Leprechaun: In the Hood
When Butch, Postmaster P, and Stray Bullet loot the local hip-hp mogul's studio to fund their demo album, the threesome unwittingly ends up with the secret of Mack Daddy's success: a magical flute.
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This is hilarious. If you truly loved the original Leprechaun films don't see this. But if you want a few laughs........ this is a good choice.
- timsangelbutterfly, Wednesday, August 29, 2007
I really cannot believe I once sat through this entire movie. It was so poorly made it hardly registers as a real movie. It is not scary at all, nor is it funny in any way.
- starlimitz2, Monday, August 27, 2007
Yo, yo, yo! All da ho?s and homies in da house, y?all listen up! Is time fo? slasha an? horra movies t? stan? up an? represent! Yo here, check dis - s?a slasha horra flick where all da MoFo?s is Token Black Guys! Yeah, boyeee! Okay, enough of that crap. If the above diatribe of overblown and ridiculous racial stereotyping is up your alley and you?ve just been aching for a horror flick where everyone is ?the Token Black Guy? and every other word of dialogue consists of ?bitch?, ?muthafucka?, and other similar things that I?m just not going to bother repeating here, then Leprechaun In The Hood just may be your pot o? gold. Needless to say, it?s no work of art, and at times is just a complete mess, but if you can get down with some gangsta hood humor that goes extremely heavy on the stereotypes (but at least has the common decency to make fun of itself), Leprechaun in the Hood hits the mark just often enough to be entertaining for those already hooked on the amazingly durable horror franchise, or for people who have somehow managed to find any sitcom that ever aired on the ?WB? network funny. As for anyone else? it?s probably best just to keep as far away as possible from this pile o? Sheeeeit.
- soneji75, Saturday, September 8, 2007