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Put A Tooth Under Your Pillow And Let The Bloodbath Begin Northern California, 1949: In the woods outside of a small town, a hideous witch lured children to her crumbling home where she stole their teeth, butchered their bodies, and cursed their souls to wander the earth forever. Decades later the house has been converted into a quaint country inn, but an untold evil remains: The witchs slumber has been disturbed, and her vengeful spirit seeks the violent slaughter of all who stay there. And for one eleven-year-old girl with a loose molar and an active imagination, the ultimate horror begins with a visit from THE TOOTH FAIRY. Chandra West (WHITE NOISE), Lochlyn Munro (FREDDY VS. JASON) and P.J. Soles (HALLOWEEN, THE DEVILS REJECTS) star in this grisly shocker written by Stephen J. Cannell that rips open the dark side of a not-so-innocent childhood legend.
Just a note- this isn't related to Dwayne Johnson's Tooth Fairy, haha. Don't make THAT mistake and accidentally pick up the wrong movie! One's a comedy, the other's a horror. Read morePublished 11 months ago by B. E Jackson
Lisa (Clare Kramer) is a stripper with stage 4 cancer. She hasn't informed her boyfriend Maxx (Matt Keeslar) who simply believes the smell and vomit is because she is a drug... Read morePublished 20 months ago by THE MOVIE GUY
Watch the first 5 minutes of this movie then shut it off. It starts out like it's going to be pretty scary but then it veers off to what seems to be an entirely different movie. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Alexis
Excellent movie and good entertainment due to its fictional contents, this could possibly occur. Only a couple of scenes were totally unbelievable.Published on February 27, 2013 by crystalblue_teacher
This movie was not what I was looking for. I thought I was purchasing the movie to go along with the book called "The Thirst"Published on June 1, 2012 by Markeita L. Graham
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These films overlap somehow in Amazon's catalogue. There's several reviews on The Tooth Fairy page regarding the movie The Thirst. There's some kind of glitch. One guy complained he ordered The Thirst and received The Tooth Fairy. Hopefully Amazon will get this straightened out.
Jun 17, 2014 by Kevin | See all 2 posts