There’s a scene in the new Troll 2 that may make you wonder what it’s like to be one of the trolls.
In it, a group of trolls in the middle of a swampy jungle are ambushed by a group called the Crawling Skulls.
They’ve set up camp around the campfire, ready to storm in and attack if it’s not clear they’re outnumbered.
The Trolls don’t want to risk being overrun, and they’ve got their best friend, the undead Crawling Skeleton, on their side.
The Crawling Bones have a special ability that lets them see through the trolls’ masks and communicate with them in a way that makes it easier to kill them.
And the Crawlies aren’t the only ones in the movie who can hear Trolls’ cries.
The movie’s cast also includes the trolls of the first film, the trolls in The Troll War and the trolls from the movie’s third film, Trolls 2: The New Batch.
The first film’s Crawling Scary Skulls are seen in the background of a shot from the third film in the same scene, and the Trolls from the film’s fourth film are seen on a beach near a campfire in the fourth movie.
The characters from the first two films are in the second movie.
The first movie’s Trolls were all created by Disney.
But Trolls 3: Trolls Unleashed is a remake of the movie that’s a much bigger hit, with grossing $1.2 billion worldwide.
The sequel is scheduled for release on December 21, 2019.
In a Reddit AMA, the movie-review site Kotaku asked if there’s any other way to see the new movie.
Here’s how it goes: Go to a theater near you.
Go to the theater’s box office.
Go buy the film on iTunes or Amazon.
(It’s worth mentioning that some theaters, like the ones in New York, have an option to buy the movie from you directly.
If you do that, you can watch it at a lower price than when you bought it on iTunes.)
The movie will be available to rent, on-demand, on Blu-ray, and on Netflix on December 7, 2019, and it’s currently available on Amazon Instant Video, Hulu, and Vudu.
The movies are also available on Netflix for $9.99.