In a preamble, pregnant Nicolette (Sarah Douglas) warns doubting nuns not to uncover a mysterious looking-glass; they disobey and everyone regrets it. Years later, left alone at this same convent, newly orphaned Marlee (Tracy Wells) and her traumatized brother Jeffrey (Carlton Beener) encounter
the same mirror when some visiting rock musicians insist on undraping it. The Satanic mirror releases bolts of energy, sizzling ...