|If only the Ewoks could see him now.|
Yes, for better or for worse, this little menace went on to become an icon of horror, starring in six films before the character seemed to finally have worn out his welcome. Personally, I think taking a turn towards making the plots involve him rapping were likely a bad idea. Fans could probably overlook putting him in space, as that had its moments, but those last two films just felt like they were pandering to a demographic that honestly didn't care. But, lo and behold, Lionsgate decided to revive the franchise and even brought in a partner....WWE Studios. Wait, what? I mean, I remember when Chucky got involved with wrestling, but that was at WCW and was at a time when his movies were still in theaters. But, don't go into this expecting to see Vince McMahon getting murdered humourously by a green garbed ghoulie. No, this partnership means that rather than getting beloved character actor Warwick Davis, we're instead getting Dylan Postl. Oh, you don't know who that is? Weeeeell, here's a hint.
|I can't decide if this is more offensive to Irish people, dwarfs, or leprechauns.|
|The Undertaker and His Pals 2: Viscera's Hungry|
|Those movies also make me want to drink a lot less than this one does.|
|Probably because the old bastard did, in fact, do it.|
|That's right, kids, you can always count on strangers feeling sorry for you in times of need.|
|Oh, and here's creature, by the way. It looks like a horse-faced zombie with broken legs.|
|I hope this doesn't mean this ugly thing might pop up in the next Mortal Kombat game.|
She hides in the attic until the son shows up to save her, then he turns on his dad, his dad ends up falling down the basement stairs where the creature eats him, we don't know what happen to the son, and the girl takes off in the truck outside while the creature latches on. She buckles up and hits the brakes, causing the creature to go flying off, but because this is a movie the truck suddenly can't run now (even though it has absolutely no reason to not work) so she takes off on foot, ending up in a cemetery the couple at the beginning ran through where she finds some gold coins in their abandoned bag and uses them to distract the creature while she lops its head off as she spouts off what I can only assume is her big line for the trailer. She then runs for the stone, makes it there, hears a noise, and keeps running because clearly there's meant to be a sequel to this.
|Run! Don't let the sequel catch you!|
|"Don't be shy, lad! Tell us how ye really feel!"|
|Honestly, I don't even see the appeal of gold. Let him have it.|