Excerpt: I had a hard time rating the movie itself. On the one hand its terrible: bad acting, poor script, corny music, cheap costume design, dated special effects, etc.. On the other hand its fantastic: side-splittingly-funny acting, quotable script, fitting music, hilarious costume design, and special effects that will zap your goblin eyes out! So I came up with a 4 out of 5. Troll 2 is so bad its so good, and at times, its so good that its not even bad at all.
Excerpt: Troll 2 is a cheesy romp with known status as the worst film ever made, and affectionately, the best worst movie ever made. It is for a niche audience, and is a cult classic. Although I enjoyed this film, it did not make me laugh as hard as another film did: The Room (which is set for a Blu-ray release in December 2011!). It is awfully satisfying, but it feels a bit more forgettable. As for the picture quality, it is mediocre at finest.
Excerpt: Just watched this for the first time in years. The bluray looks great, sounded pretty decent too! The movie, well if you haven't heard, it is the best worst movie of all time. So awful yet very watchable. You will laugh and almost cry from laughing so hard. Nilbog 4life!
Summary: Probably. Whilst looking over the titles in IMDb's Bottom #100 last year, I saw one film that caught my eye. At #4 it was Troll 2. I remembered seeing "Troll" a few years previously and was completely unaware there was a sequel. So I looked through the first three or four pages of the user comments and saw the words "worst film ever made" about twenty times. Having seen many, many truly awful films I found this hard to believe.
Summary: I would like to begin my review by saying that watching this movie will be like taking a hot fork and shoving it in your eye socket for some people, whereas for others it will be the funniest F'n thing you've ever seen. Before I get into the meat of the story or as I like to call it a double decker bologna sandwich…Troll 2 has nothing to do with trolls (just goblins), Troll 2 also has absolutely nothing to do with Troll 1. AHA but that's not all!!!!
If this movie passes for a horror flick, then so does Bambi
18 June 2005
Summary: YIKES! I have not seen this movie recently, but I remember wanting to see it when I was very young, right when it had just came out. I believe I was 7 or 8, and I saw the movie in a blockbuster, read the back as best as I could, and said, "That sounds funny". I vaguely remember an opening scene where a man is being fed food by a girl, and he turns into a tree or dies or something, and immediately, I thought, "What the hell is this crap?".
Summary: 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.
Summary: My sister made me watch this. She insisted it was a contagion, a disease she was compelled to spread. After seeing it, I truly understand, relate, and recommend. It's awful! But a transcendent awfulness...you want to pass it around like milk that might be spoiled, but everyone needs to test it anyway. I've never laughed so much at something that isn't even trying to be remotely comedic; it's a travesty.
Summary: I'm ashamed to admit I've seen this. I don't know what's worst- the "plot" or the "acting" -I've never seen a more hideous and inept cast! And how about the "special effects" and lame 80's music? Not to mention the hair, clothes, the lack of continuity... and that dance sequence! Was that really necessary? The only positive thing I can say is that I laughed... but it's not supposed to be funny. And, huh, "Nilbog?" Who saw THAT coming? Horribly bad in an epic way.