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Oh my god!
The plot concerns a family pursued by vegetarian goblins who seek to mutate them into plants so that they can eat them. Although produced under the title Goblins and conceived as a comedy,  the American producers and distributors were skeptical about its chances to succeed, and market it as a horror and as a sequel to the film Troll. The film's production was rife with difficulties, largely due to the language barrier between the Italian-speaking crew and English-speaking cast, and producer Joe D'Amato 's approach to low-budget film making. The resulting film is considered by some as one of the worst movies ever made. In subsequent years, the film gained a cult following and garnered a large fanbase. Though generally viewed as a poorly made horror, the filmmakers stated that it was "always intended to be a comic film". Michael Waits has always dreamed of being a farmer, and arranges a home exchange vacation in which he and his family will move into a house in the rural farming community of Nilbog "goblin" spelled backwards for a month. The night before the family is scheduled to leave, Michael's son Joshua is contacted by the ghost of his dead grandfather, Seth, warning him that vegetarian goblins want to mutate him and his family into plants so that they can eat them. Seth tells Joshua that goblins can mutate people into plants by feeding them poisoned food or drink.
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Branch : I don't do high fives. Cloud Guy : Slap it, boss. Branch : Nope. Cloud Guy : A little slappy, make daddy happy? Branch : That's just weird. Cloud Guy : Here, just do this Cloud Guy Branch : Thank you for that demonstration of what I will not be doing. Poppy : Branch!
My Buddhist husband likes Mormons and even going to church. A good man is not defined by his religion and a great marriage is not defined by where it takes place. It is soooo difficult to cope.