May 22, 2010

Cinematical

Talk Laugh Enjoy With The ‘Best Worst Movie’ Guys (And Us) In Los Angeles

“The film, which charmed audiences at various festivals before securing this limited run in theaters nationwide, chronicles the production and eventual legacy of Troll 2, a gloriously terrible sequel that has achieved a remarkable level of infamy in the years since its release.”
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May 21, 2010

LA Dine N Club.com

A Conversation with ‘Best Worst Movie’ Principals on the Rise of ‘Troll 2′ from Cinema Disaster to Cult Classic

“Twenty years ago Troll 2 became known as one of the worst movies ever made, then, inexplicitly, it became a cult favorite. Now, cast members Michael Stephenson and George Hardy have teamed up to make the endearing award-winning documentary Best Worst Movie about the Troll 2 phenomenon.”
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CRAVEONLINE

Best Worst Movie: Interview with Michael Paul Stephenson and George Hardy

“Michael Paul Stevenson and George Hardy starred in Troll 2, ranked since 1990 as the worst movie ever made. Now a filmmaker, Stevenson reunited with his costars and fans who screen Troll 2 for fun. Troll 2 director Claudio Fragasso doesn’t seem too happy when realizes this but Hardy and Stevenson have fun with their [...]

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May 20, 2010

LA Weekly

Review: Best Worst Movie

“I’ve had a hard time believing T2 wasn’t conscious of its ridiculousness — there’s a scene of kids laughing at a bad movie in it — but Fragasso shows a helluva poker face discussing his serious intent.”
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The Huffington Post

Bad Books Are Bad, and Bad Food Is Bad. But Bad Movies Are Not Always Bad

“I’m a bad actor, and I was in a bad movie. The worst, actually. Troll 2. All of us in the film were pretty bad actors. Most everything about the movie was bad. We made it with the best of intentions, but after having seen it, none of us wanted anything to do with it. [...]

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The Los Angeles Times

Movie Review: ‘Best Worst Movie’

“But in its more amusing and accepting moments, “Best Worst Movie” captures the geek-joy fizz when fame morphs into notoriety, and artlessness becomes its own art.”
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May 19, 2010

JoBlo.com

Arrow in the Head Podcast: ‘Best Worst movie’ Boys Join the Chop Shop!

“Blood Bullets & Broads: The AITH Podcast celebrates their love for shitty movies with Michael Paul Stephenson and Dr. George Hardy, the stars of TROLL 2 and the documentary about the cult following of awesomeness surrounding TROLL 2, BEST WORST MOVIE.”
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The Wrap

In Defense of the Really Bad Movie

“The carpenters who built the Titanic didn’t mean for it to be hit by an iceberg. The Romans who built Pompeii at the foot of a volcano didn’t have it in mind that they would be engulfed by lava. And Claudio Fragasso didn’t mean for “Troll 2” to be the worst movie ever made.”
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May 18, 2010

Fanboy Web.com

Review: Best Worst Movie

“But, its leading man, “Michael Waits;” Dr. George Hardy, who steals the show. He’s a genuine nice guy who helps people with his dental trade in Alexander City, Alabama and is likeable right off the bat. He could easily pass for Tim Thomerson’s brother or Craig T. Nelson with hair. “Troll 2″ was his only [...]

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FilmComment.com

Review: Best Worst Movie

“Stephenson never really explains just what’s so horribly good about Troll 2. But no matter, his doc offers fittingly low-tech amusement throughout—which is a hell of a lot more than can be said about the tediously incomprehensible movie it champions.”
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