Happy Death Day




A college student relives the day of her murder with both its unexceptional details and terrifying end until she discover her killer’s identity. Happy Death Day is directed by Christopher Landon under Universal Studios.

Casts: Jessica Rothe, Israel Broussard, Ruby Modine, Rachel Matthews, Charles Aitken & Laura Clifton

Genre: Horror, Thriller, Mystery


I have never imagined enjoying so much with a slasher film until I watched Happy Death Day. As expected, the movie went around a familiar aspect and plot material that could easily slip away with some audiences. What made it stood out is the creativity and the story-telling technique of its material which was well-supported with impressive performances from its female lead and a greatly-executed death scenes offering decent screams and thrills. Aside from that, I love how they creatively injected mystery in unveiling the real killer through confusing twists and turns. Brace yourselves with a rollercoaster of it. I must say, that movie was effective enough to be a slasher film and succeeded its capacity to still entertain at some point. I find the twist to be very unexpected which is a good thing in the first place. I really love the phasing and sequences since its very dynamic and engaging. More than a interesting interpretation of the metalife, the movie never fails to deliver an inspiring message to live life to the fullest. Acting-wise, I am pretty satisfied with Jessica on this one. She was so effective and impressive. If you are in for some popcorn fun, Happy Death Day will never disappoint.


I can’t seem to hate Happy Death Day but the notion of “Its a good way to die” replaced “Live Life to the Fullest”.


10/10 Popcorns

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