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?
Several of the Leprechaun's lines in this movie reflect earlier Leprechaun films. The "Damn clovers" line and the "eye for an eye, me dear" were used in the original. See more
Rory said each coin weighed 8 ounces, and there were 200 coins to split between them. This makes the treasure chest weigh 100 pounds, although the characters were running with it as though it weighed nothing. See more
What about my dead wife?
She'll still be dead tomorrow, man.
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
Followed by Leprechaun: Origins
If You Want My Love
Written by Marco Marinangeli
and Marlon McCain
Performed by Kayla Parker
Published by Dither Music Publishing Co. (ASCAP) / Macman Music (ASCAP)
Courtesy of Magelic Productions, Inc. and Macman Music, Inc.
By Arrangement with Position Soundtrack Services See more