Pure Evil – The Dentist – By Mark Hite

Could there be anything more ungodly than the sound of the dentist

drill? Many of scarred memories have come from sitting in that chair being

looked down upon by a guy holding various instruments of pain. All this

happens while a quiet radio blasts Kenny G in the background. I have been

through it all when it comes to that torture chair. I’ve had my wisdom teeth

out while I was awake, a set of braces for 3 years, and cavities deeper than

the grand canyon. I perish the thought that I have to go in soon for a check

up. That is why for this edition of pure evil I have chosen to feature the

man who kicks the fear up a notch, The Dentist.

Corbin Bernsen, of LA Law fame, plays Dr. Alan Feinstone who happens to be a

man with big dreams. He believes in true love and has a passion for opera.

He wishes to make all preconceived notions of a dental visit into a positive

thing. Instead of fear he wants them to leave in a blissful state. He

establishes a reputable practice designing examination rooms with fun and

colorful themes.

Unfortunately all of this costs money and Feinstone’s funds deplete fast. It

gets him into some major trouble with bill collectors and to make things

worse, he is having trouble with paranoid delusions. The crטme on top of his

problems is his old ball and chain Brooke. Turns out he catches her doing

some naughty things with the pool boy.

This causes Feinstone to go off the deep end. He kills a barking dog on the

way to work, molests a customer under anisthsia, and sees insects in people’s

mouths that aren’t there. More importantly he slowly starts devising a plan

to deal with his unfaithful wife. On their anniversary he introduces her to

the new opera room at his practice. He christens the room with her blood as

he rips her tongue out. After all it was that tongue that was on the pool

boy.

After killing off the pool boy, Feinstone directs his focus to his irritating

bill collector torturing him in a most unpleasant dental way. One of his

pubescent clients comes in to have her braces removed while this is

happening. She escapes and Feinstone is taken away to a mental hospital

ending the movie.

Feinstone returned to his madness in the sequel, Dentist 2: Brace Yourself.

After escaping the mental hospital, Feinstone takes on the alias Larry Caine.

He moves to a quiet place in the Midwest and tries to put his life back

together. Things go well immediately when he meets Jamie Devers, a kind

blonde who lives in town. He rents a guest house from her and life seems to

take a pleasant turn.

However old habits indeed die hard. He visits a less than satisfactory

dentist in town and in no time kills off the dentist and takes over his

practice. Meanwhile, a mute Brooke returns and is unhappy about losing her

tongue. She hires a private investigator to track Feinstone so she can have

her revenge.

Feinstone goes back to his old ways after he kills off a drifter who

recognizes him (Clint Howard) and buries him in his backyard. Feinstone cuts

himself with razors to punish his bad side. Things develop romantically with

Jamie but once again he gets jealous when a former beau gets a little to

close to her. The paranoid delusions start up once again and Feinstone goes

crazy. Jamie distances herself for safety reasons when Feinstone goes into a

jealous rage.

In one of the most painful scenes ever, Feinstone ties down and tortures a

snooping town clerk. He drills a hole in her tooth til the nerve and

interagates her using a plaque scraper in the hole. During this Jamie’s old

lover comes in to almost save the day only to get a hammer to the back of the

head. Feinstone’s game elevates to a game called “truth or tooth” in which he

starts extracting teeth for every answer the clerk tries to dance around. In

the end, her mouth gets obliterated, novacane free no less. Brooke tries to

get her revenge only to get knocked off by the kind dentist.

Jamie returns to patch things up with him only to find two of the people she

knows dead. After almost drlling Jamie’s teeth with a power drill, Feinstone

takes several nails to the head via a nail gun. He leaves not realizing the

town folk had a surprise party planned for him.

The Dentist has yet to resurface but next time you are in that chair let

yourself think of how bad it would be if you were dealing with a lunatic.

One who would tie you up and mutilate your pearly whites with no remorse

while you look up at the blinding light. That, my friends, is known as pure

evil.

Corbin Bernsen, of LA Law fame, plays Dr. Alan Feinstone who happens to be a

man with big dreams. He believes in true love and has a passion for opera.

He wishes to make all preconceived notions of a dental visit into a positive

thing. Instead of fear he wants them to leave in a blissful state. He

establishes a reputable practice designing examination rooms with fun and

colorful themes.

Unfortunately all of this costs money and Feinstone’s funds deplete fast. It

gets him into some major trouble with bill collectors and to make things

worse, he is having trouble with paranoid delusions. The crטme on top of his

problems is his old ball and chain Brooke. Turns out he catches her doing

some naughty things with the pool boy.

This causes Feinstone to go off the deep end. He kills a barking dog on the

way to work, molests a customer under anisthsia, and sees insects in people’s

mouths that aren’t there. More importantly he slowly starts devising a plan

to deal with his unfaithful wife. On their anniversary he introduces her to

the new opera room at his practice. He christens the room with her blood as

he rips her tongue out. After all it was that tongue that was on the pool

boy.

After killing off the pool boy, Feinstone directs his focus to his irritating

bill collector torturing him in a most unpleasant dental way. One of his

pubescent clients comes in to have her braces removed while this is

happening. She escapes and Feinstone is taken away to a mental hospital

ending the movie.

Feinstone returned to his madness in the sequel, Dentist 2: Brace Yourself.

After escaping the mental hospital, Feinstone takes on the alias Larry Caine.

He moves to a quiet place in the Midwest and tries to put his life back

together. Things go well immediately when he meets Jamie Devers, a kind

blonde who lives in town. He rents a guest house from her and life seems to

take a pleasant turn.

However old habits indeed die hard. He visits a less than satisfactory

dentist in town and in no time kills off the dentist and takes over his

practice. Meanwhile, a mute Brooke returns and is unhappy about losing her

tongue. She hires a private investigator to track Feinstone so she can have

her revenge.

Feinstone goes back to his old ways after he kills off a drifter who

recognizes him (Clint Howard) and buries him in his backyard. Feinstone cuts

himself with razors to punish his bad side. Things develop romantically with

Jamie but once again he gets jealous when a former beau gets a little to

close to her. The paranoid delusions start up once again and Feinstone goes

crazy. Jamie distances herself for safety reasons when Feinstone goes into a

jealous rage.

In one of the most painful scenes ever, Feinstone ties down and tortures a

snooping town clerk. He drills a hole in her tooth til the nerve and

interagates her using a plaque scraper in the hole. During this Jamie’s old

lover comes in to almost save the day only to get a hammer to the back of the

head. Feinstone’s game elevates to a game called “truth or tooth” in which he

starts extracting teeth for every answer the clerk tries to dance around. In

the end, her mouth gets obliterated, novacane free no less. Brooke tries to

get her revenge only to get knocked off by the kind dentist.

Jamie returns to patch things up with him only to find two of the people she

knows dead. After almost drlling Jamie’s teeth with a power drill, Feinstone

takes several nails to the head via a nail gun. He leaves not realizing the

town folk had a surprise party planned for him.

The Dentist has yet to resurface but next time you are in that chair let

yourself think of how bad it would be if you were dealing with a lunatic.

One who would tie you up and mutilate your pearly whites with no remorse

while you look up at the blinding light. That, my friends, is known as pure

evil.
Could there be anything more ungodly than the sound of the dentist

drill? Many of scarred memories have come from sitting in that chair being

looked down upon by a guy holding various instruments of pain. All this

happens while a quiet radio blasts Kenny G in the background. I have been

through it all when it comes to that torture chair. I’ve had my wisdom teeth

out while I was awake, a set of braces for 3 years, and cavities deeper than

the grand canyon. I perish the thought that I have to go in soon for a check

up. That is why for this edition of pure evil I have chosen to feature the

man who kicks the fear up a notch, The Dentist.

Corbin Bernsen, of LA Law fame, plays Dr. Alan Feinstone who happens to be a

man with big dreams. He believes in true love and has a passion for opera.

He wishes to make all preconceived notions of a dental visit into a positive

thing. Instead of fear he wants them to leave in a blissful state. He

establishes a reputable practice designing examination rooms with fun and

colorful themes.

Unfortunately all of this costs money and Feinstone’s funds deplete fast. It

gets him into some major trouble with bill collectors and to make things

worse, he is having trouble with paranoid delusions. The crטme on top of his

problems is his old ball and chain Brooke. Turns out he catches her doing

some naughty things with the pool boy.

This causes Feinstone to go off the deep end. He kills a barking dog on the

way to work, molests a customer under anisthsia, and sees insects in people’s

mouths that aren’t there. More importantly he slowly starts devising a plan

to deal with his unfaithful wife. On their anniversary he introduces her to

the new opera room at his practice. He christens the room with her blood as

he rips her tongue out. After all it was that tongue that was on the pool

boy.

After killing off the pool boy, Feinstone directs his focus to his irritating

bill collector torturing him in a most unpleasant dental way. One of his

pubescent clients comes in to have her braces removed while this is

happening. She escapes and Feinstone is taken away to a mental hospital

ending the movie.

Feinstone returned to his madness in the sequel, Dentist 2: Brace Yourself.

After escaping the mental hospital, Feinstone takes on the alias Larry Caine.

He moves to a quiet place in the Midwest and tries to put his life back

together. Things go well immediately when he meets Jamie Devers, a kind

blonde who lives in town. He rents a guest house from her and life seems to

take a pleasant turn.

However old habits indeed die hard. He visits a less than satisfactory

dentist in town and in no time kills off the dentist and takes over his

practice. Meanwhile, a mute Brooke returns and is unhappy about losing her

tongue. She hires a private investigator to track Feinstone so she can have

her revenge.

Feinstone goes back to his old ways after he kills off a drifter who

recognizes him (Clint Howard) and buries him in his backyard. Feinstone cuts

himself with razors to punish his bad side. Things develop romantically with

Jamie but once again he gets jealous when a former beau gets a little to

close to her. The paranoid delusions start up once again and Feinstone goes

crazy. Jamie distances herself for safety reasons when Feinstone goes into a

jealous rage.

In one of the most painful scenes ever, Feinstone ties down and tortures a

snooping town clerk. He drills a hole in her tooth til the nerve and

interagates her using a plaque scraper in the hole. During this Jamie’s old

lover comes in to almost save the day only to get a hammer to the back of the

head. Feinstone’s game elevates to a game called “truth or tooth” in which he

starts extracting teeth for every answer the clerk tries to dance around. In

the end, her mouth gets obliterated, novacane free no less. Brooke tries to

get her revenge only to get knocked off by the kind dentist.

Jamie returns to patch things up with him only to find two of the people she

knows dead. After almost drlling Jamie’s teeth with a power drill, Feinstone

takes several nails to the head via a nail gun. He leaves not realizing the

town folk had a surprise party planned for him.

The Dentist has yet to resurface but next time you are in that chair let

yourself think of how bad it would be if you were dealing with a lunatic.

One who would tie you up and mutilate your pearly whites with no remorse

while you look up at the blinding light. That, my friends, is known as pure

evil.