The hairdresser Emily Woodrow finds a fortune in golden coins and she shares the amount with her close friends. However, the owner is the evil Leprechaun that returns from Hell to retrieve his treasure back, killing each member of the greedy group. Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Evil has a whole new rap!
Did You Know?
This is the sixth movie in the Leprechaun series, although the number "6" doesn't appear anywhere in the title or credits. Actually, in the opening credits, after it says Leprechaun on the book, it opens and it says Chapter 6 See more
After Watson Turns Jaime upside down you see that he has money in his mouth but when Watson and his crew leave there is nothing in his mouth. See more
We've had our fun. Now give me what's mine, and I might spare your miserable life.
Why did you kill them? For this? You evil fuck.
Don't you presume to tell me right from wrong. You compromised all you believed in once you got the gold, just like all those before you. Your kind is weak, and will always give in to your selfish yearnings.
It brings out the worst in us, doesn't it?
Do you really want to die so badly?
You can't live forever.
No Leprechauns were harmed in the making of this motion picture. The Leprechauns featured in this production were handled with care and concern for their safety and well-being. See more
Follows Leprechaun in the Hood
Written by Ritty Jackson and Thomas Marolda
(as Tom Morolda)
Performed by Ritty Jackson
Published by Position Music Publishing (ASCAP)
Courtesy of Songgram Music
By Arrangement with Position Soundtrack Services See more