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Toolbox MurdersSteve and Nell are a young couple struggle for their life in Los Angeles. They hire a flat in a building managed by a bad man Byron McLieb. One day, the number of young women murdered violently increases quickly in her building and she uncovers secrets involved to the building manager and her fellow tenants.Keywords:
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Directors of "Toolbox Murders"Tobe HooperBirthdate: 25 January 1943, Austin, Texas, USA
Creators of "Toolbox Murders"Jace AndersonAdam Gierasch
Critic Reviews of "Toolbox Murders"VarietyAugust 02, 2004
Toolbox may not renew the splatter genre in any significant way, but the chills and kills prove Hooper, when armed with the right script, can still tighten the fright screws.Cinema CrazedJune 03, 2010
The movie does boast ridiculous elements to its story and logic, but it's so bad it's good.Lessons of DarknessJune 20, 2005
Saying The Toolbox Murders is the finest Tobe Hooper film since The Texas Chainsaw Massacre ... isn't saying much.Reel Film ReviewsMarch 15, 2005
...Hooper creates a film that's almost as effective as his first big success - The Texas Chain Saw Massacre.eFilmCritic.comMarch 14, 2005
In a genre where so many titles disappoint, Hooper makes sure that this one won't.Film Freak CentralMarch 14, 2005
Hooper has dodged the lightning bolt of inspiration once againHorror.comMarch 13, 2005
Toolbox Murders is Hooper's best work in years.Rue Morgue MagazineNovember 09, 2004
Toolbox Murders is arguably the movie everyone has been waiting for Hooper to make since Texas Chainsaw Massacre.Shadows on the WallNovember 08, 2004
A truly vicious, gruesome and utterly ludicrous movie that exists only to make us jump in our seats.Slant MagazineAugust 14, 2004
Tobe Hooper's latest is not unlike an episode of Melrose Place as imagined by Lucio Fulci.Film BlatherApril 13, 2004
I suspect one might as well just place the audience in a room and periodically make sudden loud noises.eFilmCritic.comApril 06, 2004
This one might just be a small blip on the current Horror Remake horizon, but it's a knowingly nasty and entirely enjoyable throwback to a slashier time.
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