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  Tobe Hooper's Toolbox Murders set for release.
  Texas Chainsaw Massacre never managed to make the Video Nasties list so perhaps Tobe Hooper was trying to redress the balance when he decided to remake old pre-cert favourite The Toolbox Murders, the movie that actually made B&Q fashionable and angered thousands of do-gooders up-and-down Britain back in the early eighties. Hooper here is trying to recapture the feel of the old-fashioned stalk-and-slash movie by piling on the gore and pushing the right scare buttons to produce the most crowd-pleasing frightener in recent years ( honest, that’s what is says here! I haven’t seen it!). This new 2 disc edition may feature the “American Nightmare” documentary and all the usual commentary and trailers etc., but sadly wont feature Cameron Mitchell singing, “Sometimes I Feel Like A Motherless Child” before nail-gunning Marianne Walter in the head - still The Toolbox Murders is released by Anchor Bay UK on 11th April.
  Wayne Southworth [4 Mar 2005 at 10:32]

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