Horror Troll is making a comebackJuly 28th, 2008 - 9:37 pm ICT by David M N James
The hype is that Troll is making a comeback. Ali Lohan is the top choice of director John Carl Buechler for his remake of the 1986 horror flick “Troll”. The remake is a hig budget venture. The remake is a high expense venture and much more expensive that the original Troll. Troll, the 1986 sci-fi movie featuring Michael Moriarty and Noah Hathaway which featured wicked Troll king in search of a mystical ring that would return him to his human is coming back to the lime light as millions pay tribute and homage and also pilgrimage. The movie Troll was a classic in which Harry Potter and his family were characters in the 1986 Troll movie, which was independently created and distributed before J.K. Rowling’s first book. Troll has been rated as a really cute and fanciful movie full of imaginative works in the scenes.
Troll which was originally directed by John Carl Buechler is coming back through the same director. He is remaking his own movie 20 years after that successful hit. Buechler is hoping to reunite his “army” of special effects artists. The difference is, these old members of his crew were just starting out back then, now they have gone on to win Emmys and Academy awards. the movie is planned for release next yea
“Ali Lihan was great,” Buechler has said. “The camera loves her. She’s a really good actress…I am personally going to fight for her.” Unfortunately, this belle Buerchler is going for has been rated negatively. She’s starring in movies that absolutely no one wants to see including the failure that is “I Know Who Killed Me” and “Georgia Rules”, with the former movie nabbing Lohan the much-coveted title of “worst performance by an actress” for 2007.
Troll is famous and popular. Its comeback however is controversial with a disclaimer reading: TROLL has not been prepared, approved, or licensed by any entity that created or produced the J.K. Rowling series of Harry Potter books or the Warner Bros. series of Harry Potter movies. Movies Plus is not affiliated with J.K. Rowling or Warner Bros., nor has this movie been endorsed or authorized by J.K. Rowling or Warner Bros. The characters Harry Potter, Sr. and Harry Potter, Jr. are not related to or inspired by the book and film character of J.K. Rowling and Warner Bros. Harry Potter and his family were characters in the 1986 movie, Troll, which was independently created and distributed before J.K. Rowling’s first book.