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I love this franchise it's my favorite ironic horror franchise with the exception of origin and in space there all funny but not scary and this movie is the perfect leprechaun movie witty dioulogue great acting and a great premise it never feels like there are any plot holes and the humor is spot on and it's even a little scary sometimes one review said it doesn't give us anyone to root for but that's not what this franchise is about it's about a fun villain killing flawed characters since leprechaun 3 they realized it's a ironic horror movie and this is what that is. Don't go into this thinking horror think comedy with horror elements Becauce that's what it is and overall it's not even ironally good this ones just good
This movie began terrible, and only got worse from there. The plot, dialog, and character development is seriously lacking. First, why would these girls put a sorority house in the middle of no where? Second, the Lepricauhn was not adverse to killing people who took his gold, but didn't kill for no reason this movie changes the premace to a slasher. Third, how did the Lepricauhn get out of the well? It ate a four leaf clover, and should have died. Seriously, if you arent going to make the movie anywhere near like the orignal...why bother?
Totally nonsense to make a movie like this nowadays.
OH BOY LEPRECHAUN 8! HES BACK AND UP TO HIS CLASSIC ANTICS. FUN MOVIE
Prob better than it has any right to be especially after the garbage we have had in this series
A truly outstanding modern slasher mixes with excellent black humor makes for a perfect beer-movie to watch with friends.Although the abscense of Warwick Davis and his usual charisma left a little void ,this new leprachaun is just as good as the original.
There was effort put into this, to make it connect to the original franchise and it shows. It actually works. Sad we don't have Warwick Davis, but the new actor did great!
Best leprechaun movie ever that all I have to say
The movie starts off with a bad principal. The leprechaun never killed to just kill. He was always after his gold, protecting his gold, or getting pure revenge or on the path to get it. After he has got back his last piece of gold and got revenge on someone who wronged him the movie should be over but it continues on with a lot of failed build ups and pointless side cast story lines that do not drive the plot but more likely slow down and near derail the movie but the new leprechaun does it himself. The one drunk girl was the way I wish I was the entire movie. Even the leprechaun movies where he ends up in Vegas, Space, and In the Hood twice are better than this. Relys too much on flashy kills and bad plot
it's officially been 26 years since the original movie came out starring Jennifer Aniston!
a lot has changed from sustaining natural resources to modern communications technology
apart from Warwick Davis who made his debut as the titular villain in the original Mark Holton is the only returning cast member as survivor Ozzie
after a slew of quality-declining sequels this direct-to-TV installment thankfully matches the spirit of the original thank goodness
the new Leprechaun is played by newcomer Linden Porco who looks much more hellish this time around
it's been years since his defeat in the well but the little Irish villain makes a comeback
Tori Redding has passed away but her daughter, Lila arrives at the same house where the events of the first movie occurred to participate in a going-green project; solar panels and utilizing water but little do her and her friends know that the Leprechaun is lurking in the shadows
he's got a whole new bag of tricks with a thirst for bloodshed to keep his pot of gold
Porco is actually so much fun to watch as the resurrected Leprechaun providing more grisly deaths with a bit of comedy throw in as well
these teens are pretty bad in the acting department as you'd imagine but they have enough silly lines to make the viewing enjoyable
the girl who plays Lila is actually the most likable of the bunch since she has a strong tie to the Leprechaun's past and has struggled to make new friends without trying to lose them
plus the fact that everyone thought her mother was insane claiming she survived the evil demonic elf before
there's also plenty of callbacks to previous entries despite this being the actual-follow up to that first film
some of the effects have a lot to be desired but keep in mind this is a direct-to-TV production so you can forgive them for most of it
the ending is actually quite different than you'd expect, who knows if this devilish creature's work is done for sure
whatever the case the past sequels just got worse and worse without any real consistency, not to mention that so-called reboot which was a HUGE step in the wrong direction
it's such a sigh of relief that this time 'Leprechaun' has truly returned having a bit of classic elements as well as new ones