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Hobgoblins 2 (Video 2009) Poster

(2009 Video)

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Director Rick Sloane wanted the same look and feel as the original Hobgoblins (1988). Hobgoblins 2 was shot on 35mm film, using only 1-minute-long ends of film stock, which saved about $5,000. No CGI was used; all the effects were done on-camera or with composite shots.
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Rick Sloane initially planned on making a Hobgoblins 2 in 1990 and had even written a screenplay for said sequel.
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The first camera crew was fired halfway through shooting, due to their poor lighting and slowness in setting up shots. Most of the footage had to be re-shot, but some made the final cut.
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