Things haven't been the same for Megan since her father died. Her mother has become a whore, she's moved into a house she can't stand to be in with her bedroom being her only haven, and to make matters worse, she is picked on severely by preps in her new school.
Megan keeps to herself and manages to befriend one person, Nicole.
What the girls don't know is that the house Megan moved into has a dark history, one surrounded in mystery and splattered by the blood of the occult.
An antique mirror that Megan fell "in love with at first sight" is harbinger to a demon capable of granting your heart's desire, but with unfathomable consequences. One by one, Megan's enemies fall victim to the mirror's evil powers, and as the demon's power grows, so does Megan's weakness.
Nicole is positive that Megan is now enslaved to whatever evil might lie in that beautiful reflective glass surrounded by a twisted wooden frame, and sets out to destroy it. Because the demon doesn't just have the power to fulfill your every wish, but the ability to destroy the entire outside world as well.