Leprechaun: in The Hood - Plot

Plot

Wannabe Los Angeles rap artists Postmaster P. (Anthony Montgomery), Stray Bullet (Rashaan Nall) and Butch (Red Grant) accidentally free a Leprechaun that was imprisoned by record producer Mac Daddy O'Nassas (Ice-T) 20 years earlier. After killing some people, such as a Reverend, some DJ artists and a hot girl, The Leprechaun reaches the three friends at Postmaster P.'s home. After The Leprechaun kills Postmaster P.'s mother, Postmaster P., Butch and Stray Bullet get in Butch's car and the Leprechaun chases them by a dwarf-sized motorcycle. When the rap artists and the Leprechaun engage in a fight, the Leprechaun kills Stray Bullet by making him shoot himself in the mouth with his own pistol while Postmaster P. and Butch stare in horror. After scaring the Lep off with a four-leave clover, Butch has a plan to destory the Leprchaun.

The remaining rap artists decide to use the Reverend, the hot girl, the DJ artists and Stray Bullet's bodies as bait. Once, the bear trap is set in motion, the Leprechaun gets his foot caught in the trap. When Postmaster P. and Butch reveal themselves and threaten to kill the Leprechaun if he doesn't stop hunting and chasing them. The Leprechaun says he wants his gold but after Butch reveals he has the pot of gold, he threatens to burn it. Butch is about to burn the gold, when the Lep breaks free of the trap, grabs Butch by the neck and impales him through the neck with a fork and a screwdriver.

When his friends dead, Posmaster P. knows it's all up to him to stop the Leprechaun.

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