Troll 2

Comedy · 
Fantasy · 
Adventure · 
Horror · 

Release Date: October 12, 1990

Status: Released

Running time: 1h 35m

Content Rating: PG-13

Budget: $65,000

Filming Locations: Utah, United States of America

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When young Joshua learns that he will be going on vacation with his family to a small town called Nilbog, he protests adamantly. He is warned by the spirit of his deceased grandfather that goblins populate the town. His parents, Michael and Diana, dismiss his apprehensions, but soon learn to appreciate their son's warnings. Guided by his grandfather's ghost, will Joshua and his family stand a chance in fighting off these evil beings?

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Troll 2 is a 1990 comedy horror film directed by Claudio Fragasso (under the pseudonym Drake Floyd) and starring Michael Stephenson, George Hardy, Connie McFarland, and Jason Wright. Although produced under the title Goblins, the American distributors marketed it as a sequel to the 1986 horror film Troll; however, the two films have no connection, and this movie features no trolls but goblins instead. The plot concerns a family pursued by vegetarian goblins who seek to transform them into plants so that they can eat them. Production was rife with difficulties, largely due to the language barrier between the Italian-speaking crew and English-speaking cast, and producer Joe D'Amato's approach to low-budget filmmaking. The resulting film is considered by some as one of the worst movies ever made. In subsequent years, the film gained a cult following and garnered a large fanbase. Though it was generally viewed as poorly made horror, the filmmakers stated that it was "always intended to be a comic film". In 2009, Stephenson, the child star of the film, directed a critically acclaimed documentary about its production and subsequent popularity, humorously titled Best Worst Movie.
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