Russian novelist, historian, Gulag survivor, and all-around inspiring fellow Aleksander Solzhenitsyn once wrote, "Some things lead beyond words. Art inflames even a frozen, darkened soul to a high spiritual experience." I'm not sure what exactly he was talking about, but he could very well have been attempting to describe the experience of watching "Troll 2," an almost offensively shoddy horror film made 26 entire years ago. "Troll 2," which features no trolls (but perhaps too many goblins), is a film for all occasions, whether it be a first date with a vegan from Tinder, a pick-me-up after getting laid off, or anything between those two poles of an arbitrary spectrum. Simply put, "Troll 2" is the Truth. The weird, low-budget, frayed-ends-of-sanity Truth.