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Party Crasher: My Bloody Birthday (2000)

R | | Horror | 17 October 2000 (USA)
Henry Primo, desperate for acceptance and popularity, invites everyone to his 16th birthday party. Unfortunately, that includes the twisted Jim Kizay, a local bad seed who slips Henry ... See full summary »


Mark Mason


Mark Mason




Cast overview, first billed only:
Randy Ackerman ... Young Henry Primo
Andy Beckstrom Andy Beckstrom ... Tom the Chauffeur
Jeff Howard Jeff Howard ... Kenny Smith
Laura Sellers Laura Sellers ... Becky Campbell
Fred Askew Fred Askew ... Dale
Stan Grunewald Stan Grunewald ... Jimmy Clyde
Tom Wescott Tom Wescott ... Jim Kizay
Rob Boyd Rob Boyd ... Bill Campbell
Stan Randolph Stan Randolph ... Hatch
Tiffany Robinson Tiffany Robinson ... Undersheriff Julie
Delores Merritt Delores Merritt ... Sgt. Farr
Annette Rosenheck Annette Rosenheck ... Dr. Green
Mark Mason Mark Mason ... Older Henry Primo
Jimmie Woodbury Jimmie Woodbury ... Nurse Patchett
Lori Parker Lori Parker ... Charlene


Henry Primo, desperate for acceptance and popularity, invites everyone to his 16th birthday party. Unfortunately, that includes the twisted Jim Kizay, a local bad seed who slips Henry narcotics. The next morning, Henry wakes from a hangover to discover seven of his classmates are dead and he's the prime suspect. Local authorities consider it an open and shut case, locking him away in a state mental institution. Fifteen years later, Henry's parents convince the courts to release Henry, and they return him to a specially constructed cell in their home. They only want their son back... the son they lost fifteen years earlier. But Henry has changed. He refuses to speak and only communicates in writing. He seems harmless, but is he? During his time alone, Henry developed amazing powers. He's a case study in ESP and Mental Telepathy. He remembers everything he touches, hears, and sees. And most astonishingly, he knows what everyone is thinking, but no one knows what's on his mind... Written by Jeff Howard <crasher@webzone.net>

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Happy Deathday!



Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for strong violence, and for some drug content and sexuality | See all certifications »






Release Date:

17 October 2000 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Party Crasher See more »

Filming Locations:

Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA


Box Office


$100,000 (estimated)
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Sound Mix:

Matrix Surround


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Filmed entirely on weekends over a span of 18 months. See more »

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A very low-life way of stealing 4.00 US from Me!
12 March 2001 | by Slasher-666See all my reviews

I will try and choose my words very carefully so as not to give anyone the mistaken idea that this is a review of an actual movie. This was something like a highschool play, but not the schools highschool play, the play that the 8 or 10 dopers made when they snagged the video gear for a weekend when they were just supposed to transport it back to the school.

When you look on the internet movie database NONE of the people that were in this actually acted in anything with the exception of 1 guy who played "athlete" in a ski movie.

To go into the story line is almost a travesty to movie reviewers everywhere... but here goes. Poorly shot, poorly conceived, party for a 16 yo boy thrown at a motel by his parents opens this turkey. First, what parent in their right mind gives their 16 yo boy a wad of cash and allow him to rent the local motel for a drinking party.. anyway, seven kids die. His "friends" tab him with 25 hits of LSD and when he wakes up he is named as the killer and jailed for 15 years. The parents install a Hannibal Lector type room for him in their house and he wears a Hannibal mask which I think was a blessing in this worthless waste of videotape and time. The guy who tabbed him at the opening party becomes the target of his closing rampage of stupidity. The one scene that was humorous.. I do not mean to give the impression that this was a funny movie, it wasn't but, in a scene where they take him to the park he saves a child from an attach by a dog, so his highschool class naturally decides to give him a award for saving the girl at their highschool reunion... this is the same guy that killed 7 of their friends. Well, thats as plausible as any of the other scenes in this movie. They stole my money, be careful they don't steal yours.


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