Peter Dinklage is one of those actors whose roles of ranged from the sublime (Game of Thrones, The Station Agent) to the bizarre (Underdog), and one of his upcoming projects sounds pretty crazy. In the comedy film O'Lucky Day, Dinklage is set to play a con man who may be a Leprechaun.
That's a crucial lesson that you'll learn from the movie Leprechaun: Back 2 Tha Hood. A lot of this movie is on Youtube thanks to MovieClips, and it actually looks worse than its criminally insane predecessor Leprechaun 5: In Tha Hood.
The first clip from the WWE-produced horror film Leprechaun: Origins is out. And we're now even more sure that Leprechaun: Origins should just be retitled Baby Fish Mouth: Origins, because it makes no sense. Watch the leprechaun growl like a tiger and eat people. So this isn't a leprechaun at all, is it? WARNING…
Finally, the nefarious title monster of the rebooted Leprechaun has been revealed, and... what the hell? Guys? Do you even know what a leprechaun is?
The first trailer for the WWE-produced Leprechaun: Origins has dropped. You'll first notice that the movie appears to be taking itself very seriously. Then you'll probably notice that it also seemingly has nothing to do with leprechauns.
Hollywood's addiction to remakes and reboots continues unabated, with dozens of films in development. And meanwhile, bookshelves are straining with hundreds of original, thrilling novels that have never been adapted to the screen. Here's a second dose of our list of books that should be adapted instead of yet another…
Former "star" and finalist of Fox's movie-making-oriented reality series On the Lot, Zach Lipovsky, has been hired to direct the reboot of the Leprechaun franchise and I say franchise in the loosest sense of the term possible.
Lionsgate has hired a screenwriter Harris Wilkinson to remake its classic Leprechaun horror movie. And according to Deadline, Lionsgate "already set the WWE wrestler Hornswoggle to play the creature when the project was unveiled as the first in a two-film deal between Lionsgate and WWE Studios." That is a real thing…
This week's television holds many wonders: The return of Pee-Wee Herman! Isaiah Mustafa is back on Chuck. "Our" universe's Lincoln Lee appears on Fringe, and we've got the first clip. V's season finale goes all out!
What would the cover of exploitation gem Drive Angry look like if it got a special Criterion release? The Fake Criterion Collection takes on the greatest bad movies and translates them into gorgeously hilarious art pieces. Here are our favorites.
What's hopping this week in TV Land? The returns of FlashForward and Breaking Bad, and the premiere of the dementedly fun zom-com Ugly Americans. All this, and new Lost, Caprica, Chuck, and oodles more on this week's What To Watch!
The same things that terrify us can also make us die laughing, and as long as there's been horror, there's been silly horror-comedy. Check out our history of the silliest horror movies of all time.
Horror's most obnoxious leprechaun has already been in space, so in Leprechaun 5, he comes to "da hood." Watch the leprechaun rap and use mind control on gold-lame-wearing "fly girl" dancers. Oh, and click through for Travis Mayweather in drag.
A hundred years from now, when "Leprechauns in space" becomes a genre the way "zombies" are now, auteurs will look back on this scene of a space Leprechaun emerging from a man's penis (it's work safe!) as an important influence.