Troll
Release: January 17, 1986
Release: January 17, 1986

When a family moves into a San Francisco apartment, an opportunistic troll decides to make his move and take possession of little Wendy (Jenny Beck), thereby paving the way for new troll recruits, the first in his army that will take eventual control of the planet. As luck would have it, the building conveniently rests on a crease in the time-space continuum, so it isn't hard to open the door to trollworld, or whatever the troll would call it. But even the path to world domination begins with a single step, so the troll begins by disposing of each tenant with his pointy magical ring; each victim then turns into a fern (this may be the only existing film in which the late U.S. Representative Sonny Bono becomes a houseplant). Fortunately for the human race, the next door neighbor is a kindly old witch who has just the game plan to win back Wendy (now under the troll's influence as evidenced by her poor social skills and equally bad eating habits), vanquish the paranormal pest, and save the human race from imminent troll tyranny. The stage is then set for inevitable battle between the good witch and the evil troll for control of the world, but first she and the brave family must combat a twenty-foot tall ubertroll who looks akin to a Furby doll left in the sandbox over a long, hard Minnesota winter.

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Quotes
Harry Sr.: "I always wanted to run away with the circus when I was a kid. -Harry Sr."
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Harry Sr.: "You can forget the milk, honey. He's into gin and tonics. -Harry Sr."
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Wendy: "Harry fell down outside and he went to sleep. -Wendy"
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Wendy: "What does death look like? -Wendy"
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Duke: "Weird kid. Prob'ly reads a lot. -Duke"
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Wendy: "Are you an elf? -Wendy"
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Eunice: "Knock before you come in. The door is always open. -Eunice"
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Eunice: "Keep talking like that, you'll become an adult. -Eunice"
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Eunice: "You're sounding like a ninny. What the hell have you got to be afraid of? -Eunice"
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Eunice: "Well, did you pop your cookies? -Eunice"
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Harry Jr.: "Can I come in? I think I'm gonna throw up. -Harry Jr."
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Peter: "Look, kid, I don't have any candy and I don't play with toys. -Peter"
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Harry Sr.: "...The apartment faeries did it all. -Harry Sr."
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Wendy: "I'm Godzilla! -Wendy"
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Duke: "I'll tell you this much, fire department's really gonna be PO'd. -Duke"
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Wendy: "Ratburgers! -Wendy"
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Peter: "You have the distinction of owning the only two children in this entire building. -Peter"
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Peter: "Is she rabid? -Peter"
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Harry Sr.: "Harry, have you been letting her read your monster magazines? -Harry Sr."
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Harry Potter Jr.: "Have you been playing with dead cats? -Harry Potter Jr."
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Comments
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    10 years, 3 months ago
    Haha this is where J.K. Rowling got Harry Potter's name from XD
      10 years, 7 months ago
      I love this movie. Haven't seen it forever. NILBOG!!!! Wish I could find this movie to but it!!
        11 years, 2 months ago
        ha harry potter ha ha ha
          13 years, 3 months ago
          this little guy was ugly and changed basement laundry rooms permanently
            13 years, 10 months ago
            This movie was ten billion times better than Troll 2. However I thought Noah Hathaway was terrible in this one. He was fantastic in The Neverending Story though. "*pause* Eunice, noooo!" lol
              14 years, 7 months ago
              This movie freaked me out so bad, I was never sure if it was horror or fantasy but it was great.
              The Mushling was so adorable!
                14 years, 8 months ago
                Are there "lyrics to the Trool Song?
                And was it Frank Welker doing the voice of the Troll?
                  14 years, 8 months ago
                  I love this movie. The ending song (that's played throughout the film) still creeps me out. The good thing is that my son likes it now.

                  J.K. had to have this on tape to catch the name.
                    15 years, 2 months ago
                    Yep, and the son's name is Harry Potter, Jr. This was 21 years ago -- there was no Hogwarts then! But I wonder if perhaps J.K. Rowling caught this movie...
                      15 years, 4 months ago
                      Did anyone notice that the father's name is Harry Potter?
                        15 years, 6 months ago
                        Out of all the little-creature films that followed in the wake of "Gremlins," this was certainly the best. While most of them went the horror route, this one used another angle -- fantasy. The inclusion of the "fairy worlds" and magic set this one apart from the pack.

                        The cast was great, particularly June Lockhart, who stole the show every time she appeared on screen. And though the effects weren't quite up to Gremlin-standards, they were certainly very admirable. Then there's that eerie, weirdass song... that's now stuck in my head (if only I could understand the words to it!).
                          15 years, 10 months ago
                          The music in this movie would scare the crap out of me. I loved the trolls as a kid. Great movie
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