A pizza delivery girl finds herself the target of rich Satanists. Cheerful horror-comedy with a class-conscious edge. Nothing much innovative on display, but this is a more than passable genre entry for fans, held together by capable direction and a pair of good lead performances.
Tree finds out the reason for her time loop; but she’s trapped inside it again. Decent SF-tinged sequel to the Groundhog Day-aping original, this time with an expanded cast and a greater focus on humour throughout. No classic, but still fun and inventive enough to make Part 3 a welcome prospect.
A female student has to relive the day of her murder again and again. Sprightly campus-based slasher horror-comedy, fairly unashamed in its mashup of Groundhog Day and Scream. Pretty good, within its limitations, leading to a direct sequel two years later.