Leprechaun: One of the most embedded names within the Horror genre to date. A series about a pint sized wise-cracking leprechaun who will bite off your ear and make a boot out of it if you so much as touch his pot of gold. Since debuting in 1993, the franchise has found him in Las Vegas, sent him into orbit (Leprechaun 4), and even in the hood not once, but twice (Leprechaun in the Hood, Leprechaun: Back 2 tha Hood). The mixture of comedy, gore, and Irish lore was a picture perfect formula for cult film and b-movie lovers everwhere. So when the WWE announced they would be doing a prequel (which actually turns out to be a reboot) of this series under the guise of Leprechaun: Origins with wrestler Dylan “Hornswaggle” Postl as the living myth, no one knew what to expect until the trailers started rolling out to show a darker, grittier version of the villain we’ve all come to know and love. But, as a stand alone modern take on the franchise, does Leprechaun: Origins actually stand as a film worth seeing, or is it really as poor an experience as most critics have hailed it to be?