The Murder House
In the New Zealand of the 1960s, dental dinosaurs walked the Earth. Armed with agonising low-speed rotary drills, poorly trained dental nurses lurked like institutional torturers on the grounds of the nation's schools. The kids back then had a name for the school dental clinic: they called it The Murder House.
Director Waka Attewell is an award-winning cinematographer and filmmaker, while writer Ken Hammon collaborated on the cult hit Bad Taste.