Annika (Kim Mai Guest) watched her boyfriend die, the victim of — you know it — the evil mirror. A year later, she thinks that she is getting the power to wish people dead, all while a homeless man keeps telling her just as strong she is and yeah, he’s the spirit of the mirror and he’s Billy Drago, but he isn’t playing the same role as the last movie.
And his name is Frederick Champion.
Director and co-writer Paulette Victor-Lifton directed and co-wrote this with Annette and Gina Cascone, who were the ones who wrote the original Mirror, Mirror. Paulette was married to this film’s producer, Jimmy Liftin, and today she has directed 17 movies and is an ADR facility supervisor on tons of big streaming programs.
How strange that the movies in this series play tag, if you will.
In Mirror, Mirror and Mirror, Mirror 2: Raven Dance, William Sanderson plays two unconnected roles.
In Mirror, Mirror 2: Raven Dance and Mirror, Mirror 3: The Voyeur, Mark Ruffalo shows up as two different people.
And now, Billy Drago does the same.
There are ravers getting killed by this mirror, which is a slasher but not really. I can’t believe that there are four of these movies but I can believe if there were five, I would be watching that movie now.
You can watch this on Tubi.