151 Proof Movies: Leprechaun: Origins Drinking Game

IGN calledĀ Leprechaun: Origins the “Worst movie of 2014” in their review, how were we supposed to pass up such a challenge?

Let’s get to the rules of this drinking game!

  1. Stab to the heart, youā€™re too late!Ā The murderer kills someone. Take a drink.
  2. Letā€™s Fall Down– This is a combination rule. Drink if someone is being pursued by the killer and trips! And drink if the person knocks down the killer, but decides to stop and check to see if they are still alive.
  3. The Horror Movie Idiot Tropes– This is a bit encompassing rule, but you know those moments in horror films! Take a drink when a character runs UP the stairs instead of trying to exit a place. A drink whenever someone decides itā€™s in their best interest to split up! And take a drink whenever someone checks out that suspicious noise!
  4. Playing With Your FoodĀ ā€“ How often does the killer confront his soon to be victim and not kill them right away? Take a drink for every limb lost before the kill or for any sadistic tortue method the killer pulls off.
  5. Scaredy Cat– Whenever there is a cheap jump in the film, take a drink. If the cheap trick turns out to be an actual cat, take 2 drinks!
  6. Is That A? – Anytime someone says Leprechaun or expresses bewilderment, take a drink.
  7. Lucky Charms – For ANY Irish stereotypes (drinking, lucky charms, pot of gold, rainbows), take a drink!

As always, we will put these rules to the test when we can and make any necessary amendments to make sure you have the BEST possible time while watching the movie. You can follow along by following eitherĀ @ER_NOTRĀ orĀ @Wooden_PintĀ on Twitter. Or by following the hashtag #151PM. Usually starting at 10pm ET/7pm PT on Friday nights!

Earl Rufus

The owner of this little chunk of the internet. Enjoys having a good time and being rather snarky!

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