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|Rating:||R (for disturbing sequences involving sexuality and violence, language and some drug use)|
|Directed By:||Mitchell Lichtenstein|
|Written By:||Mitchell Lichtenstein|
|In Theaters:||Jan 19, 2007 Wide|
|On DVD:||May 6, 2008|
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Critic Reviews for Teeth
As amateurishly made as it is, Teeth runs on a kind of angry distrust toward boys.
I'm not sure I've ever seen rape, incest or abuse dealt with so vapidly.
Whether you view it as a primordial image from the collective unconscious or a practical warning against promiscuity, vagina dentata makes an indubitably memorable impression -- and an ideal premise for a tongue-in-cheek teen horror movie.
Given how thoroughly all the subtext spells out the message, then, it seems unnecessary to make the actual text so raw, grotesque and graphic.
Given how thoroughly all the subtext spells out the message, then, it seems unnecessary to make the actual text so raw, grotesque and graphic. Granted, a horror movie about vagina dentata was probably never destined to be tasteful, but Lichtenstein's comp
Audience Reviews for Teeth
A young woman raised in the shadow of a nuclear plant develops an additional set of bony formations, making her puberty ripe for film treatment. Firmly based in a fear of women it makes for some gruesome teenage horror shocker viewing. There's some little comedy too, to lighten the sting. Interesting.
A teenage girl who is active in the abstinence movement discovers she has fangs in her hoo-ha, much to her would-be lovers' misfortune. It would be hard to find a proper tone for this ridiculous premise; writer/director Mitchell Litchenstein decides to play it as a straight horror film, with mixed results.
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