Unfortunately, this super-stylized, slick, and flashy vampire movie is shallow and lacks depth to its bite. While there's a fair amount of neon jazzy flair to the violence in Night Teeth, it all lacks a certain weight or heft, as if everything is a connect-the-dot moving picture. The problems start at the beginning, as there isn't an organic introduction to this vampire universe, except through some forced exposition. Then, the implausibilities and plot holes start to mount, as it isn't clear why Ray would allow Bennie to drive that night, knowing what he knows. Further, Victor's entire plan isn't justified well at all, but for some reason, he has to take out all 5 vampire leaders in one night AND defeat the most efficient vampire killer on the human side of things, AT THE SAME TIME.
It also feels like the creators of this movie knew it lacked a certain something (because also it certainly isn't doing anything new), so they kind of shamelessly threw in one incredibly brief scene with Megan Fox and Sidney Sweeney as vampire leaders Grace and Eva, respectively. Both Fox and Sweeney have 2 or 3 lines, and then are gone. The scene is a distraction, feels forced, and also doesn't make sense. Wasn't Victor's plan to have Zoe and Blaire get driven to 5 locations, wherein each houses a vampire leader to be murdered? But for some reason, we see Victor himself make a trip to Grace and Eva's abode and promptly kill them. The bright spots in the film are the performances of Jorge Lendeborg Jr. (Bennie) and Lucy Fry (Zoe). Lendeborg Jr. does a very commendable job portraying the "every person" stumbling into a ridiculous situation. And Fry is the one source of chaos, craziness, and danger. She steals the show with the uncertainty that surrounds her behavior. She is far scarier than Victor, who merely comes across as a very bland and boring villain who isn't terrifying.