The luck of the Irish strikes yet again for you all. I couldn’t resist diving back into the pot of gold that is the Leprechaun series cause to be honest, these are shitty horror movies that are comically fun to watch and rip apart. Sigh, I guess once you go to space, which this series did, then the last vestige of dangerous territory to explore is urban America. The hood is a dangerous place I guess, but frankly if the gangs can’t band together to defeat a leprechaun, then they deserve to be eviscerated.
This is just a perfectly terrible movie to work off that hangover from celebrating what we assume is Irish culture. You know, to each his own, but I prefer to eat Lucky Charms and watch this movie that offends two different cultures. It’s laughably bad, in that the rhymes are horrible, the limericks are surprisingly creative and bad, but lord the horror movie kills are just so uninspired. Then again, name me another movie in which a leprechaun will rhyme about smoking weed. NAME ME ONE!
Hope you all enjoyed St. Paddy’s day and also I am going to go watch Willow, cause that is the superior Warwick Davis movie.
The sixth movie in the seemingly endless Leprechaun series finds the title character revisiting the territory he menaced in the fifth outing. This time around, a group of inner-city friends go from rags to riches when they stumble upon some treasures. Little do they know that the booty belongs to the terrifying little green man and he wants it back. Decked out in bling-bling and smoking chronically, Leprechaun dispenses with the unsuspecting pals one by one. Warwick Davis once again reprises the title role, which he’s assumed throughout the series, and instead of Ice-T, who co-starred in Leprechaun in the Hood, another rapper, Sticky Fingaz of Onyx, is onboard for this blood bath. ~ Matthew Tobey, Rovi