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After his body has been decomposed into a well in North Dakota 25 years ago, Leprechaun is back, but this time through a group of girls who have decided to build a house where the cab they demolished was. Leprechaun returned to teach these women a lesson in accidental murder but they do not have it in their lives.
Leprechaun Returns mixes red blood and green goo with exquisitely gory results, but Steven Kostanski's command of over-the-top deaths isn't enough to distract from the film's flat-footed storytelling jig.
Kostanski should really be working with material that matches his imagination and wonderfully silly sense of humor, but this career detour is acceptable fun, and the first Warwick-less installment to ease the pain of the actor's absence.