Somewhere between the onset of production and the finalization, someone thought it'd be a good idea to slap a billowing black robe and a white mask on the oooh booo scary character. What does this leave you with of the original design? Absolfuckinglutely nothing. Slap on a mask and slip on a robe, you now look exactly like the "horrific" Tooth Fairy. Hell, dress your dog like that and you now have Son of Tooth Fairy, too.
The movie itself, I don't think I've actually sat through anything so annoying. If you thought they repeated "Don't go in the dark!" a lot in the adverts only because of the condensed factor, you're wrong. They repeat it just as often throughout the film. I'm not exaggerating. There are scenes where some char repeats that line over and over and over again, mumbles it under his breath, says it to everyone within earshot, and shouts it blindly around the room. Over and over again. Scene after scene. Are you annoyed yet just hearing about it? Imagine actually sitting through it. I'm not going to bother with the "I coulda told you so" factors of the depthless characters, inane dialogue, or bizarre continuity errors. The only saving grave was the length of the film, being just over an hour long.
I'm still not sure why I didn't walk out. Perhaps I was holding some shred of hope that during the denouement there would be some slight revealing of the char I came to see. Perhaps guilt over having dragged my friend and her beau to such a colossal waste.