Dawn is an active member of her high-school chastity club but, when she meets Tobey, nature takes its course, and the pair answer the call. They suddenly learn she is a living example of the vagina dentata myth, when the encounter takes a grisly turn.
In this bizarre and darkly comic fantasy, Antonio (Sergio Rubini) is a man who was born with unusually large incisors; his freakishly huge teeth make him an outcast from his peers as a child, and he attempts more than once to break off the offending choppers. The emotionally fragile Antonio was further devastated at the age of 12 when his mother (Anouk Grinberg) died, and as a man, he's become obsessive and controlling in his relationships with women. Antonio is convinced that his girlfriend Mara (Anita Caprioli) has been unfaithful to him -- with her dentist (Tom Novembre), of course. After Antonio confronts Mara in a moment of anger, she responds with rage, and strikes him in the face with a large ashtray, breaking off one of his teeth. Antonio now must travel across the land, going from dentist to dentist in search of someone who can make a crown that will suit his extra-large smile. Denti was shown in competition at the 2000 Venice Film Festival. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi
Two young women terrorized by a group of small town psychos seek revenge on their tormentors.
After a wisdom tooth operation a man decides to let his friend pull out one of the stitches.
Things of worth are often neglected in favour of that which might be more immediately gratifying. Unfortunately, the things that are neglected are often lost forever, irreplaceable. This is the story of a man with a misguided and intense focus – one which started in his youth and carried on to old age. His life events are chronicled through the loss of his teeth – and how his obsessive efforts to amend what was damaged bring on yet further destruction.
Monkey's Teeth, a slow and ugly fairy tale based on the drawings of inmates at a psychiatric clinic where LaLoux worked.
Daisy Brown is a thirteen year old girl with an unusual condition: her teeth won't stop growing. But that's the least of her problems.
Dental hygiene: it's "the 'in' thing" for "everybody on the young side of the generation gap!" Or so hopes this desperately hip short, which deploys "acid" rock music, solarized images, freeze-frames and other mod affectations (already dated in 1973) to urge molar awareness on the modern teen scene. Why not expend the same amount of care on your choppers that our floppy-haired high school hero does on his "cream-puff dune buggy" or that his paisley-mini-dressed chick does on her hair and makeup? After all, "Tooth decay can happen even in the loveliest mouth," we're told.
A man walks down the exterior staircase of building of flats; he's dressed to go out, taking care to wrap a scarf around his neck. He pauses as he passes a small window that's about eye high. He ventures to look in, and there a young woman stands at a washbasin, drying her hair,
Daniel gets out of the hospital where he has been cured for "vampirical obsessions". But his life takes a weird turn as he transforms into a vampire and starts to kill women. Despite his young fiancee's support, Daniel's fate is definitely doomed...
An adaptation of Zadie Smith's bestseller concerning the lives of two families from as far back as the 1800s and India to late 1990s Willesden.
One winter in the 1930’s somewhere in northern Finland, a first communion ceremony is interrupted by the arrival of mobile dental surgery. All the children in the village must have their teeth replaced with sets of dentures as a communion gift to prevent future problems. The fate of Juha’s teeth seems to be sealed, unless a higher power decides to intervene…
A tough, violent cop who doesn't mind bending the law goes after a machine-gun-carrying, hunchbacked psychotic killer.
"Appropriated audio from motivational tapes and raw hewn video footage of the exploits of two punk girls creating a disturbance in an Ohio Mall (circa 1988) challenge the great society of the American heartland. A savvy examination of hard-edge adolescent aggression and an attack on "proper" codes of behavior. The future is yours." Karyn Riegel, Occularis film series program
A nuclear leak mutates the fish in the lake next to the local university. Journalism student, Lola Dent sees this story as an opportunity to make the honor list. She uses her wiles to convince a rookie harbor police officer to help her crack the case.
Eddie's fascination with his older neighbor, Chad, heightens after he spies on him in the bathroom measuring his manhood.
A beautiful diva is murdered on the set of horror director Vincent Augustine's latest film "Chapel Blood." Somewhere between the crime scene and the coroner's van, the body mysteriously disappears. Meanwhile, the city's supply of donated blood is being dangerously depleted. Suspecting a connection between the events, detectives Mike Hung and Sasha Colfax go undercover at the studio to investigate. Their attempt to crack the case quickly turns into a desperate battle for survival when they uncover an age-old war between rival vampire covens that threatens to consume humanity in a final, grisly assault of Teeth and Blood!
Randy, 8 years old, starts on a mission to lose as many teeth as possible after he finds a Barbie instead of a dollar under his pillow. Meanwhile, his mom is planning the party of a lifetime.
The parents of two young men assassinated in the drug trafficking war, looking to clean the names of their sons accused of being hired assassins armed to the teeth.
The animated shenanigans of the Rooster Teeth staff. Audio taken from the Rooster Teeth Podcast.
White Teeth is a 2002 British four-part television drama miniseries, based on the novel of the same name written by Zadie Smith. The series was directed by Julian Jarrold, adapted by Simon Burke, and starring Om Puri and Phil Davis. It was broadcast by Channel 4 over four consecutive weeks between 17 September 2002 and 8 October 2002.
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