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Get ready for the rarely seen slasher classic from the 80s that may also be the most disturbing killer kids movies in grindhouse history: Three babies are simultaneously born in the same hospital at the peak of a full solar eclipse. Ten years later, these adorable youngsters suddenly begin a kiddie killing spree of stranglings, shootings, stabbings, beatings and beyond. Can the town's grown-ups stop these pint-sized serial killers before their blood-soaked birthday bash? K.C. Martel (E.T., Growing Pains), Joe Penny (Jake And The Fat Man), Michael Dudikoff (American Ninja), screen legends Susan Strasberg and José Ferrer, and MTV vixen Julie Brown whose nude bedroom dance remains a landmark of celebrity skin star in this still-controversial shocker from director Ed Hunt (The Brain, Diary Of A Sinner), now featuring an all-new HD transfer from the original vault elements.
Extras / Episode List:
- Booklet Notes by Calum Waddell
- UK exclusive audio commentary with Justin Kerswell, author of Teenage Wasteland
- Audio Interview with director Ed Hunt (51:10)
- Don't Eat that Cake: Interview with actress Lori Lethin (9:50)
- 'A Brief History of Slasher Movies' featurette (15:11)
- Reversible Sleeve Incorporating Original Artwork
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Since vipcos demise this film has been mostly absent on UK DVD but I've heard it has been released here in the uk on DVD fully uncut but I've not seen it in shops so I've decided to buy this usa ntsc version.
If there is a uk DVD of this film available its difficult to find.
I had the vipco vhs video of this back in 1992 & its not a classic by all means but is ok.
The 88 Films Blu-ray is really good with a great picture transfer.
A cool booklet of information.
Very nice reversible cover with original cake art.
A few great features, interview with the main actress, a commentary and trailers.
The evil kids in it are genuinely creepy and acting is enthusiastic if not always great.
I've sat through a lot worse. As with most early 80's horror there's some oversexed teens and of course the usual script silliness. The adults aren't particularly bright and direction could have been better but hey with that title and a cast which includes Jose Ferrer and Michael Dudikoff, you're not looking at Oscar-winning material.
The adult actors in the film were quite bad and it seems like the kids were better actors in my opinion and the film had a really low budget. There are some neat and gory death scenes and of course lots of nudity, since no self-respecting 80s slasher flick would dare skip that, but what's really good about the movie is that it shows how manipulative these children are. Not only do all three of them pretend to act innocent and cute to hide their evil deeds, but they know how to prevent anyone from finding anything out, nobody suspects them so it's easier for them to continue killing. Unlike many other horror films from this period, it at least attempts to bring something original and imaginative. For once, the kids acting is good and the entire film has a creepy atmosphere and grizzly music. Bloody Birthday was a fun little 80's slasher flick that was definitely worth checking out.