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Happy Death Day

A teenage girl is murdered on her birthday, only to wake up and relive that day over and over again. From mundane details to major clues, Tree Gelbman must work to solve her own murder. As she gets closer to the truth, she continues to die in a different way with each iteration.

Jessica Rothe (La La Land) and Israel Broussard (The Bling Ring) star in this seasonal slasher directed by Christopher Landon (Disturbia, Paranormal Activity 3). From the producer of Get Out, The Purge, and The Visit, Happy Death Day will make your Friday the 13th one to remember, and repeat, and repeat….and repeat. Make every death count!

Join us for Happy Death Day at the Moviehouse!

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