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An original documentary which follows three families in a small seaside town in Massachusetts as they prepare for their annual home made haunted houses. This story highlights their long ... See full summary »
Befriended, by a centuries old witch, a young boy enters a parallel world of wizards, witches, and fantasy where he encounters an evil wizard who has been transformed into a magical troll, hellbent on taking over the world.
A young child is terrified to discover that a planned family trip is to be haunted by vile plant-eating monsters out of his worst nightmare. His attempt to save his beloved family is assisted by the spectre of his deceased grandfather. Also, there are NO trolls in this movie, only goblins. Written by
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When Grandpa Seth pulls the car over, internal shots show the car on a major highway, with several lanes running through fields. External shots show the car on a small country lane in the woods. See more »
Grandpa! Are you really in Hell?
No! But I know a trick that a friend of mine who went there taught me!
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This here is a treasure for bad movie buffs like myself. Absolutely unbelievable.
Perhaps my favorite scene is when the family is greeted by complete strangers holding a welcome party in the FAMILY's house. Well... their temporary house that they, uh... well, you'd have to see the movie. Anyways, they are in the house and some old lady is playing country music on the piano. Everyone goes "La la laaa la la la la la la laaaa" and there is this fantastic breathtaking shot of a person carrying a cake towards the family.
Well maybe my real favorite scene is where little Joshua is snooping during a town meeting. They are all discussing the evils of meat, sausages, and clusters of hemorrhoids.
I have never seen a more delightful piece of absolute trash in my entire life. Everything here couldn't be more laugh inducing. It's made on such a technically inept level it's unimaginable. Some of the most memorable (not in a good way) lines of dialog are presented here:
"Joshua is not a little s***, he's just very sensitive."
"If my father discovers you here, he'd cut off your little nuts and eat them."
For a film that's titled "Troll 2" didn't it seem kind of strange that there were goblins and no trolls in the film? And don't let this fool you into thinking the original Troll film is terrible. It hasn't anything to do with that film.
Yes, my friends, if you want bad film-making, look no farther!
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