Leprechaun: Back 2 Tha Hood
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The Film starts with Emily falling down a hole in an abandond construction field. Once in there she finds a forest, and a treasure box, which she finds has an unlimited supply of gold. When she finds the money, her and her friend go on a spending spree, but what they don't realize is that they have awakend a Leprechaun that Wnats his Gold.
I had very, very low hopes going into this movie, and I'm glad to say that i was pleasently surprised. This has got to be the best Leprechaun film in a long while. The Cast (for the most part) actually knows how to act... I know shocking, lol. And in this installment they do into the mythology of the Leprechaun, which i like alot. And Tangi Miller (from Tv's Felicity) plays the main character.
The Special FEatures include 4 storyboards, the Trailer, a Commentary with Davis and the Directior (Great & Fun), and another Commentary with the Technical Crew.
Now the movie itself is great. Ghetto Queen finds the treasure and passes it around to her homies. They buy what you'd expect, cars, jewelry, weaves, gold teeth, and an ample supply of marijuana. Well our little green friend 'don't play dat'. He kills with a bong, rips your fillings out, takes an electric razor to the eye, kills the rival gang, burns in a furnace, is shot with hallow point rounds (filled with four leaf clovers ha ha ha!!!), but best of all he kills two cops and steals their car. How can a leprechaun drive you ask? Easy! He rips the leg off one of the cops and uses it because he can't reach the pedals. Classic.
The film is about poor people in the hood who stumble across a bunch of gold, which won't go away. They start using it for their own things, and so the Leprechaun comes for them. I liked the dialogue because it was so off the wall at times, it was downright hilarious. What's wrong with laughing at a horror movie? It means you enjoyed something about it a little differently than others.
I think they should make another in the hood because it seems like the ones set there are the funniest and most creative. I thought the one in space was actually really good too. Now I think New Line needs to follow this formula putting Jason in the Hood because that would be fun to watch. Jason do a drive by with his machete sticking out the window, chopping rival gangmembers in half, smoking weed with his homies, getting the munchies! That would be cool. But Leprachaun Back 2 Tha Hood is definitely worth buying, even if you laugh. It's supposed to be humorous and/or scary at the same time. Go out now and buy this treasure.
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Great price great product Had this on my DVR Great Movie also have leprechaun back in the hoodPublished 22 days ago by William Jeffrey Price
Leprechaun: Back 2 tha Hood, the first little glimmer of continuity in the whole franchise. Read more
this is a awesome movie. well this is the sixth installment of the leprechaun movies. this one is just as good as 1 and 2. I love these movies. Read morePublished 1 month ago by David
Leperchaun: In the Hood and Back 2 Tha Hood are the 2 best movies of this series.Published 2 months ago by Luz P
Kind of disappointed in the movie considering that the fear and scares that came with the first few movies are gone, this movie I would say held more comedy than it did with the... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Mystery
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