Toolbox Murders (2004) Full Movie

Toolbox Murders
5.3/10 by 100 users

Toolbox Murders (2004) : A historic Hollywood hotel houses a supernatural evil. It's been subdued for decades - but when renovations start, a series of murders take place. It's up to our heroine to solve the mystery.

Title Toolbox Murders (2004)
Release Date Nov 12, 2004
Genres , ,
Production Company Toolbox Murders Inc., Alpine Pictures, Scary Movies LLC, Toolbox Films
Production Countries United States of America
Casts Brent Roam, Angela Bettis, Rance Howard, Juliet Landau, Marco Rodríguez, Adam Gierasch, Greg Travis, Adam Weisman, Christina Venuti, Sara Downing, Sheri Moon Zombie
Plot Keywords supernatural, psychopath, remake, murder, gore, blood, slasher, nail gun, violence, old dark house
Steven Barrows
Steven Barrows
Brent Roam
Nell Barrows
Nell Barrows
Angela Bettis
Chas Rooker
Chas Rooker
Rance Howard
Julia Cunningham
Julia Cunningham
Juliet Landau
Luis Saucedo
Luis Saucedo
Marco Rodríguez
Ned Lundy
Ned Lundy
Adam Gierasch
Byron McLieb
Byron McLieb
Greg Travis
Austin Sterling
Austin Sterling
Adam Weisman
Jennifer
Jennifer
Christina Venuti
Saffron Kirby
Saffron Kirby
Sara Downing
Daisy Rain
Daisy Rain
Sheri Moon Zombie
Johnny Turnbull
Johnny Turnbull
Eric Ladin
Officer Daniel Stone
Officer Daniel Stone
Price Carson
Officer Melody Jacobs
Officer Melody Jacobs
Carlease Burke
Coffin Baby
Coffin Baby
Christopher Doyle

Reviews

  • viciouslollipop

    Toolbox Murders-Tobes's Done Better... I wasn't sure how I felt about this movie until about a day after I watched it. I've come to the conclusion that it was mediocre. It felt like a revisit of every bad slasher flick I'd seen for the last 20 years. I do have to give credit to Tobe for humanizing some of the victims. Let's be honest, in the typical slasher flick the victims are usually drunken or doped up, teen-age sex fiends that you could care less about(and may actually enjoy seeing them get taken out:) The killer is equal parts psycho/supernatural, and his origins, limitations, and needs are never fully explained. Overall, there were some fairly grisly offings, decent character acting, but too many plot holes for me to overlook. Rent, don't buy.