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.
On his 1000th birthday, a mean Leprechaun gets to choose a bride by making her sneeze three times, then she's his...only the bride he chooses is the daughter of his slave (who fouls up the wedding) so Leprechaun must wait until his 2000th birthday to claim the woman of his nightmares. The descendant of the woman he wanted to marry already has a boyfriend: a brave young boy named Cody, who lives with his swindler uncle Morty and together they run a tour company called Darkside Tours. Leprechaun soon wakes up, kills a bunch of people and kidnaps his bride to be. It's soon up to Cody to save her, and only wrought iron can destroy a Leprechaun. Morty has an idea, but it soon goes horribly wrong when he gets too greedy. Cody ventures into Leprechaun's home to save Bridget, but little does he know that a leprechaun's home has many surprises.Written by
Dylan Self <Robocoptng986127@aol.com>
In the shot of Cody and Morty sitting at the table, you can clearly see a movie poster on the wall behind them reading "Part II, The body count continues..." This is a poster for Friday the 13th, Part 2 (1981), although the top half is hidden. It is also an inside joke, since this is a horror movie sequel and the body count does continue. See more »
When the Leprechaun is locked inside the safe, the safe's interior looks larger than its exterior. See more »
Wham! Bam! Alacazam! (Hot Damn, It's a Rockabilly Band)
Written by Jesse Dayton Warren
Performed by the RoadKings
Published by Justice Artists Music Corp. (BMI)
Courtesy of Bullet Records
Administered by Justice Music Corporation See more »
A leprechaun is revived on St Patrick Day by a hobo's bottle of liquor, and then tries to claim the bride he promised he would marry 1000 years ago. She is captured and held prisoner inside his tree-house home, with her slacker boyfriend and con-artist uncle quickly coming to the rescue. But can they outsmart this creature, who makes up in cunning and sadism what he lacks in height and strength?
A sequel to an original notable only for an early appearance by Jennifer Aniston, this is about on a par with its low-budget predecessor. The lead lovers are so utterly lacking in anything approaching acting ability or charisma you'll find yourself cheering on Warwick Davis all the way. He, as the Leprechaun, is about the only component that keeps the film going, and his witty one liners and nasty methods of disposing of anyone who stands in his way are a constant delight. It's just a shame that his restricted growth has firmly pigeon-holed him into roles like this, he deserves more than to play Ewoks and Dwarfs his entire career. Eventually though, even his talents (including a fantastic Irish accent(!) ) cannot save a duff script, and the end result is a entirely forgettable film which is only worth watching as a last resort rental. And there's another four sequels to go after this. Oh, joy.. 4/10
P.S Gets my award for most obvious body double ever used for a nude scene. Watch it, and you'll see what I mean..
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