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April Fool's Day
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Directed By
Mitchell Altieri, Phil Flores

Written By:
Danilo Bach, Mitchell Altieri, Phil Flores, Mikey Wigart

Cast:
Sabrina Aldridge, Michael Beasley, Samuel Child, Joe Egender, R. Keith Harris, Mark D. Headen, Josh Henderson, Christy Johnson, David Lowe, Joseph McKelheer, Alexa Motley, George Peroulas, Mark Scarboro, Jennifer Siebel, Scout Taylor-Compton, Edd Robinson, Taylor Cole, Eric Hollenbeck, Mark Alton Rose, Tommy Allen Taylor, Corinne Biazzo, Dave Blamy, Tiffany LeShai McMinn, Adam Melton, Robert Pineiro, Sara Platt, David Schifter, Paul Shaw, Marjorie Strauss, Tommy Allen Taylor


 
April Fool's Day (2008)
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Movie Review by Movie Addict
April 8th, 2010

Favorite Movie Quote: "I didn't tell you to blow her f*cking head off!"

The film starts with a party where names like Barbie and Blaine are common. I expected to find a Muffin and a Biff. Not the crowd that I have ever associated with. It takes a long time to set up the story. It was 25 minutes into the film before we see the prank that resulted in Milan's (Sabrina Aldridge) tragic death.

Now, it is a year later, and the fun begins.

It was the dog Elsie that dies first. I have never seen such a fake dog in any film.

One by on the party goes did, but the deaths were unremarkable.

Very little blood and no nudity.

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