Dr. Caine, the murdering dentist from the original movie, has escaped from the mental hospital where he has been since being caught. Hoping to resume a normal life, he makes his way to a ...
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Dr. Caine, the murdering dentist from the original movie, has escaped from the mental hospital where he has been since being caught. Hoping to resume a normal life, he makes his way to a quiet Midwestern town under a false name and takes on the responsibilities of the town dentist Things are starting to look up for Caine, until the day when he catches his new love in the arms of someone else. Just as in the first movie, this sends him back over the edge and into another homicidal rampage, with his unfortunate patients bearing the brunt of his hostility.Written by
Jean-Marc Rocher <firstname.lastname@example.org>
During the filming of the scene the scene where Dr. Feinstone is digging a grave, the producer came to the director and said the home owners didn't want any digging in their garden. So they laid down a piece of plastic with a little bit dirt on it so it would look like he was digging in the garden. See more »
When Dr. Feinstone asks Robbie if he could be quiet for a while you see clearly the shadow of the camera. See more »
The 1999 UK video was cut by 51 seconds by the BBFC "to remove sadistic details". Deletions were made to close-ups of bloody detail and degrading/sadistic dialogue during the "Truth or Tooth" torture scene. The 2001 DVD featured the same cut print. See more »
Blues Guitar I
from "A Case For Guitars"
Performed by Tim Renwick
Producer - Stephen Cole
Technician - Tony Bridge See more »
Same ol' game...
...but not worse than the first Dentist. Actually, I think this sequel is even slightly better than the original (a rare thing to happen in the horror genre). Sure, there's nothing new about this film, but as I already told you: it's not worse than the first.
Dr. Feinstone (Corbin Bernsen) has escaped a mental hospital and continues his work in a small town called 'Paradise' after getting rid of the local dentist. But soon his itchy drill finger starts to mutilate his patients in another series of disgustingly elaborate drill & kill scenes.
Again, Corbin Bernsen does an excellent job as the psycho-dentist. And again, this film delivers very weird entertainment and gore galore. The ending leaves the possibility of another sequel.
If you have a slightly sick sense of humor you might like it, especially if you liked the first Dentist.
My rating: 4/10
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