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Dr. Feinstone has everything, a beautiful wife and a successful career in dentistry, but, when he discovers his wife in an affair, he realizes that behind every clean, white surface lies the stench of decay. Having gone insane, he enacts cruel dental torture on his patients.Written by
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The real-life serial killer dentist, Glennon Engleman (1928-1999), was not the inspiration for the story of the film, the idea for this movie came from Mark Amin and was written by Charles Finch, Stuart Gordon and Dennis Paoli. However, Corbin Bernsen had played Engleman in Beyond Suspicion (1993), but has nothing to do with this movie. See more »
(at around 29 mins) While starting to do a filling on April, Dr. Feinstone started up the handpiece (drill). The sound it made was that of a high speed handpiece, yet what he had in his hand was a slow speed handpiece. See more »
Just go on back and let him know you're next.
Hi, remember me?
[puts money into Sarah's hand]
She's been waiting an awfully long time already.
Yeah, two years and one day!
Kid, you'll understand. See, Dr. Feinstone can't keep me waiting. It's in his own interest. Or... do we start the audit now?
Look Mr. Goldblum... I...
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Lead Assistant ... Shea "Blood Guy" Clayton. See more »
I don't know how to describe this movie. It's definitely one of the weirdest movies I've seen in a long time. It is very unsettling at times but also boring in other places. The scenes of dental torture are very elaborate and may attract anyone who's into gore & splatter. I found myself holding my teeth during some of the aforementioned scenes. The clever thing about the movie is that it plays with our fears and The Dentist is therefore quite unsettling.
The humor of the film is somehow hidden and may not be recognized by everyone. But if you're a fan of weird and strange entertainment and teeth getting drilled to dust this is just the film you were looking for.
If you read the comment and feel somehow attracted by this kind of entertainment, give it a try!
My rating: 4/10 (maybe a little too weird for my taste)
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