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Happy Birthday To MeVirginia is attacked in her car by a killer whose face cannot be seen. Unable to flee, she struggles and then plays dead to catch the killer off-guard, before running to get help. She has also frequent blackouts but she is slowly recovering her memory. When one by one of her friends are murdered and disappears, Virginia starts to believe that she is the killer...Keywords:
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Directors of "Happy Birthday To Me"J. Lee ThompsonBirthdate: 1 August 1914, Bristol, England, UK
Creators of "Happy Birthday To Me"John C.W. SaxtonBirthdate: 4 December 1930Peter JobinBirthdate: 1 February 1944, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Critic Reviews of "Happy Birthday To Me"FILMINK (Australia)February 10, 2016
A cult favourite to many due its black sense of humour and nonsensical ending, Happy Birthday to Me will be a bewilderment to others for exactly the same reasons.Reel Film ReviewsMay 14, 2015
...one would be far better off watching a YouTube highlight reel rather than the movie itself.Antagony & EcstasyDecember 18, 2012
A great deal more complex than it has any right or reason to be.Combustible CelluloidOctober 16, 2009
It's not particularly gory, scary or suspenseful, but it actually contains some good twists and a generally higher level of character and performance.Dread CentralOctober 07, 2009
If horror fans are going to shell out their hard-earned money for a movie, there needs to be more than just a prettier picture on the DVD case.sbs.isDecember 03, 2007
pretty sweet forgotten 80s slashereFilmCritic.comApril 09, 2007
J. Lee Thompson's entry in the slasher sweepstakes, done up with the usual lack of style.Lessons of DarknessJuly 10, 2006
A camp-tastic footnote to the late-'70s, early-'80s slasher flick craze.eFilmCritic.comApril 17, 2005
Creative kills aside, it's just plain old boring.
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