If this was a living being like that kid with the fly on his forehead: "He reviewed the first film. And then he's going to review me. OH MY GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOODDDDDD!!!!" This movie is one of the worst things to ever exist. I find it debatable whether this or The Room is the best worst movie, especially since I'm a huge fan of The Room's awful quality. The effects and makeup look rather cheap, there's the misleading title and it's rather weird, but not in a good Tim Burton-esque kind of way. The acting is just awful but I don't find it to be as memorable as that of Tommy Wiseau whose indecipherable accent made the movie amusing especially during that awkward James Dean nod. There are multiple instances of bad editing, errors in filmmaking and things that make you think "What?". Like the time-stopped sequence, the kid has 30 seconds which means 1 minute in the "cleverly titled" Nilbog and does the kid remove the food that turns people into plants from his family's hands? No, he "pisses on hospitality". And everyone knows you can't piss on hospitality. Everyone is one side of the spectrum. They're either overacting or they barely are. The villain, a druid witch, speaks in a slow manner. Not 0.5 speed YouTube slow but she unnecessarily makes sentences longer than they actually are. Padding, ladies and gentlemen, padding. This movie has one of the most absurd ways to defeat a villain EVER. It's actually rather infuriating. But I like to keep my reviews spoiler-free excluding minor ones, so I'll let you figure out this way how the goblins were defeated. The funny thing is the mother is the scariest character in the entire movie but it isn't intentional. And the movie is categorized as a comedy but I don't know where the intentional humour is. Or wait, are you saying the unintentional humour including the timeless quotes were done on purpose unlike Tommy Wiseau who'd rather hide from his mistakes by saying "Yes, yes. Movie is flawed. But I do that on purpose". Just, what the hell was this movie all about? Especially with the dead grandpa. I have no idea. Maybe I should dive deeper into the depths of cinematic hell for VERY terrible movies. I hear Birdemic is absolutely awful, not even reaching "so bad, it's good" status. And I've been planning on investigating what made The Garbage Pail Kids Movie such a mess for months now since I believe that with most of my movies, I too often play nice with what I see. Yeah, I'm taking a cue from I Hate Everything. Troll 2, everybody. A movie that may or may not be the best worst movie ever. I still consider The Room to fall under that category.