Unable to conceive, Thakurain Lajjo enlists the help of her maid, Mahua, and approaches a demon named Nevla, who assures her that she will indeed give birth but if it's a daughter, then she must surrender her to him, to which she agrees. Shortly thereafter, she gives birth to a daughter, Kamya, but refuses to surrender it. Mahua poisons her, abducts Kamya, and takes her to Nevla, but Thakur Pratap Singh intervenes just in time, banishes the former to a coffin in a cavern, and rescues his daughter. 18 years later, Kamya herself will be compelled to approach and resurrect Nevla in order to win the love of Kumar - who she is obsessed with - and will do anything to make him her's forever.
Wes T (jp) wrote: Fans of the films should prepare to be disappointed as Leprechaun: Origins is just another bland monster in the woods movie.
Alexandre S (kr) wrote: vu le dimanche 10 avril 2011 (jour des 37 ans de ma soeur) au cin (C)ma Le Cratre Toulouse de 16h50 18h30 ! (projectionniste Alexis, b (C)n (C)vole Laurence)
Ken T (es) wrote: OMG...This was the stupidest movie ever created. Do spiders really make those noises...Hmmmm, no? Lame duck syndrome...Someone should tell the director the writers and the cast that crack kills. You can't even call this a "B" movie..."
Robert R (es) wrote: A true testament to the cinematic versatility of Robin Williams, "One Hour Photo" is a subtle, contained, sick-to-your stomach thriller tinged with Mark Romanek's signature aesthetic flair.
Andrejs P (de) wrote: Entertaining Robert Altman bank robber movie with Keith Carradine and Shelley Duvall.
Adam R (us) wrote: I'm really pretty surprised I didn't like it more. It was more just sort of cute than funny.
Jeshelle V (es) wrote: Just cook the damn chickens already!! I hate this show. It's just plain creepy.
Cameron M (mx) wrote: Beautifully made, and Diane Lane is extraordinary