The Leprechaun's Game

2020

Horror

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IMDb Rating 2.8 10 11

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Reviewed by paul_haakonsen 3 / 10 / 10

No one cares where his gold is...

I must admit that I wasn't harboring much of any high expectations for the 2020 horror movie titled "Vengeance of the Leprechaun's Gold" (aka "The Leprechaun's Game") given the movie's cover actually. But still, with it being a horror movie that I hadn't already seen, of course I managed to find the time to sit down and watch it. Well, it was a waste of my time and effort really, because this wasn't a particularly enjoyable or entertaining movie. And with it being in the horror genre? Well, let's just say that you will not find anything scary in the movie. Well, unless you count some dubious acting performances and the make-up on the leprechaun scary... The storyline in "Vengeance of the Leprechaun's Gold" was pretty straight forward, and required absolutely no involvement from the viewer, so you can just lean back and watch the movie and switch off the brain. Not that the movie's storyline offered much of any worthwhile entertainment, though. For a horror movie then "Vengeance of the Leprechaun's Gold" was really weak. There was nothing scary about the movie, as I mentioned earlier. It felt, at best, like a home project to make a horror movie. You might want to skip on this 2020 movie from writers Shannon Holiday and Louisa Warren, as your time, money and effort is better spent elsewhere. I am rating "Vengeance of the Leprechaun's Gold" a mere, but generous, three out of ten stars.

Reviewed by lemmyhead / 10

DIRE

I hate writing bad reviews. I'm British and like British films. I like low budget films. Jackpot! A low budget British film. Let me point all the good points about this film first. No, can't think of one. The acting is dire. If any of the actors taking part are thinking they can make a living from acting, sit down, give yourself a good talking to and have a re-think. The directing is a step above point and click. Just. So, the story must make up for all the bad stuff, right? No. A couple of thieves get together, with friends, to search for a crock of gold at the end of the rainbow. They're hired by a collector of oddities to find it. He offers them 100k if they find it or 1k if they fail. Any sensible thief would go home, make a cuppa and watch Netflix. Leave it for a week and go and collect the 1k. No, these dummies actually go and look for it. For some reason the end of the rainbow is in a wood, apparently. They lift up a few leaves, nothing. Hang on! It's over here. This is the time that the plot actually gets things right. They decide that the pot of gold is worth more than 100k and split the gold between them. As it turns out the gold belongs to a leprechaun. He's a little miffed at the theft and hunts the thieves down. Now, we all know that a leprechaun is it little guy who's Irish, don't we? Not now. He's now a six foot Jamaican. And who would have guessed that the leprechaun masks that you can buy at Halloween are 100% accurate? At about the half way mark I was thinking that I might have got things wrong. This is meant to be a comedy but nothing funny had happened. This was reinforced when one of the characters investigates a noise outside. He arms himself with a garden trowel but then decides on a clothes line prop. I'm at a complete loss by this time. Is this meant to be a comedy/horror or a horror/comedy or just a horror or a comedy. Which ever of these options, it fails miserably. The only redeeming feature is that it's only 80 minutes. I've wasted 80 minutes of my life so you don't have to. Seriously, give this a big miss. Ignore my advice at your peril. Don't say I didn't warn you.

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