When 12-year-old Pamela goes on vacation with her family to a bed and breakfast, the girl who lives next door tells her the "true story" of the Tooth Fairy: Many years earlier, the evil ... See full summary »
When 12-year-old Pamela goes on vacation with her family to a bed and breakfast, the girl who lives next door tells her the "true story" of the Tooth Fairy: Many years earlier, the evil Tooth Fairy slaughtered a countless number of children to take their teeth, and now she has returned to kill Pamela and anyone else who gets in her way. Written by
Fun and enjoyable for fans of this sub-genre of Horror, nothing exceptionally good or bad.
Films like The Tooth Fairy are my favorite Horror sub-genre, a nice mixture of supernatural/ghosts/monsters with an "epic" legend for a background story. Therefore, I must have enjoyed it a lot more than the average viewer.
Like many other films that simply didn't shine, there's not much I could say about this one, for better or for worse. The cast and acting, the screenplay and story, the cinematography, everything wasn't half bad nor exceptionally good. The plot could have used a twist in my opinion, I always prefer twists in such films. The best thing here was the music, the main theme really was perfect for this kind of horror.
What I didn't understand was the unnecessary use of semi-gore shots and nudity. Who's ever made it a rule that Horror films had to be for adults only? The story here could have easily been suitable for today's children, so why plant this unnecessary adult content? Could have been just as good without it.
All in all, like I've said, I have no complaints and no specific compliments. I've enjoyed this film very much, yet I would understand viewers who'd find it lacking. Personally I'd happily recommend it.
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