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Tooth Fairy, The (abe)

2.9 out of 5 stars 49 customer reviews

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In the woods outside of a small town, a hideous witch lures children to her crumbling home where she steals their teeth, butchers their bodies and curses their souls to wander the Earth forever.

Special Features

  • Audio Commentary by director Chuck Bowman, producer/writer Stephen. J. Cannell and actor Jesse Hutch
  • "Hatchet Job: The Making of The Tooth Fairy" featurette
  • Trailer

Product Details

  • Actors: Lochlyn Munro, Chandra West, Steve Bacic, Nicole Muñoz, Jianna Ballard
  • Directors: Chuck Bowman
  • Writers: Carolyn Davis, Cookie Rae Brown, Corey Strode, Daniel Farrands, Stephen J. Cannell
  • Producers: Carolyn Davis, Daisy Marco
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
    NR
    Not Rated
  • Studio: Starz / Anchor Bay
  • DVD Release Date: August 8, 2006
  • Run Time: 89 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (49 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000FS2W1W
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #48,251 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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Whew. Where to start? I rented this for one reason only. I like Clare Kramer, and true to form, was not disapointed as she again gives a good performance. The film however is sex and gore and gore and sex. Yes I know it's rated 'R' and what was I suppose to expect? Okay, I can live with the topless pair of vampire girls who garble out some kind of speech as they run around seemingly aimlessly just causing mayhem and the gore, though excessive really didn't seem out of place considering the setting. Within all this depravity enters Lisa (Clare Kramer) who becomes the vampire with the heart of gold. Even though it's not beating, it's still a heart of gold. The depiction of vampirism as a drug type addiction was pretty cool and the spectacle of a couple vampires trying to kick the habit was my second favorite part of the film. My favorite part was the ending. After all the sex, after all the gore and the chase and the slaughter, this film ends with a tender finale that renews one's faith in the goodness of mankind. Awwww, wasn't that just so sweet? I don't think I would watch this again, but it was worth a one time viewing. Bottom line: If you're thinking about buying it, rent it first. You might love it. Then again you might just change your mind about buying it. By the way, it says that Ellie Cornell is in the cast. I love Ellie Cornell too, but I didn't see her. If I did I didn't recognize her. Oh well.
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I think this is just barely okay. I wasn't thrilled but I wasn't totally bored either. What happens when you take a drug addicted couple make them vampires and give them a brand new addiction? Here is the answer. Sometimes rude and crude, lots of gore and lots of sex too. Jeremy Sisto as the "coven" leader who is in charge of this gaggle of vamps. he is pretty good and has lots of fun changing accents thru the entire movie. My primary reason for getting this movie was for Matt Keeslar, love him to death and he just never made it and I don't know why. if you have $5 to toss away (no more) and 88 minutes that you feel you can lose, check it out otherwise you won't have missed some kind of optimal event.
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Early on in "Hatchet Job: The Making of The Tooth Fairy" featurette on this DVD the actress who plays the titular character in human form comments that this movie is not for little kids. I mention this because at one point in this direct to video 2006 horror film I was actually thinking that the best explanation for what was happening was that this was indeed a horror movie made for little kids. But that was before the combination decapitation (male) and topless (female) scene, which made it clear that they really were not making "Baby's First Horror Film," even if the ending is as family oriented as any horror film I have ever seen.

We begin back in 1949 in Northern California when Elizabeth Craven (Karin Konoval), a disfigured witch, developed the nasty habit of killing young children after they had lost their last baby tooth. Then we jump to the present, where young Pamela (Nicole Munoz) and her mother Darcy Wagner (Chandra West) are spending the weekend at the newly opened bed & breakfast of Peter Campbell (Lochlyn Munro). Of course the B&B used to be Elizabeth Craven's creepy old house and guess what happens to Pamela when she falls down and bangs her face? You get the general idea, which is really all you are going to get because it was never clear to me why killing kids after taking their last baby teeth was so important to the old witch. Pamela makes friends with Emma (Jianna Ballard), who is obviously a ghost. This matters because since Pamela is the only real kid around the Tooth Fairy is going to have to start taking out the adults at the B&B (which includes a brief appearance by P.J. Soles from "Halloween").
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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. The two movies are extremely different and it wouldn't be very pleasant if say, you bought this movie by mistake for your child as a Christmas present and he or she found out the hard way.

This movie is downright strange in many different ways. The writing itself is strange. Calling it "The Tooth Fairy" is too basic of a name. It should have been called something more appropriate like, to give one example, "The Witch Fairy!" Or "The Tooth Collector". Just calling it the Tooth Fairy is too bland. It's about a family out in the country who discover from their spooky-clichéd lady neighbor that they live in a dangerous house where a tooth-collecting witch once lived, and she's returned so all their lives are in danger. It just so happens the young daughter Nicole Munoz still has a few baby teeth making her a perfect candidate!

This movie is filled with questionable moments and many of them don't make much sense to me. For one thing when the mother (played by Chandra West) and her daughter Nicole Munoz stop at a gas station, the two scummy men who work there immediately give the mother a hard time and proceed to rape her while the daughter stands by the car door and watches this puzzling bit of storytelling unfold which is quite the intense and surprising moment for one thing, however when they arrive to Chandra's husband (or ex-husband's) house played by Lochlyn Munro she explains what happened when he notices her window had been knocked out by the gas station workers after she managed to escape the rape and drive away. But he... doesn't seem to care at all.
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