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Leprechaun 2

horror


The evil little Irishman returns to wreak bloody havoc in his never-ending quest for female companionship in this sequel to 1993's LEPRECHAUN.

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1 star

My sister is horrified by these movies.. lol. guess thats the only reason I watched them..lol

- LWOODS04, Sunday, August 9, 2009

3 stars

Was quite delighted to realize that Warwick Davis plays the Leprechaun. These movies scared the bejesus out of me as a kid, and today, though the gore was certainly not satisfying (though I saw this on SciFi so it may have been edited), the humor and plot were plenty entertaining. I like the story and it covers up for the bits of overacting and kitsch lines. Makeup on the titular character is supreme and adds most of the fright factor. Sets are superior as well, capturing the essence of mid-budget 90s. Pretty big recommend for horror fans who want an evenly paced story and some laughs but can do without blood.

- Stinger839, Sunday, April 5, 2009

2 stars

Better than the first. The humour is rather immature and lazy, but carried by Warwick Davis it is rather endearing. Fun to imagine Wicket going around and killing people. The acting is better, emotions range from scared to distraught. In a bigger setting and set on St. Patrick's Day the film has more to do and there are some great moments. Such as the drinking contest. Would we ever see Krueger, Myers or Leathface engage in a drinking contest? I doubt it. Not to mention Davis is cheered on by a group of "wee people" that chant "One of us". It's a more enjoyable film and one that overstretch it's reach.

- kiriyamakazou, Tuesday, March 24, 2009