In the 80s Jason and Freddy ruled but the 90s belonged to the Leprechaun.This is as hilarious as it is scary.Warwick Davis was made for this role.Lep has done it all.In this great introductory film he helped launch Jennifer Aniston's career.In part he would give Romeo a run as he searched for love.Then he went to Vegas for a vacation.Of course the world could not hold him so he went to space.And finally he give trip a new meaning in the hood[twice].The only thing left for him to do is battle Chucky.
Worth checking out just for the speciel features.This played a double bill with the appropriately titled 'I Eat Your Skin'.Weren't the 70s great! This is uncut but it really doesn't help it much.What does help is that the cast is obviously having a ball hamming it up with a ridiculous script that includes hippies who do strange blood rituals, pies that turn people rabid and make them fear water!
Starts out rather intriguing and then we meet a carload of irritating people.As is often the case in these type of films the group of goofballs bring this on themselves.They decide to play road rage with the bunny who is homicidal enough already.You have seen this scenario play out before right down to our goofballs finding a driveway that has bags of bones hanging from the trees and that don't convince them to turnaround.
This is of course a comedy at heart.It is a take on a subgenre of films that have objects come to life.Usually it is machines but in this case its a tire.Lots of hilarious things happen and there are plenty of unmined ideas to put in a sequal.Also this movie takes place in an alternate world where people watch movies as they happen with binoculars.
Part 1 showed us more health code violations than gore.Part 2 is the best of the trilogy where our evil cookie goes to a horror movie that may be dumber than this. NOW we get to part 3 which starts at a high security institution with what would appear to be actually very low on security.For some reason there is a time machine also unguarded and Ginger just happens to know how to use it.The setup gives way more promise than the movie lives up to.It is mderately fun but seems thrown together at times.