It took four different name changes before Syfy finally settled on a title for Drew Daywalt’s feature debut Leprechaun’s Revenge, no doubt hoping to sucker a few fans who might be thinking this is the newest installment of the Leprechaun franchise. As you’ll see in these two clips, this leprechaun is definitely not Warwick Davis.
Billy Zane slammed evil as The Phantom. Can he slam a leprechaun terrorizing a small Louisiana town?
William Devane was drowned in a swimming pool by Hollow Man. Will a similar fate await him when the most monstrous movie leprechaun to date lets it be known how it really feels about St. Patrick’s Day?
Sixty-six years ago the town of Irish Channel in Louisiana was the site of a horrible massacre on St. Patrick’s Day. Some blame a terrible storm that blew through the town, but those that were there don’t speak of the truth. Due to petty superstitions St. Patrick’s Day festivities were banned for the last 66 years, but now the new Mayor wants to tempt fate and celebrate.
And you thought just getting a punch to the shoulder for not wearing green on St. Patrick’s Day was bad enough.
The film by “Death Valley” filmmaker Drew Daywalt and written by Boo helmer Anthony C. Ferrante that has previously been titled St. Patrick’s Day Leprehaun, Leprechaun, and Red Clover is set to make its Syfy world premiere on March 17th, a Saturday night, of course, at 9/8 Central. Just in time for St. Paddy’s Day, no less.
Syfy has posted two clips from Leprechaun’s Revenge that will make it abundantly clear this is not to be confused with the Warwick Davis Leprechaun films. Is that a leprechaun or an Irish chupacabra?
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