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Toolbox Murders- Review By: Roger Moore


Toolbox Murders- Review By: Roger Moore


Directed By: Tobe Hooper

Written By: Jace Anderson & Adam Gierasch
Score: Technical: 80,Story: 85,Acting: 75, Overall Score: 80%

            A historic Hollywood hotel houses a supernatural evil that has only been thought to be a superstitious myth until now. It’s been subdued for decades – but when renovations start, a series of murders take place. It’s up to Nell to solve the mystery. Nell and her husband Steven are looking for a business as well as a home, where they come across the Lusman Arms apartment block. They move in as the renovating of the building has begun, in which a series of wierd killings take place. When she finally discovers the supernatural evil behind it all, she gets more than she bargained for! 

           Two Skipped beats is what this movie is worth to me on the Roger Moore scale, but it was a very interesting film and Tobe Hooper brought the writers visions to life with Coffin Baby, very interesting flick to watch. There isn’t much to say about this movie other than it was enjoyable for any fan of Tobe’s work, so go out today and pick your copy up right now. 

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