'Toolbox Murders 2' Gets a Site, Celebrity Cast   

May 13, 2009 It's been six years since Tobe Hooper's so-so remake of "Toolbox Murders" lit up DVD store shelves. Now the sequel is upon us -- with its own Web site to boot. Most impressive is are the two A-list B actors that lead the cast.

Lance Henriksen and Jeffrey Combs head the cast of "TBK: The Toolbox Murders." An FX guy named Dean Jones is directing. Check out the film's official site right here.

And here's the official synopsis:

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.

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