Nasty pests from the world of "Willow".
Creepy! You captured their vileness perfectly.
Man, they're ugly. Bet they stink like the baboons at the zoo. Why would anyone want these things around?
I think all sorts of trolls turn up uninvited (including the Internet variety). The trolls of Tir Asleen certainly did.
Finally brought into their natural environment and the spiritual home of all trolls - THE INTERNET!
And they seem to like their habitat.
Those are terrifying
how ugly looking! well done! thanks for sharing
What a fun little movie! I need to revisit it.
I remember these guys, and then the unspeakable happens after confronting one.
I also remember the unspeakables they drop on the ground. Madmardigan steps in one of them.
I remember this movie, but in all honesty I remember the dragon more then the trolls.
I certainly need to rewatch Willow. 'cause I don't remember these beauties at all.
Madmardigan fights one, and Willow accidently turns one of the trolls into the two-headed dragon.
You've captured their nastiness. I can almost smell them.
Oh, is THAT how that place's name is spelled?
That's how I've seen it spelled a few times, including in the name of a band
How did you get my ex's family to pose for you? Magnificent rendition of their souls, however.
What are you taking about? These are my relatives!
The trolls were OK monsters as dungeon stock, but I wasn't impressed with them at the time since they were not Tolkien's fierce creatures. Good for bashing up flunkies, but the heroes had no trouble with them, which was about what they were meant to do. The dragon was the real delight.
One of the trolls did turn into the dragon, after one of Willow's spells goes awry. So I guess they had a reason to be there in that respect.
Better then the Hobbit movie and you can let your kids watch it without worrying. Good movie, no nudity or sex and a bit of violence but no gore.
Have yet to see that movie.
It's definitely worth watching. George Lucas did a fantasy film with Ron Howard at the helm. It had swords and sorcery, a swordsman and a saucy henchwench who became heroes, a prophesied child, fairies, trolls, a dragon, and a not-a-hobbit. It was genre-savvy and both upheld and subverted many fantasy tropes, both written and film version. Val Kilmer was badass, Joanne Whaley was attainable-hot, Warwick Davis got his big break, and Pat Roach finally got some lines in a George Lucas production. The novelization was done by Wayland Drew, who also did the novel for Dragonslayer. It is a must-see film for everyone who has played D&D or a like game at some time.
It's quite wonderful, certainly better than the "Hobbit" movies.