The Dentist (1996) – Review, Rating and Synopsis

The Dentist (1996) - Review, Rating,Synopsis

The Dentist

The Dentist is a 1996 English language horror movie directed by Brian Yuzna. The movie is produced by Pierre David under Trimark Pictures. When we consider the Casting of this movie, the lead roles are played by Corbin Bernsen, Linda Hoffman, while the supporting cast includes Michael Stadvec, Ken Foree. Coming to the Important Crew: Music is composed by Alan Howarth, while Brian Yuzna has provided the screenplay.

  • Release Date:  1996
  • Genre:  Phobic
  • Director:  Brian Yuzna
  • Screenwriter:  Charles Finch, Dennis Paoli, Stuart Gordon
  • Cast & Crew: Corbin Bernsen, Linda Hoffman, Michael, Ken Foree, Tony Noakes, Molly Hagan, Patty Toy, Jan Hoag, Virginya Keehne, Earl Boen, Christa Sauls, Mark Ruffalo, Lise Simms, Joanne Baron, Brian McLaughlin

The Dentist (1996) Rating:

The Dentist is one of the most popular horror movies in the year 1996. This movie has received a mixed reaction. Here you will see how the critics have rated this movie.

  • Dylan who is one of the known critics in the industry has rated this movie 5 / 10;
  • Simina = 6 / 10
  • IMDb = 5.2 / 10;
  • Rotten Tomatoes = 2.9 / 10;

The Dentist (1996) Synopsis:

Dr. Alan Feinstone is a rich and successful Beverly Hills dentist. Thereee’s only one problem, he’s insane. Dr. Feistone loves perfection, and he expects it of everyone. Unfortunately, no one is perfect. This unacceptable fact annoys the good doctor and leads him to commit his one small imperfection: murder.

The Dentist (1996) Review:

The movie is based on a nice innovative concept that is something we pretty much all fear….the dentist! From that, the movie could have been so good! The main actor (the dentist) plays well and you really get to live through his descent into madness as he gets hallucinations. The camera effects are noticeably nice.

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