Horror movies are known for their body counts. It doesn't matter who you are, if there is a homicidal maniac, blood thirsty alien, or malevolent soul lurking in the shadows, you better believe that folks are headed for an early grave.
If you listen to Randy Meeks, you'll know there are certain rules by which one must abide in order to survive a horror movie. But horror fans know that scary movies don't always follow the rules.
Abstinence, refraining from mind altering substances, and never saying "I'll be right back" may not save you, but there is one thing that will generally cast you invulnerable in a horror movie: being a child.
There is a sort of unspoken rule that stipulates children's lives must be spared. Maybe it's because they're young and innocent. Maybe it's because they have their whole lives ahead of them, but for whatever reason, horror movies don't typically kill kids.
Sure, a lot of slasher films off teenagers like they're going out of style, but let's be honest, they're far from innocent and almost always super irritating. But children always seem to be off limits.
Except of course, in these films.