Leprechaun 1993 R CC

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A horrific Leprechaun goes on a rampage after his precious bag of gold coins is stolen. He uses all of his magical destructive powers to trick, terrorize and kill anyone who is unlucky enough to hinder his relentless search. In a frantic attempt to survive the wrath of the Leprechaun, Tori and her friends scramble to find the only weapon known to kill this Irish monster...a four-leaf clover.

Starring:
Warwick Davis, Jennifer Aniston
Runtime:
1 hour 32 minutes

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Leprechaun

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Product Details

Genres Fantasy, Comedy, Horror
Director Mark Jones
Starring Warwick Davis, Jennifer Aniston
Supporting actors Ken Olandt, Mark Holton, Robert Hy Gorman, Shay Duffin, John Sanderford, John Voldstad, Pamela Mant, William Newman, David Permenter, Raymond C. Turner, Heather Kennedy, Tim Garrick, Alexandra Sachs, Brandon Sachs, Klexius Kolby, David Tripet
Studio Lionsgate
MPAA rating R (Restricted)
Captions and subtitles English Details
Rental rights 24 hour viewing period. Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

Customer Reviews

If you like pure fun this a good movie for you.
John La Rocca
Throwing the shoes at him (dirty ones at that) to distract so they could get away is just one example of the movies corniness.
Paperbackstash
One of my all time favorite classic horror movies!
Donald Turnmire

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

43 of 48 people found the following review helpful By Ron2900 on July 18, 2014
Format: Blu-ray
I'll be shelling out a wee bit of me own gold to buy this 4 Disc Leprechaun Collection on Blu-ray.

Scream as you may! Scream as you might! Let's all Scream in delight over this release!

Leprechaun: The complete movie collection will include all 6 Leprechaun movies in high-def for the first time and the Leprechaun Origins reboot.

Here is a breakdown of the four discs for all ye lads and lassies out there...

Disc One:
* Leprechaun
* Leprechaun 2
* Audio commentary on Leprechaun by director Mark Jones
* Audio commentary on Leprechaun 2 by director Rodman Flender
* A making of featurette on Leprechaun and Leprechaun 2 with never before seen behind the scenes footage and photos.

Disc Two:
* Leprechaun 3
* Leprechaun 4: In Space
* Audio commentary on Leprechaun 3 and 4 by director Brian Trenchard Smith
* A making of featurette on Leprechaun 3 and 4 with never before seen behind the scenes footage and photos.

Disc Three:
* Leprechaun In the Hood
* Leprechaun: Back 2 Tha Hood
* Audio commentary on Leprechaun In the Hood by director Rob Spera
* Audio commentary on Leprechaun: Back 2 Tha Hood by director Steven Ayromlooi
* A making of featurette on Leprechaun In the Hood and Leprechaun: Back 2 Tha Hood with never before seen behind the scenes footage and photos.

Disc Four:
* Leprechaun: Origins
* Leprechaun: An Icon Reborn featurette
* Leprechaun: Behind the Blood featurette
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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Kevin H. Dudley on October 1, 2014
Format: Blu-ray
The long running, fun but often scoffed at Leprechaun series makes its blu-ray debut in style courtesy of the fine people at Lionsgate. This collection gathers together Leprechaun (1993), Leprechaun 2 (1994), Leprechaun 3 (1995), Leprechaun 4: In Space (1997), Leprechaun: In the Hood (2000), Leprechaun: Back 2 Tha Hood (2003) and the horrible reboot Leprechaun: Origins (2014). The newest film is being sold seperately but I honestly don't know people why people would go for that when you can instead get the entire series in high definition for about only 10 dollars more. The first 6 films are put on two at a time on the first 3 discs with Origins getting the 4th disc all by itself.
Each film is presented in its original widescreen aspect ratios with lossless sound. What I was most pleasantly surprised with was the amount of high quality extras that were given to each film. Lionsgate could have easily just gone with a barebones release but the amount of love that was given to this series is something that I didn't expect.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By bam bam on February 27, 2005
Format: DVD
First of all, this movie is not for everybody. Easygoing people who get a kick out of watching a comedy/horror movie will like it and find it entertaining. People who are uptight and nitpicky probably won't. This movie was made to be what it is. It's not supposed to be a serious horror flick. Anybody who assumed it would be HAS to be a little slow. Who in their right mind would read the back of this movie and think it is going to be the "ultimate" thriller? LOL. Bottomline: If you're the kind of person who has to watch a perfect horror movie or else it stinks, this movie is not for you. The people who can enjoy this movie without being so picky, myself included, will be just fine without you.
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Stanley Runk VINE VOICE on November 8, 2004
Format: DVD
The 80s gave us horror icons that will last forever. We got Jason, Freddy, Pinhead and Chucky. The 90s tried to repeat this process, but it didn't work as well. Sure, there were minor horror icons, but nowhere close to what the 80s gave us. The best the 90s had to offer in terms of boogeymen was The Wishmaster, The Candyman(Tony Todd is fantastic), Jack Frost, Gabriel from The Prophecy, The Gordon Fishstick guy from I Know What You Did Last Summer, and of course, The Leprechaun. I'm sure you've seen Leprechaun or one of the sequels anyway. Alot of people hate them or just write them off as crap, but someone out there likes them coz they're up to six as of this review. It's hard for me to take one star reviews of Leprechaun seriously. People were expecting a real horror film? Did they expect really pulse pounding, hair raising, nonstop edge-of-your-seat terror from Leprechaun? The film is about a killer leprechaun, I feel I'd better just clear that up for you. This film was never meant to be taken seriously and they go to great lengths to prove this over and over again throughout the film. It's a comedy. Sure, you'll find it in the horror section of your local video store, but you'll also find Army Of Darkness there as well. Leprechaun is morbid and relies on a slasher film-type formula, but it's pure camp. How's the movie? Fun, very fun. Warwick Davis is a joy to watch. It's nice to see a short actor get steady work in the film business-especially as the lead actor in the films. Mark Holton(who'll you remember as the rich kid who steals Pee-Wee's bike in Pee-Wee's Big Adventure) is very funny as the mentally slow painter who believes in the leprechaun and tries to get everyone else to believe as well. The kid's rather annoying, as kids tend to be in these kinds of films.Read more ›
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