HAPPY DEATH DAY Trailer (2017)

Official “Happy Death Day” Movie Trailer 2017 | Subscribe ➤ http://abo.yt/kc | Jessica Rothe Movie #Trailer | Release: 13 Oct 2017 | More https://KinoCheck.de/film/q11/happy-death-day-2017
A college student relives the day of her murder over and over again as she tries to discover her killer’s identity.

#HappyDeathDay is the new horror movie by Christopher B. Landon, starring Jessica Rothe, Israel Broussard and Ruby Modine. The script was written by Scott Lobdell.

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  1. Frank Di
    Frank Di says:

    I went to see this recently and OMG!!! No doubt you will like this horror thriller movie because it is not similar like usual horror movie with some ghost, devil, or mysterious phenomenon. Its more like thriller movie with mysterious psychopath that kills you and you just cant escape from it. Try boxxy software, its for free and even adult content.

  2. MrYfrank14
    MrYfrank14 says:

    this is a great movie.
    I don't know why they sell it as horror, it is a lot more comedy than horror.
    a girl gets murdered and her day repeats and she gets murdered again. she has to figure out what's going on to stop the day from repeating.
    getting to the solution is where you see the comedy. and she "grows " as a person. she realizes as she keeps repeating the day that she is not a nice person and each day gives her a chance to be nice to people she has hurt. yes, there is horror in that she doesn't get murdered in the same place at the same time, so you see her get brutally murdered several times, in different ways, but horror is only about 10% of the movie.

    also, there is a sequel, but it is not a sequel, I don't know why they sell it as a sequel.
    the sequel is part of the first movie. or a continuation of the first movie.
    it, literally, starts at the end of the first movie.
    I suggest watching both movies as one long movie.

  3. Yewbzee
    Yewbzee says:

    So thats the first movie watched in a couple of minutes, should I watch the full sequel or just watch the sequel trailer and get it done in another 2 minutes. What clown edited this trailer? What a total fuckwit.

  4. Shining Star
    Shining Star says:

    Humans were made to be worshippers, but most people choose to worship things in the world like comic books, movies, celebrities, sports, concerts, etc. Instead of worshipping their Creator. You were created by God to give Him pleasure and to please Him and in return He will fill you with love, give you spiritual power, guide you through life, give you happiness, take away your depression, anxiety, and anger and on top of it all, He will love you like a son or a daughter and you will never be lonely again. The emptiness that you feel inside of your soul was created for His Holy Spirit and your body is a temple for Him to literally live inside of you. He even made you in His image and likeness. Until you surrender your life to Jesus, you will feel empty and useless.

  5. Xo_amber 133
    Xo_amber 133 says:

    According to director Christopher Landon, Tree Gelbman's punchline, "Who takes their first date to Subway? It's not like you have a foot-long," was improvised by Jessica Rothe.

    The Bayfield University Baby killer costume was designed by Tony Gardner, who also designed the Ghostface mask, the horror icon of the Scream films, and which is a reworked version of the Father's Death Halloween costume.

    The theatrical trailer utilizes the song "In Da Club" by 50 Cent as Tree's birthday ringtone. However, the final film does not feature this as the crew and studio could not acquire the rights. As a result, an original ringtone composition was concocted.

    Director Christopher Landon tested wearing the option of a baby mask for the killer in the office and scared a worker, confirming his choice.

    When asked why a baby mask: Christopher Landon says he needed a combination of something that would pass for a mascot on a college campus, that was both scary and funny at the same time, plus he was expecting a son at that time, so he had "baby on the brain."
    The original script written by Scott Lobdell included material intending to make the film R-rated. Some scenes involved grislier death depictions that were entirely altered by the film's director Christopher Landon.

    The original mascot and mask designed by Tony Gardner for the killer was a pig, a motif already done in the Saw movies.

    Tree's shirt says "Dumpstaphunk" on it. 'Dumpstaphunk' is an actual funk and jam band from New Orleans, Louisiana.

    Originally titled "Half to Death."
    Joseph Tombs was the name of the high school gym teacher of writer Scott Lobdell.

    The book the night nurse is reading is "A Seal at Heart" by Anne Elizabeth.
    During the film, Tree's full name is revealed to be Teresa.

    Rachel Matthews (Danielle) is granddaughter of the late Michael Landon, famous for Little House on the Praire, and therefore she is niece to Christopher Landon (Director).

    Danielle Bouseman's name is likely a reference to horror director Darren Bousman.
    Tran Tran and Rachel Matthews's debut.

    Body Count: 19 – Tree dies 10 times on-screen; Nick, Danielle, Carter, Gregory, officer Santora, nurse Deena, Tombs' guard, Tombs and Lori – one time each. Although not shown on screen this should be 26, with Carter presumably dying a second time after sharing the poisoned cupcake in the penultimate loop and Tree technically dying 16 times, according to her dialogue, though not all are seen. In the end, the body count is 1 with Lori dying in the film permanently.

    During the sequence where Tree is killed repeatedly by Babyface, a person can see that there are several horror posters in Carter and Ryan's dorm room, most notably 'They Live' by John Carpenter is shown. This is notable since John Carpenter's most famous film, Halloween, was given a sequel by Blumhouse Productions a couple of years later.

    Taking inspiration from Uma Thurman's Kill Bill Vol. 1 (2003), the scene where The Bride comes to kill Vernita Green at the very beginning of the film mirrors the scene near the end of of this film when Tree decks out in a black leather jacket, blue jeans, and a knife to confront Joseph Tombs.


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