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Jason Borchers <firstname.lastname@example.org>
The real-life serial killer dentist, Glennon Engleman (1928-'99), was the inspiration for the story of the film. Corbin Bernsen had previously played Engleman in the 1993 telefilm "Beyond Suspicion". See more »
Jessica's ponytail when she confronts Dr. Feinstone in the doorway. See more »
Dr. Alan Feinstone:
I, am an instrument of perfection, and hygiene. The enemy, of decay and corruption. A dentist. And I have a lot of work to do...
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An emotionally gripping and eerie film. Bernsen deserves an award of some kind for his performance. This is an excellent watch even though the finale leaves a lot to question.
I don't know about you but I found myself rooting for Feinstone for most of the movie (and not in a Jason way) because quite frankly who wouldn't lose it if they saw their wife giving a pool boy a b***job.
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