Leprechaun makes 'the little people' seem a nasty bunch in this fun early 90's minor classic. The film is played for laughs, but does have some cool nasty scenes that will have you cringing and laughing simultaneously. The scene where our lad pogo sticks on a dead man's chest is kinda sick as he makes a little rhyme while killing the poor bastard. I like the scene where he's trying to find a snack and spits out the Lucky Charms like they're made of shit. The Leprechaun doesn't seem too impressed by his looks either has he scares himself with a mirror. The gold is what he wants, the resident of a home that a new tenant has moved into took it from him 10 years earlier. The Leprechaun was boxed in the basement, but lived on. Now, he has awakened with the moving in of a young and hot looking Jennifer Anniston (who had a nice ass back in '92). She and a group of handy men painting her house must now battle for their lives as shorty gets that gold back by all means necessary. Several funny and nasty scenes take place before the little fellow gets his gold coins. Unfortunately, the slow-witted helper has swallowed the 100th piece and our buddy isn't one to miscount his gold. It's a fast paced finish as the unlucky must find a four-leafed clover to finally kill off the green meany. He ends up melting and being burned in a well, but as we all know that was far from the end of this little rascal. Hey, it ain't gonna scare ya, but it was a fun little flick. We must love these witty types of horror characters, because this film went on to become a franchise like Child's Play and Freddy before it. Leprechaun seemed better to me the second time around, maybe I'm getting soft in my old age or maybe Jennifer Anniston's ass just looked softer. I wants me gold too!