2008-11-25 Two Front Teeth - Special Edition
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Two Front Teeth - Special Edition
Johnny Francis Wolf, Megan Pearson, Jamie Nash (Director) and David Thomas Sckrabulis (Director)
UNEARTHED FILMS
3.8 star rating (10 Reviews)
$25.00
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Studio: UNEARTHED FILMS
Format:  DVD Widescreen  (1.85:1)
Number of Discs:  1
Region Code:  1
Run Time:  75 Minutes
Rated:  Unrated (Not Rated)
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Product Description:
 
T'was the night before Christmas and Gabe Snow's in the house.........but so's Santa, a jolly 'ol blood-sucking vampire, who, with his army of demonic zombie elves, is about turn Gabe Snow's white Christmas - - blood red! Seems that our hero Gabe, a tabloid reporter haunted by his own ghosts of Christmas past, is the only one who knows the truth - that Flight 1225 was brought down one Christmas Eve by a flying creature...........with a glowing nose! And that bit of knowledge is enough to put him on Santa's list. . . . . his hit list!
 


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4.0 out of 5 stars.  Great gift!!, January 30, 2016
By Ayanna
Very cheesy movie, but that is what I wanted. This was a gift and they loved it!

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3.0 out of 5 stars.  So Bad That It's Good, September 14, 2015
By Zach Zeman
In no shape or form is this a good movie, nor does it make sense. But I had a hell of a lot of fun watching this with my friends. The level of absolute absurdity and lack of story coherence made viewing this one of my better movie watching experiences.
If you enjoy watching horrible movies and making fun of them or laughing at how bad they are, you'll have a good time.
The plot, if there really is one, is about Gabe Snow and his adulterous wife trying to fight off a vampire named Clausferatu (the name of the Tooth Fairy apparently) who decided to pretend to be Santa Claus. Oh and then the real Santa shows up and they fight. And there are ninja nuns named The Silent Knights. And there's a were-rabbit. And a severed head on a toy train. And almost 95% of the dialogue is Christmas puns. This movie's a lot of fun. I'd recommend it.

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5.0 out of 5 stars.  Five Stars, May 01, 2015
By Jessica
Gift as a joke all laughs. I don't know if they watched it yet

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5.0 out of 5 stars.  Holiday Horror Fun!, November 12, 2013
By Albertstein
From the Ninja Nuns, to the Zombie Elves, to the Clausferatu, TWO FRONT TEETH is a hysterical indie send up on Christmas horror movies. Written and directed by Jamie Nash, the writer of ALTERED, LOVELY MOLLY and EXISTS.

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4.0 out of 5 stars.  Trashy campy Christmas fun, February 12, 2013
By Becky (in Nola)
Are you tired of Scrooge and the Grinch reforming, Charlie Brown's sickly little Christmas tree becoming a miracle tree, or are you slightly sick from too much egg nog, cookies, and claymation on TV? Two Front Teeth is the perfect low-low-low budget Christmas camp.

Gabe Snow is a reporter for a National Enquirer like tabloid, out to expose the evils of Christmas. This year he finds out the evils are real, as he pursued by demonic killer elves. His wife, Noelle, is a bit of a psycho, a nice change from the scared cringing little woman. In fact, Gabe is more the scared cringing one. They set out to find someone to help them survive the night.

There are laugh out loud references to the claymation Rudolph type tv shows. Some gore but it's all cartoonish. Two Front Teeth is trashy campy straight to DVD fun.

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1.0 out of 5 stars.  What is this movie about?, December 31, 2011
By Jose Zavala
My god! I guess I made a mistake buying this movie (and paying international shipping). After seeing some vamp elves attacking people I got my peak when a relative of Dracula meets Santa for a fight!!! Too much for my critic eye!!!!!!!!!

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