18 Movies Like Happy Death Day

Theresa “Tree” Gelbman, a student at the university, wakes up in the dorm room of fellow student Carter Davis on the morning of her birthday. She had been out drinking and partying all night. She blows off a phone call from her father and then kicks Carter out of the house before going back to her room. Her roommate at the sorority house, Lori Spengler, buys her a cupcake, but she promptly throws it away. Tree has a meeting with Gregory Butler, her married lecturer, with whom she is having an affair. That night, as Tree was on her way to a party, a stranger wearing a mask of the school mascot killed her by luring her into a tunnel and killing her there.

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1. Murder Ahoy 1964


The majority of the events that take place take place on board an old wooden-walled battleship called HMS Battledore. This ship has been purchased by a Trust for the rehabilitation of young criminals, and its founder had the intention of giving young jellyfish some backbone by using this ship. Miss Marple (Margaret Rutherford), who has just recently joined the board of management of the Trust, is present during the unexpected passing of a fellow trustee. This person had just returned…

2. se7en 1995


Detective Lieutenant William Somerset, who will soon retire, is partnered with Detective David Mills, who is quick-tempered but idealistic. Mills and his wife Tracy have recently relocated to an undisclosed metropolitan city. Somerset will retire soon. A morbidly obese guy was made to eat until his stomach burst, indicating gluttony. A criminal defence attorney was slain after being forced to cut a pound of flesh from himself, representing greed. Somerset and Mills investigate a string of murders inspired by the…

3. Rear Window 1954


L. B. "Jeff" Jefferies, a professional photographer in Manhattan, is currently restricted to a wheelchair as he recovers from a broken leg. His flat is located in the Greenwich Village neighbourhood. His back window offers a view of a courtyard that is shared with other flats. He watches his neighbours, who are trying to beat the extreme heat by keeping their windows open, while they go about their daily lives. They are a solitary woman that Jeff refers to as…

4. Murder Most Foul 1964


A barmaid and former actress named Margaret McGinty is discovered hung, and her lodger, Harold Taylor, who was present at the time of the crime, appears to be the most likely suspect. Miss Marple is the only one who doesn't think there is a clear-cut solution to the mystery. Because she is the only juror who has her doubts, the case against him gets thrown out of court. Miss Marple makes the decision to investigate the crime even if Inspector…

5. Laura 1944


Detective Mark McPherson of the New York City Police Department is looking into the homicide of a young woman named Laura Hunt, who was a highly successful advertising executive. Laura was killed by a shotgun blast to the face just inside the doorway of her apartment, and the investigation is currently ongoing. He begins by doing an interview with the fascinating newspaper columnist Waldo Lydecker, a pompous and opulent older man who describes how he became Laura's mentor after first…

6. Zero Effect (1998)


Daryl Zero is the most brilliant investigator in the history of the planet, but he is also a socially awkward misanthrope. One of his peculiarities is that he never personally meets or communicates with his customers; instead, he handles all of his business through his assistant, Steve Arlo. Throughout the entirety of the film, Zero offers narration by reading passages from an unfinished draught of his autobiography. Gregory Stark, a wealthy living in the Portland area who has misplaced the…

7. Midnight Lace 1960


Kit Preston, an American heiress, and her husband Tony, a British business owner, live in a building in London that is undergoing significant renovation construction. They live in a rich district in London. When Kit is driving through the thick fog toward her house, she is startled by the creepy voice of a man she cannot see who threatens to murder her. The following day, Tony is informed by Daniel Graham, Tony's assistant, that he has been looking through the…

8. Murder Mystery (2019)


Nick Spitz is a member of the New York Police Department, and his wife Audrey works in the beauty industry. Audrey is disappointed because she believes that she and Nick will never fulfil Nick's vow to take them on a honeymoon to Europe. Audrey confronts Nick after the meal they shared to celebrate their 15th wedding anniversary. Nick lies and says that he has in fact booked the trip, and then the two of them depart for Europe. On the…

9. Murder she said 1961


While on a train ride, Miss Marple overhears the suffocation of a young woman who is riding in another train that is travelling on a parallel track. After the authorities discover that her account is not supported by the evidence, she decides to conduct her own investigation. With the assistance of her close friend Jim Stringer, she arrives at the conclusion that the body must have been thrown off the train somewhere in the vicinity of the grounds of Ackenthorpe…

10. The Last of Sheila (1973)


Actress Alice Wood, her husband Anthony, who is a talent manager, former secretary Christine, who is now a talent agent, screenwriter Tom Parkman and his wife Lee, and film director Philip Dexter are among the guests who will be sailing the Mediterranean for one week on a pleasure cruise aboard the yacht of movie producer Clinton Greene. The trip is in fact a reunion; with the exception of Lee, all of them were there at Clinton's house the night a…

11. Murder at the gallop 1963


When Miss Marple (Margaret Rutherford) and Mr. Stringer (Stringer Davis) are trying to raise money for a charity called "The Reformed Criminals Assistance League," they visit a wealthy recluse named Mr. Enderby (Finlay Currie). It appears that he has suffered a deadly heart attack because he is seen tumbling down the lengthy entry stairway. When Miss Marple discovers a cat inside the house, she is immediately suspicious because she is aware that Enderby had a pathological dread of cats. She…

12. Charade (1963)


Regina "Reggie" Lampert, an American expat living in France and works as a simultaneous interpreter, confides in her close friend Sylvie that she is filing for divorce from her husband Charles while the two are on vacation in the French Alps. In addition to that, she meets a charming American named Peter Joshua. Upon her return to Paris, she discovered that her apartment had been completely emptied out. An inspector of the police force claims that Charles sold their stuff…

13. The Spanish Prisoner 1997


Joe Ross, an engineer working for a large corporation, is rumored to have developed a "Process"; nevertheless, the specifics of this "Process" remain secret. He meets a wealthy stranger named Julian "Jimmy" Dell while he is on a retreat on the island of St. Estèphe, and he also manages to pique the interest of Susan Ricci, who is working for the corporation as one of its new secretaries. In addition to asking Joe to deliver a box to his sister…

14. Breakheart Pass 1975


In the 1870s, it is stated that residents of the garrison at the Fort Humboldt border outpost of the United States Army are suffering from an outbreak of diphtheria. Reinforcements and medical supplies are being transported on a special express train that is already making its way across the rugged mountain ranges towards the fort. Other passengers on the train include Governor Fairchild of Nevada (Richard Crenna) and his fiancée Marica (Jill Ireland), who is the daughter of the fort's…

15. The Fugitive 1993


When Dr. Richard Kimble, a prominent vascular surgeon in Chicago, returns home, he discovers that his wife, Helen, has been fatally harmed by a guy who has a prosthetic arm. Kimble engages in a fight with the murderer, who eventually runs away. Kimble was wrongfully arrested because there was no evidence of a forced entrance, Helen's substantial life insurance policy, and a misunderstanding 911 call. This happened when the police refused to trust Kimble's account of who the culprit was.…

16. Identity Movie


Malcolm Rivers, a convicted murderer who was responsible for multiple deaths that occurred at an apartment complex, is currently awaiting his execution. Journals that belonged to Malcolm were found in the case evidence with the incorrect filing system, but they were not shown in court. At a hearing held at midnight, Malcolm's defence counsel and his personal doctor, Dr. Malick, argue in favour of using the evidence to demonstrate that Malcolm is insane. In the meantime, ten strangers find themselves caught…

17. An Inspector Calls (1954)


The events in the movie take place in 1912. At the conclusion of the dinner party, five persons who have dressed nicely are seated at a dining table. They are members of the wealthy Birling family as well as their close acquaintances. Champagne is consumed by them. Sheila Croft is the recipient of a marriage proposal from her father, Gerald. The mother scolds her son, Eric, for drinking an excessive amount of alcohol. During the lunch, Father and Gerald talk…

18. Manhattan Murder Mystery (1993)


In a happy chance meeting, Larry Lipton and his wife Carol run upon their senior neighbours Paul and Lillian House in the elevator. On the following evening, it was discovered that Lillian had passed away due to a heart attack. The Liptons are taken aback by her passing because she appeared to be in such good health, and they are uncertain about Paul's ability to smile so soon after the passing of his wife. Carol decides to look into the…