They do a trick about a person getting sawed in half. Mitch then for some reason sees her idea and throws himself into the walls, which Tammy approves of. The Leprechaun, realizing what Scott is going to do, tries to negotiate by saying he will share the gold. I find the death of the woman with the inflation of the lips, breasts, and butt to be horrifying to watch and not in a good way. Before he can cause fatal harm to Tammy, Scott immediately appears and a showdown commences between the two. Suddenly he uses the shilling to tell him where he needs to put his chips.
In fact, this was John Gatins next film after Pumpkinhead 2 so he already has the Monster Crap history there. Here you will find unforgettable moments, scenes and lines from all your favorite films. To them, being rich is more important than what needs to be done. Enter the Leprechaun with an axe. Made by movie fans, for movie fans.
Scott places the phone on the keyboard and the computer program talking about the Leprechaun continues, this time saying that a Leprechaun is territorial and will never tolerate another Leprechaun crossing his boundaries. In this case, Scott wishes that he had a winning streak. The guy takes the twenty bucks and leaves in a hurry. Leprechaun promises Scott that if he takes the pot of gold, they'll share it, and Scott will be trapped forever as a Leprechaun. Gupta runs back upstairs to call for help, but is strangled to death by the Leprechaun via the phone cord.
Sadly the death scenes are lame, with a few victims just being strangled, some even killed off screen. The audience screams and flees in terror as Scott and Tammy arrive for the final showdown. The body count is five. Scott then goes to his room and asks for room service. They get into an argument and somewhere along the way, Mitch mentions that he wishes he could get Tammy and true to the wish, Tammy starts hitting on him, saying she wants him. The doctors notice irregularity in both his skin and blood, due to Scott's transformation. Loretta becomes suspicious that the coin Scott had with him had some kind of magical properties.
The first sequel was god awful in just about every respect, but was made bearable by the Lep's rhyming one-liners. She is depicted a past her prime woman who longs for the days when she was young and beautiful. Her body falls to the ground as bits of her blue dress is caught on the Leprechaun's umbrella. At the shop, he finds the dead owner and one of Leprechaun's gold coins that grants a wish to its finder. Tammy and Scott arrive and warn the people to leave for their own safety. Gupta finds the shilling and goes to find the rest.
Effects wise, glowing green eyes and dry ice seems to be the extent of what the low budget would allow, but the movie is always entertaining with its campiness. The doctors decide to go with every test, starting with those that begin with the letter A because this guy can afford it. During his stay at the casino, Scott begins to undergo Leprechaun-like tendencies for instnace, quoting random limericks in an Irish accent. He also notices that the magician Fazio was the guy who broke into his room. .
Mitch is killed after Tammy leaves the room. Now, I may not know much about statues like this, but that thing is more than twenty dollars because I have looked online and the cheapest sculpture I could find was one for 39. Yes, John Gatins was in Pumpkinhead 2 as the younger Judge Dixon, who killed Tommy. While Scott gets on the elevator, Loretta runs into Fazio and she explains that Scott won a lot of money because the wheel was broken and she mentions that Scott was hanging with Tammy and has a gold coin that she wants. She then proceeds on electrocuting him. I thought that was vampires, werewolves, and zombies? Harmless fun and the best one of the franchise that I've seen up until now.
After the leprechaun moves into the casino, he beats with his shillelagh the hitmen, Tony and Art, sent to shake up Mitch. Tammy and Scott link up to fight the leprechaun, whose bite is causing Scott to turn into a leprechaun himself. Their story has no drama until Scott shows up at the pawn shop. It must be the same character! The owner claims it's a good luck charm. Of course, he takes the medallion and the Leprechaun Warwick Davis comes to life.
It is really good to do this film because I know next year, we will not be having that fun with Leprechaun 4: In Space. Oh and he died in the last movie but now he's back. It really shows that the cast was having fun and I always appreciate that in a film. The flick unfolds just like the other sequels, with no explanation of how the Leprechaun got to his location, or even a reference to the other movies. The effects were also great so overall, this may be one of my favorite inductions because I was able get a lot out of it.