Planning on executing Rory for infringing on their territory Watson and his gang are all disposed of by the Leprechaun, while Emily, Rory and Jamie drive off in Watson's car which the Leprechaun latches to the bottom of for a short while and go looking for help from Esmeralda. In the present Father Jacob Willie C. Carpenter is chased through the construction site of the youth center he had planned on building by the Leprechaun, whose gold Jacob had taken to fund the building project. While this is probably overall one of the nicer looking transfers in the Leprechaun set, there are occasional issues with softness and once again slightly variable contrast which tends to afflict dimmer sequences. Believing the Leprechaun is dead Emily returns to Rory, only for the recovered Leprechaun to renew his attack on them.
The film has little to offer other than a rote scare or two, with surprisingly little whimsy, let alone outright comedy. Cast: , , , , , , Neil Milin, Director: Steven Ayromlooi Genres: Production Co: Lions Gate Entertainment Keywords: , , , , , , ,. This time around, a group of inner-city friends go from rags to riches when they stumble upon some treasures. Advised to use four-leaf clovers against the Leprechaun by Esmeralda, Rory laces the of his gun with clovers Jamie finds in the Rory had earlier sold him. Leprechaun: Back 2 tha Hood Commentary. United States: Lions Gate Entertainment. So instead, they try to steal his loot and unlock the evil Leprechaun by removing the emblem and they also steal the flute.
Warwick Davis once again reprises the title role, which he's assumed throughout the series, and instead of Ice-T, who co-starred in Leprechaun in the Hood, another rapper, Sticky Fingaz of Onyx, is onboard for this blood bath. Although she and her friends quickly go from rags to riches, they discover that the gold belongs to someone else: an evil leprechaun Warwick Davis who has returned from hell to claim his treasure. . The rest of the movie the rappers are on the run from both Ice-T and the Leprechaun and doing different things to try and elude them until they can make it to Las Vegas, where they hope to compete in a rap contest. So what we end up having is the green guy doing some killing, the rappers doing some killing, Ice-T doing some killing, and bits and pieces of rap music throughout as well. That might seem a bit excessive for a film of such limited ambitions and haphazard execution as Leprechaun: Back 2 tha Hood, but it at least helps, along with the other supplements, to make this release a bit more appealing. Decked out in bling-bling and smoking chronically, Leprechaun dispenses with the unsuspecting pals one by one.
Evil has a whole new rap and the kids from the hood had better watch their backs. For more about Leprechaun: Back 2 tha Hood and the Leprechaun: Back 2 tha Hood Blu-ray release, see published by Jeffrey Kauffman on October 14, 2014 where this Blu-ray release scored 2. Director: Starring: , , , , , Producer: » Leprechaun: Back 2 tha Hood Blu-ray Review Reviewed by , October 14, 2014 Note: This film is included in the bundle. Because without the medallion, the statue transforms into the Leprechaun, who goes on a killing spree looking for his missing gold, once again! In her house Lisa is attacked by the Leprechaun and manages to fight him off for a short while, but is killed when the Leprechaun claws her in the stomach, with her friends finding her body moments later. The sixth installment of the series the film has the villainous Leprechaun rampaging through an urban ghetto due to a quartet of friends discovering and taking his gold, using it to fulfill their wildest dreams. Searching for Rory the Leprechaun stops by his house and kills his girlfriend Chanel by tearing out her upper jaw out, reclaiming the gold she used to make a tooth while Rory and Emily are stopped and harassed by Officers Thompson and Whitaker Chris Murray.
Speaking in riddles and rhymes, the demon stalks his victims with ruthless determination -- and scores some really good pot along the way. Leprechaun: Back 2 tha Hood 2003 Leprechaun: Back 2 tha Hood Blu-ray despite solid video and great audio falls short as an overall poor Blu-ray release The Leprechaun is back in the hood, all blazed up and seeking revenge! This time around, a group of inner-city friends go from rags to riches when they stumble upon some treasures. There are no issues with artifacts or digital tweaking of the image. City hairdresser Emily Woodrow Tangi Miller finds the answer to her financial problems when she stumbles upon a chest brimming with gold. Although she and her friends quickly go from rags to riches, they discover that the gold belongs to someone else: an evil leprechaun Warwick Davis who has returned from hell to claim his treasure. Rory and Emily are given the chance to run with the gold when the Leprechaun is distracted by Jamie and Esmeralda the latter dying in a magical duel with the Leprechaun. Sloan Distributed by Release date s December 30, 2003 Running time 87 minutes Country United States Language Preceded by Leprechaun: In the Hood Leprechaun: Back 2 tha Hood is a comedy-horror film written and directed by Steven Ayromlooi.
At the where Emily works the Leprechaun sneaks in and, after killing a customer on the massage table by breaking her neck, attacks Emily, who barely escapes and warns Rory and the recently released Jamie, who rush to get to Lisa's. Little do they know that the booty belongs to the terrifying little green man and he wants it back. Followed to the roof of the building Rory tries fighting the Leprechaun and is knocked out, though before the Leprechaun can kill him Emily taunts him by throwing some of his gold into nearby wet cement and lures him into the ruins of the youth center, where she tosses his gold into a furnace before knocking the Leprechaun in with it. Technical merits are generally very good to excellent for those interested in this title. Leprechaun: Back 2 tha Hood probably should have been picketed by some activist group, but I'll leave it to finer minds to determine whether that coalition should have been Irish or African American. Knocking Emily off the roof and leaving her barely holding on the Leprechaun taunts her, but is shot several times in the middle of his by Rory, who had fixed his gun. While having a barbecue at the abandoned youth center construction site with Lisa, their stoner friend Jamie and her ex-boyfriend turned drug dealer Rory Jackson Emily falls through a hole and discovers the Leprechaun's gold in an old tunnel where it was hidden by Father Jacob.
This particular outing could almost be thought of as a none too successful attempt to reboot the Blaxploitation craze of any earlier era, though with characters as resolutely unappealing as the gaggle of mendacious youths rampaging through this film not to mention the always nasty leprechaun himself , exploitation starts to feel a little like abuse after a while. When a group of friends discover his treasure, they find out they've unleashed a can of whoop ass! While Emily and Jamie want to return the gold Rory does not and takes off with it; shortly after realizing Rory is gone Emily is attacked and chased outside by the Leprechaun, but is saved when Rory has a change of heart and comes back for her. One year later two down on their luck friends Emily and Lisa Duncan Sherrie Jackson have their fortune told by the Esmeralda who warns them that they will attain great wealth soon, but it must be denied as it will come at a great price and summon a terrible evil. Here you will find unforgettable moments, scenes and lines from all your favorite films. Synopsis The sixth movie in the seemingly endless series finds the title character revisiting the territory he menaced in the fifth outing.
Colors are nicely vivid and accurate looking, and detail can be quite appealing, especially in close-ups. After the death of the king the Leprechauns returned to their places of origin, all except one who remained in the mortal world and through the ages slowly became corrupted and obsessed with the treasure he still guarded. Little do they know that the booty belongs to the terrifying little green man and he wants it back. The final scene has Warwick Davis as the Leprechaun doing his own rap tune which is kind of a hoot and probably the best part of the movie, but we have to wait 90 minutes for this, though. Leprechaun: Back 2 tha Hood actually has one redeeming characteristic, however: a surprisingly effective little animated sequence that serves as this film's prologue.
Using laced Jacob manages to banish the Leprechaun, summoning demonic hands which drag him underground, but soon after drops dead of injuries inflicted by the Leprechaun during the fight. Decked out in bling-bling and smoking chronically, Leprechaun dispenses with the unsuspecting pals one by one. When the Leprechaun arrives Rory shoots him several times with the clover bullets, only for his gun to jam before he can finish the Leprechaun off. Splitting up the gold which is produced in a never ending amount by the chest it was contained in evenly the quartet of friends use it to fulfill their fantasies, unaware that by taking the gold they have released the Leprechaun, who begins stalking the group killing a guest who takes one of his coins at a party held by Jamie, prompting the police to temporarily arrest him. 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. Shooting the Leprechaun repeatedly Rory runs out of bullets before he dies, but distracts him long enough for Emily to hit the Leprechaun with the chest of coins, sending him plummeting off the rooftop and into the wet cement below, where the Leprechaun sinks and becomes trapped with his gold.