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DVD Review: Leprechaun: Origins (2014)

Distributor: Lionsgate

BBFC Classification: 18

Director: Zach Lipovsky

Starring: Dylan Postl, Stephanie Bennett, Andrew Dunbar, Melissa Roxburgh, Brendan Fletcher, Garry Chalk

The Leprechaun films have gathered something of a following over the last 20-odd years, despite – or more likely, because of – their sheer ludicrousness. 803 more words

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Paleo: Week 3

At this point I feel like I have got this Paleo eating things down. I know what I can eat and I know what not to eat. 393 more words

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Fairies and Giants, Elves and Gnomes

I thought this week I would do things a little different; a brief commentary followed by a couple questions I hope will generate some interesting responses. 303 more words

Celtic Myth

Leprechaun 3

Leprechaun 3

A few years ago, I spent a Halloween doing a full watch through Warwick Davis’s infamous “Leprechaun” franchise. Like most bad movie people, I was already very familiar with the first and fifth installments (“Leprechaun: In The Hood”), but I was curious about the rest of them. 1,486 more words

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Paleo: Week 2

A lot of energy has come back this week, which meant I am able to do a lot more and not feel as tired. Sunday, I decided to cook my meat for the week which helped tremendously. 289 more words

Jiu Jitsu

Trifecta of Horror: Leprechaun: Origins (2014), Housebound (2014), Deliver Us From Evil (2014)

Leprechaun: Origins

It’s out with Warwick Davis and in with WWE wrestler, Dylan ‘Hornswoggle’ Postl, in this reboot/reimagining/retooling/retiling of the 90s slasher that spawned sequels no one really cares about. 295 more words

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The Mysterious Celtic Isles

J.R.R. Tolkien was considered the greatest translator of his generation, specializing in Celtic as well as Norse works. He drew heavily on his translations while he was writing about Middle Earth, the direct translation of Norse Midgard. 580 more words

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