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The Toolbox Murders (1978)


Rated R

93 minutes

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A lunatic runs around an apartment complex, apparently home only to attractive flight attendants with a tendency towards exhibitionism. While there, the lunatic tries to kill all the tenants with the contents of a toolbox. Based on a true story. 

It was remade in 2004 as well.

You can watch the full film for free on Youtube.




REVIEW:
A friend and I have recently decided to start watching the movies we deem as horrible horror. We love horror movies and thought it would be fun to see which ones we just couldn't deal with. We gave each other our lists and have been watching them. I decided to start sharing them here, although I watched two that I won't be sharing. One was Frogs, terrible, terrible movie. The second was The Invisible Melting Man or something like that... which wasn't so bad, but still cheesy as hell.
So now onto this one...
Literally the worst acting I have ever seen. Cheese is an understatement on this one. From the characters, the music, to the missing dialogue. For a movie that is based on real events, the story was lacking.  It was all around painful to watch.


1/5 


**Compensation may be earned from the links within. This copy was viewed free on Youtube.

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