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Gnome Alone (2015)

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R | | Horror | 20 January 2015 (USA)
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Gnome Alone is a movie starring Verne Troyer, Kerry Knuppe, and Bill Oberst Jr.. When Zoe inherits the magical protection of a bewitched Gnome, she quickly realizes that he isn't your garden variety gnome, when he begins eliminating her enemies in extravagant displays of revenge.

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Credited cast:
... The Gnome
... Zoe
... Mr. Glippen
... Detective Drennan
... Landon
... The Leprechaun
... Logan
... Detective Clayton
... Ms. Mae
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
... Student #1
Rachel Applehans ... Rylan
... Officer Kelly
... Criminal
Angela Denton ... Nymph Aerh
... Thug #2
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Just when Zoe thinks she's all alone in this world, an old woman passes on her bewitched Gnome (Verne Troyer), who is bound by magic to protect his master. Zoe quickly realizes that he isn't your garden variety gnome, when he begins eliminating her enemies in extravagant displays of revenge. Zoe must find a way to stop this mischievous gnome, before Zoe and her friends become victims of his trickery. Written by Grindstone Entertainment Group, LLC.

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Evil's in the house.

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Rated R for strong horror violence and gore, sexual content/nudity, language and some drug use | See all certifications »
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Special FX Makeup for this film took 2 hours to apply every day. See more »

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Not scary at all... but pretty funny in a 'so bad it's good' kind of way
23 October 2015 | by See all my reviews

Basically a low-budget rip off of the 'Leprechaun' movies but with Verne Troyer instead of Warwick Davis, he's not technically a leprechaun but a gnome but it's still very much the same deal.

And to call something a low-budget rip off of 'Leprechaun' which also was a low-budget franchise you know that this is REALLY low-budget, but that adds a bit to the charm.

Occasionally just plain bad but for the more part so bad it's good to the point that it becomes funny and I had a good laugh watching it, the dialogue is often ridiculously and most of the cast aren't that great either but it does manage to entertain for the more-part so of course that in itself is an achievement.

You have poorly written characters like the obnoxious wannabe frat-boy cop and the lesbian teacher who's taken straight out of a porno providing us with bizarre entertainment, and also entertaining to see in a smaller role; former child-star Ross Bagley from THE FRESH PRINCE OF BEL AIR and the 1994 adaption of THE LITTLE RASCALS again.

But yeah is it a "good movie"? Of course not, but does it entertain? It sure does, it struggles a bit in the second half when it takes itself a little too seriously but it's still a whole lot better than the Leprechaun reboot "Leprechaun: Origins (2014)" that was just plain bad and boring, while this at least provides a good amount of chuckles.


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