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The Toolbox Murders
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The DVD includes an 8-minute interview with Marianne Walter, who played the victim in the nail gun scene and who later, under the name Kelly Nichols, became "an adult film actress." (First the nail gun scene and then a porn star--Ms. Walter was just giving the feminists fits!) The commentary, by producer Tony Didio, director of photography Gary Graver and a VERY PERKY Pamelyn Ferdin, has some enlightening moments, but it gets redundant after about 30 minutes.
Ultimately, though, about the scariest thing in "The Toolbox Murders" is star Cameron Mitchell's facelift.
Sadly, there is worse to come, for after this eye-popping first half hour, the film grinds to a virtual standstill, as it is at this point that the murderer is revealed and the killings all but stop as the action turns to the detectives trying to solve the case, along with depicting the prolonged plight of a young girl who the murderer has kidnapped and is keeping bound and gagged at his home. This remainding section of the film just drags on and on, despite some laughs on offer from Cameron Mitchel as he pours his heart out to the terrified girl.
On that note, the rest of the acting talent on offer throughout the movie is also rock bottom bad, especially in some of the minor roles where performances reach almost H.G. Lewis standards!Read more ›
This film has a premise that sounds like a winner: a loony and his toolbox wreak an amazing amount of damage on the residents of a small apartment building somewhere in California. Even more amazing are the number of beautiful, vulnerable young women who live alone in these apartments. Using a nail gun, drill, screwdrivers, and almost anything else you can think of that might dwell in the confines of a toolbox, the killer moves from one abode to another with seeming abandon.Read more ›
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The Toolbox Murders is an preety low budget slasher, which in my opinion, is very entertaining and delivers the goods. I really enjoyed it. Read morePublished on June 3 2004 by Mike Golen
First of all, this is a very good transfer. Blue Underground really goes all out when it comes to restoration. Secondly, though interesting, the extras don't add up to much. Read morePublished on Dec 21 2003 by El Smoksta
I thought for a long while about getting this dvd only hearing brief reviews I finally got it today it was everything I hoped for. Read morePublished on Dec 16 2003 by Metalguts
You know about this movie... It sucks. Some stupid guy wearing a Ski mask killing Beautiful, attractive, super sexy women with his tools and they are [a drill. a hammer. Read morePublished on Nov. 12 2003
I find it funny how reviewers can give movies that are clearly low budget, have bad acting, and bad plot lines, 5 stars. That said, I admit I like trash. Read morePublished on Oct. 7 2003 by Daniel L Scandalis
Ooooh, dear sweet God this movie is bad. Bad, bad, bad. The killer is a dork with a ski mask and a toolbox, and he hums when he's walking from one murder to the next. Read morePublished on Sept. 7 2003 by Holly Apollyon
This film, which became widely known because of the nail gun scene, is a truly great post-Texas Chainsaw Massacre, pre-Friday The 13th slasher movie with a bit of exploitation... Read morePublished on June 27 2003 by Trevor Bather
Bit by bit by bit, he carved a nightmare! In a quiet Los Angeles apartment complex, a deranged handyman savagely murders "immoral" women with the tools of his trade: claw-hammers,... Read morePublished on June 15 2003 by Tom Servo
For sex sleaze fans, we got one star here for the can't miss nail gun scene, with an attractive young nude girl scrambling around showing all her goodies before getting . . . Read morePublished on June 1 2003