A few weeks ago we exclusively broke the news on TBK, the forthcoming sequel to The Toolbox Murders. Today, the official website was launched (as promised) and confirms the news that the Dean Jones directed sequel will star Brain Krause, Jeffery Combs, Tony Todd, Lance Henriksen and Red West. But the best part is that the website features the first ever stills from the pic that will continue to take place in Hollywood. This time you will see more of the killer, there will be more murders and more of a backstory about where he’s from and how he came to be. Check out the art, promo trailer and full synopsis inside.Picking up directly after the events Tobe Hooper’s 2003 version of The Toolbox Murders; TBK intensifies the terrifying exploration into one of Hollywood’s most twisted and morbid serial killers in the annals of American history.
Survivors Nell and Stephen continue their night of Hell as they’re rushed to the nearby Hollywood Memorial hospital. Meanwhile, next-generation , tech-savvy CSI detectives Cole and Barnes coordinate with a hard-nosed, LAPD criminal profiler McGavin to exhume TBK’s modern day tomb and uncover its origins, leading toward a shocking revelation involving old Hollywood’s seedy underground and one doctor’s secret past.
TBK will shock, sicken, and thrill you while pushing every envelope imaginable as it leads you into the darkest recesses of what is to become one of the classic horror films of the millennium.
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