NEWS: Completed Version of ‘Toolbox Murders 2’, ‘A Haunting at Preston Castle’ get UK DVD, Download Release

Toolbox Murders 2 - DVD CoverThe handyman of horror is back with a new box of tricks in in the terrifying sequel to Tobe Hooper’s 2004 reimagining of the 1978 cult favourite ‘Toolbox Murders’ and ‘A Haunting at Preston Castle’, inspired by true events at California’s haunted house by the same name will be unleashed on the UK just in time for Halloween. Come on inside for details and the official trailers.

Picking up directly after the events of Hooper’s film, we follow ‘Coffin Baby’, Hollywood’s most twisted killers, as he plans to put the screws to a new victim – Samantha, the sister of his prey from his previous rampage. Samantha finds herself held captive in a house of horrors and forced to undergo the most unspeakable tortures…

Toolbox Murders 2This is the authorised and complete version of Toolbox Murders 2, which stars Chauntal Lewis as Samantha, Brian Krause, Chris Doyle, and two-time Academy Award nominee Bruce Dern. It is directed by Dean Jones.

Toolbox Murders 2‘Toolbox Murders 2’ will be released in the UK on DVD and Download simultaneously starting October 12, courtesy of TriCoast UK at an RRP of £7.99 for the DVD, £4.49 for HD and £3.49 SD VOD, The film has a Cert: 18.

A Haunting at Preston Castle - DVD CoverWhen best friends Ashley (played  by Heather Tocquigny who was Nurse Kelly in Insidious) and Liz (Mackenzie Firgens) decide to visit Preston Castle, an abandoned boys’ correctional institute, nothing can prepare them for the grisly nightmare ahead. As the friends probe the decaying depths and shadows of the building, they find themselves in deeper and deeper trouble with no way out of the never-ending maze of rooms and locked doors. Directed by Martin Rosenberg.

A Haunting at Preston CastleThe film is inspired by true events at northern California’s infamous haunted house Preston Castle, which has been featured on TV’s Ghost Hunters and Ghost Adventures. ‘A Haunting at Preston Castle’ has an RRP of £9.99 for the DVD, £4.49 for HD and £3.49 for SD VOD, and a Cert: 15.

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