"Best Worst Movie (2010)" Review

Review: Are you bored about watch all those documentaries that are about good films? Well if you are then look no further because now you can see a documentary about a really bad film called "Troll 2"! Personally I am not the biggest fan of Troll 2, but this documentary caught my attention and had me obsessed with wanting to seeing it. In this documentary you get interviews with the cast, fans, and even the director. Most of the time you follow the director (Michael Paul Stephenson) of this documentary which was also an actor from Troll 2 along with George Hardy as they go from screening to screening of Troll 2 as well as some of the cast going to the original house and re-enacting some of the scenes. Most of this documentary is very upbeat, but there is few times that it kinda has a down beat feeling especially when they interview Margo Prey because it is so sad about the situation she is stuck with. The only bad thing is that about half way through I started to get sick of hearing George Hardy talk especially when he begins to talk shit about horror movie fans at a horror convention. They keep saying he's a nice guy, but to me when all you can do is sit there saying that the fans around the convention  are "sick" and that they "lost they're minds" it makes him seem like an asshole. Even though he did annoy me after while it still did not effect my enjoyment of this phenomenal documentary. Now the most interesting person they interview was Don Packard who played the drug store owner because he is quite odd but very entertaining to listen to. One thing I must also add is that you will get sick of hearing the line "You can't piss on hospitality! I won't allow it!".There is alot of great extras on here including extended interviews, deleted scenes, commentary and tons more. Overall this is a very well made documentary that I highly suggest to film fans of all genres!

-Daniel Damnation

Director: Michael Paul Stephenson
Genre: Documentary
DVD Release Year: 2010
Theatrical Release Year: 2010
Time Length: 93 mins.
Company: Docurama Films