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Leprechaun Collector's Box [DVD]


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  • Actors: Jennifer Aniston, Ken Olandt, Mark Holton, Robert Gorman, Warwick Davis
  • Directors: Mark Jones, Rodman Flender, Brian Trenchard-Smith, Robert Spera
  • Producers: Jeffrey B. Mallian, Donald P. Borchers, Jeff Geoffray, Walter Josten, Henry Seggerman
  • Format: Box set, PAL
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 5
  • Classification: 18
  • Studio: Lions Gate Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: 6 Oct. 2008
  • Run Time: 444 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001E8V6D2
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 5,861 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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The first five films in the comedy horror series. In 'Leprechaun' (1993), J.D. Reding (John Sanderford) and her daughter Tory (Jennifer Aniston) take a break at a summer house which is unfortunately located on the site of an evil leprechaun's (Warwick Davis) stolen gold, and he will stop at nothing to get it back. J.D., Tory and local boys Nathan (Ken Olandt), Alex (Robert Hy Gorman) and Ozzie (Mark Holton) team up to prevent the leprechaun's trail of magic and murder as he tries to drive them away from his treasure. In 'Leprechaun 2' (1994), the nasty little Irishman returns on his 1000th birthday. He gets to choose a bride by making her sneeze three times. Unfortunately the bride he chooses turns out to be the daughter of his slave. In 'Leprechaun 3' (1995), when college student Scott (John Gatins) gives a beautiful magician's assistant a lift to Las Vegas, he can't resist stopping off at a casino. Pretty soon he's lost all of his money and, in order to win it back, decides to pawn his Rolex watch. While at the pawn shop, he finds one of the leprechaun's (Davis) gold shillings and is granted a wish. Thanks to the lucky coin, Scott goes on a winning streak, but the leprechaun has realised his coin has gone missing and is willing to kill to get it back. In 'Leprechaun 4' (1996), in his quest to rule the universe, the leprechaun (Davis) takes to outer space, where he kidnaps an alien princess and plans to marry her. However, when a platoon of space marines are sent to rescue the princess, the leprechaun discovers a sinister half-human, half-computer doctor who wants to use the princess's DNA to restore his body to its former self. Soon the scene is set for a showdown between the leprechaun, the marines, and a gigantic blood-sucking monster, while their spaceship's timer is counting down to self-destruction. Finally, in 'Leprechaun 5' (2000), three young rap artists are in need of money to go to Las Vegas and enter a contest. But when they get caught up in stealing a medallion from a statue, it transforms into the leprechaun (Davis), who goes on a killing spree looking for his missing gold.

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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By I. R. Kerr TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 10 Nov. 2008
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I saw the first Leprechaun movie over a decade ago and although it's not the best movie in this collection it serves as a pretty good introduction as Warwick Davies hams it up with great style as the mischievous pint sized Irish killer who is awoken from his sleep to seek out his gold; it also features a young Jennifer Aniston. The Leprechaun leaves a trail of bodies across America and even into Outer Space as he kills his victims in a variety of garishly inventive ways as the series continues.
There is very little continuity here, the second movie takes him into the city and a Hollywood sightseeing tour run by a drunk. The third movie, set in a seedy Las Vegas casino, is my favourite and is the last of the decent ones. The first 3 movies would have made a great trilogy but the last 2 went one step beyond Madness, the fourth is set on a space-ship and the final one takes him into the 'Hood and some low-life gangsters but I would not begrudge Warwick Davies any of the money he made from them as it's only his performances that raise the last 2 above the level of garbage. The last scene in the last movie has our demonic dwarf rapping "Lep in the Hood come to do no good", priceless.
I have been after these movies as a collection for ages and it is really disappointing that the ONLY extras are subtitles in English on all the discs. Nowadays when so many low grade movies boast a whole host of extras it's a shame this is such a light package. I would have loved interviews and commentary by Warwick Davies. The first 3 movies I will be watching again, the last 2 will stop them from rattling round in the case.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Collins on 15 Aug. 2011
The first is watchable for Jennifer Aniston and the bizarre painting business run by her love interest.
The second is watchable for the very inventive death scenes which the first was sorely lacking. My own personal favourite is the guy getting 'lucky' with the lawnmower. The third is pretty much the same as the second but slightly crazier as the hero of the movie catches Leprechaun disease and fights over precious gold! The final two, in the hood and in space are at points a struggle to get through with only a few redeeming features. All in all a good bargain but seriously, enough now. A well earned three stars but no higher because of the final two.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By T. Connor on 30 Sept. 2014
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Hands down the best film series of all time. Warwick Davis is outstanding. You'd never know he wasn't Irish. The accent is perfect.
Forget 'Saw', 'Scream' and 'Halloween'. They have nothing on the terror of The Leprechaun!
Just don't get between him and his gold. You have been warned.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By firebear62 on 30 May 2011
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This series of movies is dire to say the least.
They get more surreal and bizarre with each production, to the point one wonders if they could possibly get any worse, and believe me, they do.
If you like trashy 'B' movies, and want to venture into 'C' movie category, this is the box set for you.
They are so bad they become entertaining, although when the leprechaun starts to rap, you will want to kill it yourself.
What can I say, they are so awful they are watchable, and with a few beers, can at times be enjoyable.
Once watched, one has the difficult choice to make, to destroy them, or give them away, because you will never want to watch them again.
Given a two star rating for the sheer awfulness of them.
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By D. J. Geninazza on 21 Nov. 2012
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I bought this item as a gift it was very well received..absolutely no complaints except we cant get the recipient away from the DVD's now ...they really are good ...
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Lee Riches on 6 July 2011
Worth the price alone, cost of rentals are just the same.now warrick davis plays a believable Leprechaun that kills people in search for his gold.what can i say, if your a movie fan like me that liked TROLL and CRITTERS etc it has the same flair and atmosphere 80's films have to offer. As the series continue and with any franchise after the first 2 films the 80's feel kind of wears thin.and buy the last film your thinking omg this is rubbish.but its always nice to have a set.isnt it? Rent it!
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By Mary Benson on 21 Nov. 2014
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Got this for my daughter who loved it
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