Bloody Birthday

The killer kid subgenre has proven surprisingly durable over the years, even avoiding the parental outcry that’s often revolved around many slasher and gore films. From the early days of The Bad Seed and Village of the Damned to the subgenre’s drive-in glory days with The Omen and the riotously un-PC Devil Times Five, Who Can Kill a Child?, The Children, and Beware Children at Play, finally leading to slick modern incarnations like Wicked Little Things, Orphan (sort of) and the British The Children (no relation). Sandwiched somewhere in there at the dawn of the slasher craze is 1981’s Bloody Birthday, a surprisingly durable entry featuring a trio of terrible tots and an utterly bizarre cast of up and comers and faded marquee names… read more >

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