NIGHT TEETH: Here’s What Goes Behind the Scenes of Making a Vampire Thriller

NIGHT TEETH: Here’s What Goes Behind the Scenes of Making a Vampire Thriller

Even the smallest details about a movie will excite the movie buffs, and what is better than a behind-the-scenes video. Fans are always ready to enjoy bloopers, behind-the-scenes gossip, and deleted scenes of a movie. Netflix has obliged the fans by uploading the Night Teeth behind-the-scenes video on YouTube.

The postproduction magic and fan reactions

The video features a handful of scenes before and after color correction and grading. One enhances the film’s natural appearance, while the other stylizes the footage. Thus, highlighting how much impact a good cinematographer can have on a movie. The sound design also changes when you see the final movie footage.

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As we know little about the post-production process, we often under-appreciate the tedious job of editing the video and audio of a movie. Cinema enthusiasts pleasantly welcomed this video. While some fans appreciated the movie, others mentioned their dissatisfaction.

Many fans believed the plot had the potential to be a series, and others were already waiting for the sequel. The cast was getting a lot of attention in the video as well as in the comment section.

What was the gist of the movie?

The movie revolves around Benny, a college student who works part-time as a driver. He picks up two strange women for a night of party-hopping across Los Angeles. However, Benny struggles to stay alive when he accidentally discovers the girls’ murderous goals and their well-kept secret.

Netflix released Night Teeth on October 20, 2021, and the vampire-comedy received mixed reviews with an IMDb rating of 5.7. Honestly, the movie attracted the audience only because of its star cast comprising Jorge Lendeborg Jr. (Benny), Debby Ryan (Blaire), Luce fry (Zoe), and Alfie Allen (Victor). The supporting cast also had a couple of big names like Sydney Sweeney (Eva) and Megan Fox (Grace).

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Night Teeth’s behind-the-scenes video was only three minutes long. And next time the fans will hope for a longer version from Netflix to upgrade their knowledge.

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