Films: Red Clover (2012)
Location: Civilized Area
Height/Weight: That of an average human.
Summary: All of you remember that horrific legacy of that foul-mouthed mischievous little psycho that wanted his gold above all else. But this isn't that same leprechaun. Rather, it's something a bit more on the bestial side of things.
History: Buried somewhere in the woods of Keening, Massachusetts is that place's worst enemy. Hundreds of years ago, the Saint Patrick's Day festivities were ousted after a monstrous leprechaun led a massacre that only ended after they banished it from our realm. Then a hapless girl plucked a conspicuous red clover from a leaf pile. As it turned out, that was the leprechaun's resting place, and now the beast is free to continue its murderous rampage.
Notable Kills: Runs a guy over despite not having seen a car ever and tears the face off of a hapless teen. He also crashes the parade in style by swiping a chunk off a woman's head.
Final Fate: After being knocked back by an explosion, the leprechaun is killed by the girl who accidentally started this after she buries a magical spear-like weapon into his chest. He is then buried again for good measure.
Powers/Abilities: Cannot be killed by conventional weaponry, and is a surprisingly quick learner when it comes to tools.
Weakness: Anything magical can send him away and/or kill him.
Scariness Factor: 4-This monster looks less like a leprechaun and more like a satyr, but that arguably makes him worse. His brutal tactics and deceptive intellect make him a significant problem for anyone wanting to get out of Saint Patty's Day alive.
Trivia: -The weapon that ultimately does the leprechaun in was inspired by a joke made by one of the writers considering it a good basis for "Four-Leaf Cleaver".
-This film only received the title "Leprechaun's Revenge" when it aired on the Syfy channel. It's not an unfitting title, though.