Thus came Leprechaun 2 a scant one year later, with a new director and a new direction, with aspirations of growing the fanbase the same way Freddy Krueger grew in box office stature for three straight pictures after the first to become the icon he is today.
At one point Galluzzo, ever the saint that he is, asks the important question: Was it a body double in that topless scene? He seems to be more fond of the shiny stuff as he'll take it from anywhere or anyone It's all in the same level of the first, a hammy B-flick that aims to be entertain through dark humor and a doubled bodycount.
And the Leprechaun has a nice little lair to play in, even if it looks like an obvious set.
Patrick's Day to steal himself a wife, this time setting his eyes on one Bridget, a young and patient lover of this entry's hero, a horror-tour guide named Cody.