We recently reviewed Netflix’s Night Teeth, (link after the jump), and now it’s out!
The vampire film, directed by Adam Randall (I See You), and written by newcomer Brent Dillion, has spawned some divisive opinions on whether or not it was good.
“Night Teeth” (2021)
A new Netflix “attempt” on the vampire genre. Two vampiress and some sort kf gang war. The story was a little slow honestly. A decent watch for those who want to pass time. 6.8/10— Nicko Rodriguez (@Kino_Lone) October 20, 2021
Last night’s new watch was NIGHT TEETH, a total letdown. Sigh. Working on my review but the biggest takeaway? This movie is just dull dull dull despite each scene’s music-video-slick flashiness (and does certain performers dirty). pic.twitter.com/pJf74bWk8F— Do-Nat-Bro-Bomb Party Massacre III (@DoNatoBomb) October 17, 2021
There were a lot of posts on Twitter and a few articles denoting the severe lack of Megan Fox in the film (something that took me by surprise as well), as the trailers seemed to mislead us all into thinking there was more of her than there was.
If you want a little more with your vampire fare, this may not be the movie for you.
As for us, we can overlook the lack of Megan Fox and lack of explanation for an (see our review linked above) exposition-less jaunt through a new vampire on-screen world for 1-hour and 48-minutes, where the word “vampire” isn’t uttered once. (Seriously, what was up with that?) But that’s because we were dying for some new vampires on screen. This scratched that itch…a little and we were satisfied.
“Night Teeth” Synopsis:
A college student moonlighting as a chauffeur picks up two mysterious women for a night of party-hopping across LA. But when he uncovers their bloodthirsty intentions – and their dangerous, shadowy underworld – he must fight to stay alive.
You can watch Night Teeth right now on Netflix.