When Emily Woodrow and her friends happen on a treasure chest full of gold coins, they fail to to heed the warnings of a wise old psychic who had foretold that they would encounter trouble with a very nasty and protective Leprechaun.
When Dan O'Grady returns to the U.S. after stealing some Irish leprechaun's pot of gold, he thinks he can settle down and enjoy his newfound wealth. He thought wrong. The leprechaun followed him and O'Grady barely gets away with his life, having locked the little monster in his basement. Ten years later, J.D. and his spoiled daughter Tory move in. By accident, the leprechaun is released and almost immediately the annoying creature starts to look for his gold, not displaying any respect for human life.Written by
Peter Zweers <firstname.lastname@example.org>
I'm a fan. I'm a horror fan, and all the negative crap I heard about this tempted me. The special effects are cheap but adequate. The acting is silly but appropriate. The plot line is simple but effective.
I don't think movies should always be about deep emotional plot points. I don't think movies should always be about explosions and $200 million dollar budgets. The problem I find with comedies is that they try to wrap things up to some feel good ending. The problem with horror movies is that they don't admit how ridiculous the villains are. This avoids both issues and flies under the radar for a good 90 odd minutes of fun.
The movie was fun. It combines silly limericks, blood, and a few pretty faces. It's a recommend to any comedy/horror fans.
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