Box art for Leprechaun: In the Hood

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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4 stars

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

1 star

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

2 stars

Another enjoyable installment. Mainly because it takes a very cliche story and shoves the Leprechaun right in the middle. We have a struggling rap group that fail often as they are trying to send out a positive message. In a desperate attempt they decide to rip off a local record executive/gangster. Add to this our green Oirish friend for some bizarre kills and laughs. The film sort of has a message about the negative connotations of rap music and the affect it can have on youths. The more they try to succeed, the more questionable their actions become, becoming no better than the leprechaun himself. The acting is better than usual, which is lucky as everybody is so serious it could have failed miserably. The filmmakers make a clever move of playing their best hand last. Let's face it, we were all waiting for Warwick Davis to rap.

- kiriyamakazou, Thursday, March 26, 2009