TOOTH FAIRY 5: PREMOLARS (2022) British horror – free to watch online

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‘The face of dental hygiene’
Tooth Fairy 5: Premolars
is a 2022 British horror film that follows the titular character’s killing spree. Also known as Tooth Fairy: Drill to Kill

Directed and co-produced by Louisa Warren (Crooked Man; Cut; Pigman; Legend of the Lizard Man; Return of Punch and Judy; Doctor Carver; Tooth Fairy: Queen of Pain; The Leprechaun’s Game; Tooth Fairy: The Root of EvilScarecrow’s RevengeVirtual Death MatchBride of ScarecrowTooth FairyCurse of the Scarecrow) from a screenplay written by Ben Daly (The Wrong House; Pigman; Krampus: The Return; Tooth Fairy: Queen of Pain).

Also produced by Scott Jeffrey (director of Don’t SpeakCupidClown DollThe Bad Nun; plus many more). Executive produced by Stuart Alson and Nicole Holland.


The ChampDog Films production stars Danielle Scott, Chris Cordell, Stephen Staley, Kate Sandison, Samantha Cull, Paula Coiz, Bao Tieu, Meg Matthews, Susan Lee Burton and Patricia Mañas.


Plot synopsis:
Sammy (Paula Coiz), a surviving teacher rejoins her colleagues back at work. After hearing some odd noises around the classrooms Sammy feels she is being watched. When she hears the familiar knocking at the door she realises her nightmare is not over.



Full film – free to watch online [1080p HD]:

Cast and characters:
Paula Coiz … Sammy
Susan Lee Burton … Psychiatrist
Samantha Cull … Tooth Fairy/Dentist
Patricia Mañas … Meg
Meg Matthews … Becca
Kate Sandison … Zara
Danielle Scott … Inas
Stephen Staley … Michael
Bao Tieu … Milos
Zuza Tehanu … Jo
Chris Cordell … Policeman
James Ashton … Radio News Broadcaster

Technical specs:
1 hour 24 minutes


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