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Teeth (2008)

Director(s): Mitchell Lichtenstein

Theatrical Release: 2008

Cast: Jess Weixler, John Hensley, Josh Pais, Hale Appleman, Ashleigh Springer, Vivienne Benesch

Genre(s): Horror, Comedy, sex comedy, teen movie

Countries: USA

Location in store: Horror

(1 / 1)
Ant Rating
Running Time: 94m.

A high-school student struggling to suppress her budding sexuality makes a startling discovery about her womanhood after becoming the victim of sexual violence in director Michael Lichtenstein's semi-surreal exploration of the vagina dentata myth. Dawn (Jess Weixler) is a proud virgin and the most active member of her local chastity group. Though she struggles with every ounce of her willpower to resist the pleasures of the flesh, Dawn finds her noble efforts to remain chaste repeatedly challenged by her disturbed stepbrother, Brad -- whose provocative advances are becoming increasingly difficult to resist. When Dawn is sexually assaulted and discovers that her vagina actually has teeth, she struggles to comprehend her anatomical anomaly while experiencing both the benefits and drawbacks of this strange new revelation. (

Member Reviews

Gruesome to the tune of the Lion King by C20005635 - November 4, 2008
Ok, so when the diagnosis shows up online, in the movie, you may find yourself singing it in place of words from a famous Lion King song.

This film is unsettling, especially for men. This is also a lot more graphic than I expected, but if you can handle it, you should see it.

My suggestion is to keep telling yourself, "it's just a movie"...