Critics Consensus

No consensus yet.



Total Count: 13


Audience Score

User Ratings: 43,337
User image

Watch it now

Leprechaun Photos

Movie Info

Friends star Jennifer Aniston made her film debut in this horror story about a psychotic, six-centuries-old leprechaun on a murder spree throughout North Dakota.


News & Interviews for Leprechaun

Critic Reviews for Leprechaun

All Critics (13) | Top Critics (1) | Fresh (3) | Rotten (10)

Audience Reviews for Leprechaun

  • Oct 14, 2017
    Ridiculous, stupid fun. The creature effects on the Leprechaun are actually very well done.
    Ian I Super Reviewer
  • Apr 26, 2014
    "No one takes a leprechaun's gold!" The B-horror film Leprechaun is cheesy as hell and unbelievably stupid. Sadistic and wisecracking, Leprechaun is a third rate Freddy Krueger rip-off. Only, there's no real element of danger or fear with the Leprechaun character; as he's a f***ing joke. However, this does mark the film debut of Jennifer Aniston who has a star quality about her, even in this schlock. Warwick Davis on the other hand, chews up the scenery as the Leprechaun. A complete train-wreck, Leprechaun is epically bad.
    Dann M Super Reviewer
  • May 18, 2013
    Awful film, but it has a campy value.
    Christian C Super Reviewer
  • Feb 11, 2012
    Bad attempt at delivering a comedy horror flick, but still the best in the series (if that says something of importance to you) Leprechaun is a cheesy, poorly made comedy horror film about a killer leprechaun. Starring a very young Jennifer Aniston, in one of her first films roles, Leprechaun is a mess of a horror comedy film. The film is amusing, but it's still a misfire in the genre. I've seen better horror comedies than this, and this one is forgettable. The performances are questionable and the mood of the film is laid back and silly. This could have been a memorable film, but it doesn't do anything memorable. The acting is horrible, and the gags are boring and repetitive. The film has an unimpressive plot that accompanies the absurdity of this film. Leprechaun is a failure as a comedy horror flick, and it's funny, but only because it's such a bad film. The cast are terrible, and the direction of this film is unfocused and flawed. Director Mark Jones's attempt a comedy horror flick fails on all levels. Leprechaun could have been much better than this, but instead it fails to be a memorable comedy horror flick. This is one of Warwick Davis' worst performances, along with the sequels to this train wreck of a film. However this is the better film in the series, despite the fact it's still a bad film. Leprechaun is the type of film that is almost embarrassing to even call a guilty pleasure.
    Alex r Super Reviewer

Leprechaun Quotes

News & Features