Through The Looking Glass NON-US FORMAT, PAL
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Available for the first time on DVD, THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS is an award winning psychological horror in the tradition of The Shining and The Haunting.
The Artist lives alone in a foreboding old house in the country. Once prolific he is now a desperate man at odds with his work and unable to paint. When he discovers a mysterious package left on his doorstep The Artist finds a strange mirror within and soon becomes wracked by horrific visions.
Beguiled by the mirror his work becomes fuelled by the visions as he paints like never before. However, disturbing things soon begin to happen to him and those who enter the house. Escalating with each vision, every brush stroke tightens the mirror's grip on The Artist .
Can The Artists untangle himself from the mirror's creeping influence before it is too late?
Disc also includes 'Looking in the Mirror' making of documentary.
"A terrifying horror, an atmospheric shocker" - Festival Director SBFF 2007, winner of Best Horror
"This very creepy and yet beautifully shot film is not one to be watched in the dark" - Directors Live
“Through The Looking Glass is a thought provoking psychological horror-thriller, which shows that money is no substitute for a captivating story.” – Movie In Focus
"Through the Looking Glass is well-made and looks bigger than its small budget. It is properly eerie and unpredictable, very atmospheric and creepy" - The Horror Zine
"This is an intriguing film, which has some genuinely creepy scenes and lots of mood" - GRIMM Festival
"A solid 5" – Horrorphilia
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That is pretty much it for nearly an hour and a half. Not much in characters. Horror is minimal. Sound track was boring too.
Guide: Nudity (Roz Povey)