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Director:
Writers (WGA):
Stephen J. Cannell (teleplay) and
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Release Date:
8 August 2006 (USA) See more »
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Put a tooth under your pillow and let the bloodbath begin.
Plot:
When 12-year-old Pamela goes on vacation with her family to a bed and breakfast, the girl who lives... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Really not a well made film but it's effective with its horror. See more (31 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)

Lochlyn Munro ... Peter Campbell

Chandra West ... Darcy Wagner

Steve Bacic ... Cole

Nicole Muñoz ... Pamela Wagner

Jianna Ballard ... Emma

Carrie Fleming ... Star Roberts

Peter New ... Chuck

Jesse Hutch ... Bobby Boulet

Ben Cotton ... Henry

Sonya Salomaa ... Cherise

Karin Konoval ... Elizabeth Craven
Sam Laird ... Austin Carter

P.J. Soles ... Mrs. MacDonald
Peter Wong ... Tooth Fairy
Peng Zhang Li ... Tooth Fairy (as Peng Zhang)
Ming Jian Huang ... Tooth Fairy
Aaron Au ... Tooth Fairy
Micki Maunsell ... Maude Hammond
Brent Chapman ... Chief Claude

Madison J. Loos ... Donnie Carter (as Madison Loos)

Kurt Max Runte ... Cabbie
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Robbin MacDonald ... 4 Goalies (uncredited)
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Directed by
Chuck Bowman 
 
Writing credits
(WGA)
Stephen J. Cannell (teleplay) and
Corey Strode (teleplay) &
Cookie Rae Brown (teleplay)

Daniel Farrands (story) &
Carolyn Davis (story)

Produced by
Stephen J. Cannell .... producer
Randy Cheveldave .... line producer
Carolyn Davis .... co-producer
Michael Dubelko .... producer
Daniel Farrands .... co-executive producer
John W. Hyde .... executive producer
Scott Levitta .... co-producer
Daisy Marco .... co-producer
Shane A. Walsh .... producer
 
Original Music by
Richard John Baker 
Jon Lee 
 
Cinematography by
David Pelletier 
 
Casting by
Dean E. Fronk 
Donald Paul Pemrick 
Maureen Webb 
 
Production Design by
Paul Joyal 
 
Art Direction by
Laurel Bergman 
 
Set Decoration by
Francesca Dappen Courtois 
 
Costume Design by
Angelina Kekich 
 
Makeup Department
Honey Dawn Faircrest .... hair stylist
John L. Healy .... special makeup effects artist (as John Healy)
Kathy Howatt .... hair swing
Kathy Howatt .... makeup swing
Joanne Kinchella .... key makeup artist
 
Production Management
Stacey Jade Smart .... executive in charge of production
Nancy Welsh .... production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Neil Allan .... trainee assistant director
Bonnie Benwick .... first assistant director
Paul Garrison .... second assistant director
Bryant Marshall .... third assistant director
 
Art Department
Gina Doty .... lead set dresser
John Iannone .... set dresser
Patrick Jennings .... on-set dresser
 
Sound Department
David S. DiPietro .... foley mixer
Paul Drenning .... adr mixer
Stephen Fitzmaurice .... sound re-recording mixer
Mark Lanza .... supervising sound editor
Marla McGuire .... adr editor
Paul Novokshonoff .... boom operator
Vic Radulich .... dialogue editor
Steven Weakes .... sound mixer
 
Special Effects by
Gideon Hay .... special effects makeup
Gary Paller .... special effects coordinator
 
Visual Effects by
Christian Bloch .... visual effects
Matt Scharf .... visual effects producer
Genevieve West .... visual effects producer
Jason Michael Zimmerman .... digital compositor
 
Stunts
Aaron Au .... stunt double
Lou Bollo .... stunt coordinator
Mike Carpenter .... stunt double
Ali Dunn .... stunt double
Connor Dunn .... stunt double
Jim Dunn .... stunt coordinator
Rikki Gagne .... stunt double
Dave Hospes .... stunt performer
Gerald Paetz .... stunt double: Lochlyn Munro
Peng Zhang .... stunt double
 
Camera and Electrical Department
John Brown .... lamp operator
Geoff Dane .... generator operator
Krista Stumph .... assistant camera
Jeff Weddell .... still photographer
 
Casting Department
Colleen Bolton .... casting associate (as Colleen Rogers)
Anya Gadison .... extras casting assistant
L.A. Hilts .... extras casting (as Leslie Ann Hilts)
Chandler Poling .... casting assistant
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Tanya Lipke .... costume supervisor
 
Music Department
Michael Lloyd .... music supervisor
 
Transportation Department
Lorenzo Furlan .... unit driver
 
Other crew
Paula Bonucchi .... script supervisor
Blaine G. Houserman .... production accountant
Tina Milo Milivojevic .... stand-in (as Tina Milo)
Michael E. Morales .... production legal counsel
Anita Neufeld .... assistant coordinator
Theresa Peoples .... creative executive
Andrea Sunderland .... production coordinator
Denise Szabo .... craft service
Denise Szabo .... first aid
 

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89 min
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Certification:
Australia:MA | Canada:18A (Manitoba) | Canada:14A (Ontario) | Canada:13+ (Quebec)

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Anachronisms: At the beginning of the movie, supposedly set in 1949, the front door has a modern deadbolt in addition to the normal lock.See more »
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1 out of 1 people found the following review useful.
Really not a well made film but it's effective with its horror., 2 July 2011
Author: Boba_Fett1138 from Groningen, The Netherlands

This is a very low budget horror flick, with a cheap look to it and some simple writing and characters. However when it comes down to its horror elements, this movie is being surprisingly effective, which is the reason why I couldn't hate on this movie, no matter how bad or silly things could get at times.

Perhaps it's simply because I have seen far worse but as an horror lover I was definitely pleased enough with this movie. It seems to have what so many other modern horror flicks are lacking; some actual good horror. It sounds strange but the Tooth Fairy character is being one great murderous and monstrous character in this movie. But why the tooth fairy looks and sounds like a guy, even though she is clearly said to be a female movie in this movie, is still beyond me. But nevertheless the character provides the movie with all of its suspenseful moments, as well as its most brutal ones. Yes, this movie is actually surprisingly gory and graphic, despite it not being the most convincing gore you'll ever see.

It's all really the reason why this movie is such a perfectly watchable one, since the movie really doesn't have an awful lot else going for it. Clumsy directing, bad writing, flat characters, bad acting. it's a movie that is being filled with some bad and silly moments but it yet really isn't one that ever bores or annoys you. You just go with the flow of this movie and when doing so you will start to appreciate it for what it is after a while, even with all of its flaws and weaknesses.

The movie made me wonder about one thing though; why do horror movies so often feel the need to have a young child character in it? Just look at all of the horror movies made in the past 40 years or so. Really a lot of them feature a kid in a prominent role in it. Is this a trend that first started out with the success of "The Exorcist"? But what is the entire idea and logic behind it? It would be an interesting subject for a study. But anyway, nothing wrong with kids in horror movies, only problem is that child actors just aren't often among the best ones. Also the moments with the kid in this movie are definitely among the more bad and silly moments of the movie. Seriously, this kid is doing stuff no normal kid would ever do in a situation like this and also the parents handle it in a completely awkward and unlikely way, that constantly puts the kids life at danger.

You could talk bad all you want about this movie and also for a good reason but to me this movie still remained an effective horror, that delivered within its genre, more so than most other modern genre attempts.

6/10

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