Return of the Tooth Fairy (2020) reviews and overview

 
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‘Forget the pillow. She’ll help herself!’

Return of the Tooth Fairy is a British 2020 horror feature film about the return of the titular supernatural evil entity. The movie is a sequel to Tooth Fairy (2018). It was filmed as Tooth Fairy 2 and initially promoted as Tooth Fairy: The Root of Evil

Directed and co-produced by Louisa Warren (Vikings vs. Krampus; End Game; Curse of the Scarecrow) from a screenplay written by Tom Jolliffe (Amityville Witches; Scarecrow’s Revenge), the ChampDog Films production stars Jake Watkins, Katie McKenna, Chelsea Greenwood and Simon Manley. Scott Jeffrey (director of Don’t Speak; Cupid; Clown Doll; The Bad Nun; et al) co-produced.

Plot:

Fifteen years after the events of the first movie, Corey, now grown up but mentally scarred has gone to a class reunion. However, the Tooth Fairy is back, and this time… you better have flossed properly!

Reviews [click links to read more]:

“I felt the first film was as bland as they come, here though the directing seemed much better, add a serviceable soundtrack and some half-decent cinematography and you have a better movie. Tooth Fairy 2 is a giant leap up from before, yet to get the most out of it I would say that first film is required viewing.” The Rotting Zombie


It does get a lot of mileage out of the effective use of sound. But this is film not radio, showing some of the carnage helps. The real problem though is the Tooth Fairy itself. It never looks like anything other than someone in a mask. Probably a plastic one judging by the way it reflects the light. If you’re going to make a monster movie, you should at least get the monster right.” Voices from the Balcony

Cast and characters:

  • Jake Watkins … Corey
  • Katie McKenna … Jess
  • Chelsea Greenwood … Jo
  • Simon Manley … Ray / The Collector
  • AJ Blackwell … Paul
  • Venetia Cook … Hazel
  • Niru Sukanthan … Tooth Fairy

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