GenreComedy, Fantasy, Horror Initial DVD releaseJanuary 5, 1999 CountryUnited States
Release dateApril 8, 1994 (1994-04-08) Based onCharacters
by Mark Jones WriterMark Jones (characters), Turi Meyer, Al Septien CastWarwick Davis (The Leprechaun), Charlie Heath (Cody Ingalls), Shevonne Durkin (Bridget O'Day), Sandy Baron (Morty), Clint Howard (The Tourist), Adam Biesk (Ian) Similar moviesThe Collector, Mad Max: Fury Road, Halloween, Hitman: Agent 47, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre
TaglineThis time... luck has nothing to do with it.
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Leprechaun 2 (also known as Leprechaun II and One Wedding and Lots of Funerals) is a 1994 American slasher film and the second film in the Leprechaun series. Released in 1994, it is the final entry in the series to be released theatrically. It centers on a sadistically evil leprechaun (Warwick Davis) hunting for a bride. Characters from the first film aren't seen or mentioned at all in the film.
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An evil leprechaun attempts to kidnap and marry the descendant of a beautiful woman who evaded his capture 1000 years ago.
Warwick Davis as The Leprechaun
Charlie Heath as Cody Ingalls
Shevonne Durkin as Bridget Callum
Sandy Baron as Morty Ingalls
Adam Biesk as Ian
Linda Hopkins as Housewife
Arturo Gil as Pub Drunk
Kimmy Robertson as Tourist's Girlfriend
Clint Howard as The Tourist
Billy Beck as Homeless Man
Al White as Sgt Kelly
Martha Hackett as Detective
Tony Cox as Black Leprechaun
Mark Kiely as Tim Streer
Michael McDonald as Waiter
Warren Stevens as Wiggins
This film opened in 252 theaters and took in $672,775 its opening week. In the United States, the film grossed $2.3 million.
Leprechaun 2 holds an approval rating of 0% on review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes based on fifteen reviews. Kevin Thomas of the Los Angeles Times wrote that it capitalizes on the first film's gimmick by having better writing, production values, acting, and humor. TV Guide, while saying that the film is an improvement over its predecessor, called it "cynically contrived even by schlock horror standards". Marc Savlov of The Austin Chronicle wrote that the film is a complete rehash of the original.