Leprechaun in the Hood

Leprechaun in the Hood

When Butch, Postmaster P, and Stray Bullet loot the local hip-hop mogul's studio to fund their demo album, the threesome unwittingly ends up with the secret of Mack Daddy's success: a magical flute. Their gigs instantly turn golden but a blood-thristy Leprechaun and an angry Mack Daddy are hot on their trail, leaving a wake of destruction tainted by politically incorrect limericks.

He's been in the country side, he's been downtown, he's been to Las Vegas, he's even been in space, now that evil Leprechaun is in DA HOOD! Three young rap artists are looking for a break. They need money to buy some music equipment so they can go to Las Vegas and enter a contest. They meet up with a local pimp named Mack Daddy who agrees to "hook them up", but later declines. The rappers want to get even with him so one night they break into Mack's place and steal a lot of his jewelry, gold, and even the medallion from an ugly looking statue. Shouldn't have done that! Because without the medallion, the statue transforms into the Leprechaun, who goes on a killing spree looking for his missing gold, once again! And the song says it all, "there's nothing' scarier than a Lep' in the hood!" . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Jocelyn M (ag) wrote: A film has not made me squirm in disgust like that for a while! Very gory, but surprisingly good!

Ryden G (us) wrote: Pretty great movie, but it didn't have an ending. WTF! Halfway through one of the scenes it just cuts to credits.

Mark N (br) wrote: An fantastically funny and original book where the author undertakes a frivolous bet to hitchhike around Ireland with a fridge. A life affirming tale of how rich and wonderful life can be. Unfortunately it fails to translate into an enjoyable small budget movie. The pace is slow and fans of the book might balk at the unnecessary changes.

Tim D (fr) wrote: Hulk vs. Wolverine was a pretty simple concept but still a lot of fun. It involved a bunch of Weapon X characters and serves as a good watch. Hulk vs. Thor, surprisingly, had a really good story. It wasn't simply that Hulk and Thor met and decided they have to battle to the death. It was much more than that. Marvel can keep coming out with these animated features because they don't show any drop in quality.

Baurushan J (mx) wrote: The movie is not potentially good as it is ultimately shit from the get go. The story is about a group of nurses at a psychiatric hospital who are concerned about this "mirror-game" that ends up raising the spirit of a fabled killer and kills her victims. There is no chance I am going to call this an updated classic because it is not and it won't hold up. The characters are thinly written, the scares have any value or whatsoever, there's no tension, there's no suspense, the horror is cheap and this one teenager is constantly dumping other girls into a black hole to be killed so she can be like the bully/asshole character into the mix plus no one can find out that she got the girl killed by the mirror-witch in the first place...nice because it was her in the first place along with her friends! Bloody Mary gets a 4/10.

Nathan C (ru) wrote: A for AwfulB for BadC for CowshitD for DogshitE for EvilF for Fuck This MovieAnd G for Gay,What Should I Give This?Score: 0/10

Paul C (fr) wrote: Funny little indy film about a pathetic and annoying "film geek". Not art, but fun, as long as the main character doesn't get on your nerves too much.

Arjun A (de) wrote: Dat Mariah track doe!

Peter S (kr) wrote: Donald as usually plays wacko and as always is great at it!

Trinity C (au) wrote: I like this film. It's funny and I like the ethics.

Abhishek H (ca) wrote: Gregory Peck...at his best..with the sensuous Sophia Loren...!!!

Esperana C (us) wrote: "Same as it ever was!" Definitive Post Modern Performance. Although, Not my favorite band, every concert movie should feel this intimate and intense. Just saw in a theater for the first time in the theater. Cinematography and Recorded Sound are almost perfect. I can see why this has gotten great reviews. I remember when it was heavily promoted on MTV in it's day!

Orlok W (es) wrote: A gorgeous and emotional film--Like Royalty in Exile!!

Robert K (ca) wrote: 60's trash. Camp and very silly. Must stop making myself watch these films. Better than Snatch.

Chris H (ag) wrote: An interesting Russian experimental documentary that presents some cool visuals that being said it is very hard to sit through.

monsieur r (fr) wrote: Mildly entertaining with the usual chase scenes, this film was not easy to sit through. The plot is pretty much a stretch to believe as the lead, Pamela Grier as Friday, who's cover is that of a young photographer on assignment. But she gets involved in all sorts of mischief with hardened criminals along the way. An assassination attempt is made on a black billionaire and a bright young fashion photographer investigates. She's drawn into a dangerous adventure involving mystery and intrigue, and incovers a conspiracy plot aimed at black politicians. Based on the comic strip. The pace is pretty fast and the appearance of hit man Carl Weathers (Apollo Creed in the Rocky films) is the best part of the film for action sequences. It appears Friday Foster is bad luck to be around as murders happen in her presence. Recommended for those fans of the "black is beautiful" film era of the seventies and the curious. Almost cult status films were generated during the time. Cast Pam Grier Jim Backus (veteran tv and movie actor, Gilligan's Island) Godfrey Cambridge (sixties comedian) Scatman Crothers (often a John Wayne film regular) Eartha Kitt (long time 50-60's singer) Ted Lange Yaphet Kotto Thalmus Rasulala Carl Weathers (Apollo Creed in Rocky and other films) Crew Composer: Luchi De Jesus Editor: Stanley Frazen Screenplay: Orville Hampton Director: Arthur Marks Producer: Arthur Marks Cinematographer: Harry May

Davi M (fr) wrote: Really messed up... but interesting