Mirror Mirror 2: Raven Dance (1994) (BLU-RAY REVIEW)

Mirror Mirror 2: Raven Dance (1994) (BLU-RAY REVIEW)

Mirror Mirror 2: Raven Dance (1994) (BLU-RAY REVIEW)

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Mirror Mirror 2: Raven Dance (1994) (BLU-RAY REVIEW)
DIRECTED BY: Jimmy Lifton
Starring: Tracy Wells, Roddy McDowall, Sally Kellerman
AVAILABLE FROM Dark Force Entertainment

A mysterious mirror is found hidden in a church orphanage, yet few realize its legacy of evil. When an innocent teen discovers that she is being stalked by her evil stepsister, the mirror’s demonic power is again unleashed. As the mirror gains strength from the blood of the damned, the ultimate battle between good and evil begins.

Mirror, Mirror 2 doesn’t really have a thing to do with the original film besides the fact we have that darn spooky mirror in it and causing all sorts of havoc for the other people in the film. Given the full title of Mirror, Mirror 2: Raven Dance and simply called Raven Dance on the title card, this movie takes the action inside a church orphanage where an evil spirit inside the mirror is now stalking the teen we are following around this time. It all kicks off with the mirror doing in an annoying band that leads to our lead having eye trouble and also leads to her having her evil step-sister she doesn’t like the plot on her with their evil lawyer (Roddy McDowall here of Fright Night fame) tries to help her make things even worse. I have to admit, for a 1994 horror movie I did find it way more enjoyable than you would probably think I would. But it was fun.

Showing that not every movie has to be perfect to give you a good time Mirror, Mirror 2 is by no means what you’d call a “good” movie but it’s an entertaining movie none the less. It’s a movie that you don’t have to ever really take seriously and that’s probably one of the bigger plus sides of it. This thing can be a bit goofy at times, but it’s still fun and with that, I’d recommend it. I don’t think it’s as good as the original but taken as it is and without holding in too high of regard this is a movie that can give you a fun time and one where you can relax and just take things for how they are given. It’s a bit “out there” from time to time, but has some cool moments and has a lead that I think is better than she’s given credit to by most.


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