Craig is a minor character who appears in the first movie. He is only seen in the flashback at the very beginning of the movie and doesn't appear in the actual story as he was killed 10 years prior.

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Portrayed by

Damien Haas

First Appearance

My Super Psycho Sweet 16 (Flashback)




Impaled with pool stick

My Super Psycho Sweet 16[edit | edit source]

Craig had been a teenage boy celebrating his birthday party at the rollerdome 10 years prior to the main events of the movie. He thought it was very lame and wasn't enjoying himself. Charlie Rotter, dressed as his character when presenting the cake came out, only to be very embaressed when Craig harassed him, made fun of his act, then purposely ruined the cake.

Later that evening he broke into the rollerdome after hours with his girlfriend to make out and do whatever else fit the mood.

Death[edit | edit source]

As they skated around, his girlfriend skates off into the darkness for a moment. Craig becomes concerned when she hasn't returned after so long and he hesitantly looks to find her dead. It's then strange music begins to play and Charlie Rotter, dressed as the Lord of the Rink appears. Craig attempts to run away but he trips over the pool stick he himself broke earlier and threw into the skating rink.

Charlie Rotter then stabs him in a very graphic manner with a pool stick resembling a jousting stick.

Character Info[edit | edit source]

Craig was a bratty teenager who pushed Charlie Rotter too far when he acted rudely and made fun of him. It can be assumed from this that he wasn't exactly well-behaved, especially considering the fact he broke into the rollerdome when it was shut down.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Craig's death was one of the few edited between the DVD version of the movie and the aired on television version. Due to the graphic nature of his impalement.
  • Had Craig still been alive then he would be 26 around the time of the movie.

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