I saw the original as a kid when it came out on VHS. It's the kind of movie that resulted in my parents not letting me pick movies at the video store anymore.
Super Troopers 2
C'mon Doc...you really are phoning it in today/yesterday. And, just to head this off, I have told you before...I rail against the recycling nature of Hollywood. But, if I were to rule out every remake/sequel then I would get to see NOTHING. I am not as optimistic as Adgy that for every ****ty remake/sequel there is a Dawn of the Dead/Godfather 2 in the wings. But I remain optimistic in the pursuit of those rare gems SIMPLY BECAUSE THAT IS ALL THAT IS OFFERED to me. So there you go. And you still have not responded about Alan Moore's faulty argument. In his opinion it is a rape of his Watchmen that DC is committing by launching the prequels. OK...what are Moore's most popular works? Watchmen, which was a riff on the Charlton heroes of the silver(?) age and Swamp Thing, which was created by Len Wein/Bernie Wrightson. By his own argument, is he NOT a hypocrite?
Warwick Davis Doesn't Want a Leprechaun Reboot, Shares Sequel Pitch | Shock Till You Drop
Oh PLEASE!!!!!!!!!!!!After taking Leprechaun to Las Vegas, outer space and "da hood" (twice), where else would Davis like to see the evil Irish creature turn up? Check after the break for his sequel pitch.
"I pitched the 'Lep vs. Pirates' idea to Johnny Depp while we were shooting 'Life's Too Short'," Davis says. "He didn't say much. There is so much potential for the character. I think a road movie would be fun. The Lep is best when encountering different types of people. I'd also like to see a female Leprechaun - she's even meaner though and makes the original leprechaun seem soft. I'd love to play her too!"
Well, as long as they bring Jennifer Aniston back, I'll be all over the Leprechaun remake!