The 20th Century Fox have come out with a behind-the-scene featurette of 2003 South Korean horror film's remake exposing the on-set location and character description by Kiefer Sutherland.
Before a trailer of Alexandre Aja's latest horror thriller is presented online, the 20th Century Fox have brought forwards first a featurette for "Mirrors" to be watched on the Internet. The featurette exposes literally behind-the-scene footages of the remake movie and is also aided with some explanation about the movie and main character by its star Kiefer Sutherland.
The slightly less than three-minutes video does not show any frame from the flick, instead it displays the footages from the on-set filming. Through this featurette, one can see the abandoned department store's set and the mirror that become the center of the story as well as a few raw footages of Sutherland's part. The video is also accompanied with Sutherland's description of his character that helps one to get the idea of the storyline.
From the man who brought French slasher thriller "High Tension", Alexandre Aja, comes "Mirrors", a remake of the 2003 South Korean horror film "Into the Mirror". The horror thriller resolves around Ben Carson, a former New York police detective turned Mayflower department store's head of security. Carson is hired to secure the burned down store until the investigation over the incident is completed. But, during his work there, he discovers a mirror which reflects the worse out of people looking into it. The tidbit will scare moviegoers nationwide on August 15.
"Mirrors" Behind-the-Scene Featurette: