"Do you see this writing...? Do you know what it means...? Hospitality. And you can't piss on hospitality! I WON'T ALLOW IT!"
Here is the main credits theme for 1990's "Troll 2," easily the dumbest sequel in recent years, composed by Carlo Maria Cordio. With a totally moronic plot, an incoherent script, bad acting, and the cheapest monster costume design of the 90s, this is a triumph of comedy, even if it wasn't meant to be one. WHen young Joshua (Michael Stephenson) learns that his family is headed on vacation to the town of Nilbog as part of an exchange of houses for one month, he's ecstatic at first, but he soon learns from the ghost of his Grandpa Seth (Robert Ormsby) that the town is the kingdom of goblins (not TROLLS as the title would make you believe), and that his family is next on the chopping block by the evil Goblin Queen (Deborah Reed) for goblin chow. Now he must try to save his family at any cost (even pissing on the dinner table when Grandpa Seth freezes his family to prevent them eating Nilbog food). The food in Nilbog will, if you eat enough of it, trun you into a half-man, half-plant: their favorite food. Also next in line to become goblin chow are Michael's sister's boyfriend and his moronic friends.
At least the music was somewhat good, despite the cheap MIDI-sounding synthesizer they used. Download and enjoy, and I highly reccomend seeing the movie. It's one of the best comedies ever. As a note, this was a DVD rip from the end credits, which was basically the same music as the main titles, sans sound effects.