This Swedish sex-comedy/drama explores the complications in the relationship of a couple who believe that if they make love to each other, they will die. They neck and are physically ... See full summary »
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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On the back of the original UK video rental box, the town 'Nilbog' is misspelled 'Nilborg' several times. See more »
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There's no coffee in Nilbog. It's the devil's drink.
Are you crazy, boy? We're vegetarians here in Nilbog. Didn't you know that? Here's some Nilbog milk. Special milk. High in vitamin content. Here, it's free.
Of course it's free. We love tourists here in Nilbog. Try some, boy, and have some of your friends drink some also.
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Isn't it strange that almost all bad movies concern goblins of some sort? The best way to watch this movie is to get everyone you know and play the Troll 2 drinking game that a clever IMDB member submitted with his comment. You may die, but it'll be worth it. There are many hilarious scenes in Troll 2, but I won't spoil them. Most of the hilarity relies in the absolutely dismal acting and incomprehensibly awful dialogue (Including the classic 'Nilbog is goblin spelt backwards'). The special effects are also very funny, most notably the spear throwing scene. And the funniest scene of all is the supposedly erotic scene, involving a woman with a corn cob. Only bad movie fans need apply. If you liked Hobgoblins, you'll love Troll 2. 10/10
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