Leprechaun 5 DVD Box Set £11.24 + Free Delivery @ Sendit
Leprechaun 5 DVD Box Set £11.24 + Free Delivery @ Sendit

Leprechaun 5 DVD Box Set £11.24 + Free Delivery @ Sendit

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One of the funniest horror sagas of all times ( not scariest but funniest)

A horrific Leprechaun (Warwick Davis: Willow, Star Wars: Return of the Jedi) goes on a killing rampage after his bag of gold is stolen, using magical powers to trick, terrorise and kill those that hinder his search, including Tory (Jennifer Aniston: Friends), who tries to find a way to kill the Irish monster.

Leprechaun 2
A thousand years ago the Leprechaun left a bloody trail through the countryside. Now the Leprechaun has been resurrected in the big city, using all his deadly tricks to snare a beautiful girl he has seen in his nightmares and kill her boyfriend who has stolen one of the Irish monster's precious gold coins.

Leprechaun 3
The ancient evil Leprechaun begins his reign of terror when a young college student discovers one of the Leprechaun's gold coins, which will grant the fondest wish of the one who holds it. But unfortunately for Scott, the Leprechaun will kill, torture and maim to get his coin back.

Leprechaun 4 - In Space
On a planet in a distant galaxy the power hungry Leprechaun, holds a beautiful alien princess hostage in order to marry her for her royal title. What he hasn't counted on is an invading platoon of marines from Earth, attempting to save the princess and foil his plans.

Leprechaun 5 - In The Hood
The Leprechaun is brought back to life by three rap artists who, after looting the house of hip-hop mogul Mack Daddy (Ice T, New Jack City), they unwittingly end up with the secret of his success: a magical flute. The blood-thirsty Leprechaun and Mack Daddy track them down, leaving a wake of destruction and politically incorrect limericks.


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A very underated series of films, with scripts to rival Cheech and Chongs and acting a tree would be proud of!
Superb films for Friday / Saturday evenings entertainment with a few tinnies. Thanks.:thumbsup:
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