Stephen King's Happy Death Day
Happy Death Day deals with not only social issues but also self harm. As mentioned before, this movie has many social issues: a sorority trying to shame another girl from drinking chocolate milk, a “study” session with a married teacher behind locked doors (Anderson p. 1), but it also deals with suicide. The scene where Tree figures out her killer, she kills herself to save the guy she later falls in love with which restarts the day again. It only has mild bullying and sexual innuendoes. The bullies at the high school pick on the misfits which leads them to become friends with one another. It is also implied that a girl's father might do something sexually to her but it is never shown. When a movie deals with real world problem it makes one think it is more real.
In conclusion, Happy Death Day is superior to It because it is more lifelike. With real life problems happening in Happy Death Day it automatically makes the movie more lifelike; almost like the movie could happen on a college campus. While It has many supernatural occurrences, it leaves the audience thinking that if their community cannot meet the “requirements” for Periwinkle to come to them, they will be fine. All I know is that I would be more scared if I saw a baby mask instead of a red