As Ellen's paranoia increases, After a night of drunken exploits, Allison, Harris, and Kira are chased and terrorized by the ghosts of a child pyromaniac, an ax murderer, and a rapist. In a post-apocalyptic world, a small group of survivors, who call themselves Foragers, plan to rebuild civilization from their headquarters in an empty hospital based in what is left of Philadelphia. But they're soon forced into a face-off war with the Rovers, another gang of survivors whom are a brutal gang of cannibals. As the Rovers take out the Foragers one by one, the Foragers must draw on all their resources to stay alive.
Written by Anonymous. Tooth and Nail is yet another film handling the idea of the majority of the population being killed off and the rest living in a barren wasteland. There are plenty of these films about, and most of them are better than this one as Mark Young's film adds nothing new to the concept and as such is really disappointing. The film does actually benefit from a very well done atmosphere - most of it takes place at night and the director constantly enforces the idea that the central characters are in a hopeless situation.
However, the good things about it end there.
As mentioned, the film takes place in the future and we focus on a group of people lead by a college professor that have holed up in an old abandoned hospital. Of course they plan to rebuild civilisation from the ground up; but their plan hits a stumbling block when they come across another gang of survivors. This gang calls themselves 'The Rovers' and just happen to be cannibals.
Naturally, our group find themselves on the menu and have to fight to survive. Mark Young's screenplay is really weak. The characters are all non-entities and many lines of dialogue are awful, which doesn't exactly help. The film does not feature even nearly enough tension or suspense and spends far too much time focusing on bickering within the central group; which is at times painful since none of the lead actors can act.
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Even when the film does start to feature a bit more action; it's not well filmed or exciting. Most of the cast is made up of unknown performers, but there are three exceptions, in the form of Robert Carradine, Vinnie Jones and Michael Madsen; who have small and rather ineffective roles. There are a few gory scenes in the film, but nothing to write home about. It's really a shame that the film turned out like this as while there are a lot of post-apocalyptic films about; this type of film can be really well done if handled correctly.
The ending is fairly good and the little twist at the end is nice; but overall this is not good horror and represents yet another underwhelming entry in Afterdark's '8 Films to Die For' collection. Start your free trial. Find showtimes, watch trailers, browse photos, track your Watchlist and rate your favorite movies and TV shows on your phone or tablet! IMDb More.
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Share this project Done. This fixation with flawless white teeth and a fastidiously groomed hand has been around for years. It is regularly revived by those goddaughters of dentists and manicurists everywhere, the Farrahs, Vannas and Chers. What's new, relatively speaking, is the democratization of the idealized tooth and nail.
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With a little bleach and a drop of Bondini glue, almost anyone so inclined can now procure them. The new '92 nail color is sheer and pale or light and true. The nail of choice -- oval and not too long -- is also human. It's part of the continuing back-to-natural boomlet after a decade of two-inch-long acrylic extensions. In another era she fit extensions for Diana Ross and Liza Minnelli.
Long nails get in the way now. If you have them, you need to keep nail glue in your purse.
Vartoughian, who used to take bimonthly trips to the White House to do Nancy Reagan's nails, flatly refuses to have acrylic extensions in her salon, even to repair breakage. Her advice: glue the broken nail back on you can affix it onto the edge of the original with a tweezer and a drop of Bondini glue. Jonice Padilha, of J. Sisters Salon in Manhattan, advocates an even more direct approach. If you break a nail, you cut it off. Not everyone obsessed with nails has abandoned extensions, of course.
Din insists they're as plentiful as ever, just not as long. Grace Sawicka, the manicurist at the Richard Stein Salon in Manhattan and a longtime aficionado of Develop 10 nail cream, now softens clients' hands in a homemade berry whip she blends daily from one cup of sour cream and a dozen strawberries. An old Polish recipe, she says. View all New York Times newsletters. On a more high-tech note, some salons now offer heat treatments, a super-softening ploy, usually done weekly. The hands, slathered in creams and oils, are placed in special mitts that heat to degrees, opening the pores and letting the creams penetrate the skin.
While manicurists are taking a more clinical approach -- fewer nail salons, more nail clinics -- dentists, in turn, are focusing on aesthetics with the booming field of cosmetic dentistry. Richard Price, a consumer adviser for the American Dental Association.