MIRROR, MIRROR earned at least one notation for the record books. Its video release, following a scanty theatrical showing, was promoted as the first genre title with a holograph on the cassette box. There in all its 3-D glory is the titular home furnishing, a ghastly specter reaching out
from its shimmery depths. The film itself has its moments, among them a diabolical trick ending, but overall the plot is a familiar riff on CARRIE and other paranormal-teen-revenge sagas.
Megan Gordon (Rainbow Harvest) is one unhappy high-schooler. Her father is dead, and her kooky mother (Karen Black) relocates from Los Angeles to a small midwestern town as therapy. A black-g...