"Happy Birthday, screw you"

Films: Bloody Birthday (1981)

Alias: Debbie Brody (Beth Simpson), Curtis Taylor, Steven Seton

Type: Mystical

Location: Civilized area

Height/Weight: That of average children.

Affiliation: Evil

Summary: You'd better have taken that astrology class seriously. Because apparently, it could affect your very family. And by that, we mean it could turn your kids into sociopathic monsters.

History: When a solar eclipse occurs, there's a good chance that Saturn will be blocked from Earth's sight. Saturn seems to control one's ability to emphasize after birth, so with it out of the way, the three kids born that day came into the world devoid of any morality. Debbie, Curtis, and Steven seemed to get one heck of a kick out of killing people in awful ways.

Notable Kills: Debbie kills her older sister with an arrow to the eye.

Final Fate: When the gig is up and everyone starts realizing who's behind all the murder, Debbie sells her two friends out to the authorities so that she and her family can get out. Although she has to have a name change, she's still out there slaying others for funsies.

Powers/Abilities: None

Weakness: Anything conventional.

Scariness Factor: 3.5-These diminutive little bastards may not be the best at teamwork, but they're the last kids you want to see on your neighborhood. Clever and brutal, they won't hesitate to make your life a hell.

Trivia: -There was supposedly going to be a sequel, but this film's lack of success canned that idea.

-Rumor was that this film was shelved for half a decade, but this has been proven to be false. The film was done in 1980, and was simply released a year later.

Image Gallery

Nigel Uno and his friends have gone rogue!

Give a guy a gun, he thinks he rules the world.
Turns out, you don't need to be 18 or above to be a terror.

So the goddess of the moon is making them kill?

One of those popular 'Moment before the disaster' pics.

Worst cake ever.

"Filmmakers, you have failed this movie."
Nature vs. Nurture? Doesn't matter when an eclipse comes.

It's all fun and games until somebody gets strangled with a phone cord.