“Reflection rejection”

Films: Mirror, Mirror (1990)

Alias: None

Type: Mystical

Location: Haunted home

Height/Weight: That of a large mirror.

Affiliation: Evil

Summary: More demon-possessed furniture! Oh the joy, oh the rejoice. Then again, they always did say that the mirror is a reflection of the soul...

History: Long ago, this mirror's previous owner killed her husband and then herself, seemingly for it. This mirror is possessed by a demon, and any unfortunate enough to own it, currently Megan Gordon, finds that it offers its owner their desires. But wishes can be murder...

Notable Kills: It makes the girl's locker room kill a girl with scalding shower water, and makes another bleed to death when it activates the garbage disposal with her hand in it.

Final Fate: After the mirrors actions keep escalating, Megan offers herself to it so that its rampage can stop. When another wishes everything was back to how it was though, it just puts her in a stable time loop. Then again, she does cover it up, so now it can't do much.

Powers/Abilities: Indestructible, and can manipulate reality.

Weakness: None.

Scariness Factor: 4-It may look like a mundane mirror, but it bleeds, cannot be destroyed, and preys on insecurities so that the death comes by in droves. Just toss it in the junkyard if you can.

Trivia: -This film was once called "The Black Glass".

-One strange real-life account of demonic possession came in the from of the 1972 case of Thomas Busby's favorite chair. Apparently, he cursed that thing to bring misfortune to any who sit on it after being committed for strangling a guy who sat on it. Now, it's in a museum.

Image Gallery

Vanity was only the first bad part.

They don't make demonic mirrors like they used to.
On the other side, a demon is getting the chair.

Sexy? Just wait a moment for the terror to begin.

In the same boat as those films? How interesting.

If a mirror is bleeding that badly, it's a sign to leave. C'mon.