April Fool's Day (1986) Movie Review - An Underrated Flick

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    Happy Easter...and Happy April Fool's Day.

    April Fool's Day is an American mystery/horror film released in 1986 by Paramount Pictures. It was directed by Fred Walton, from the screenplay by Danilo Bach. The original musical score was composed by Charles Bernstein.

    It was filmed in British Columbia, Canada and has a largely American cast.

    A group of college students staying at a friend's remote island mansion begin to fall victim to an unseen murderer over the April Fool's day weekend.

    Here's a review that I did, in the past, for the shitty remake of April Fool's Day in 2008.

    Part 1 of that Rant

    Part 2 of that Rant

    The great cast in this flick consists of:

    Jay Baker as Harvey Edison, Jr.
    Deborah Foreman as Muffy/Buffy St. John
    Deborah Goodrich as Nikki Brashares
    Ken Olandt as Rob Ferris
    Griffin O'Neal as Skip St. John
    Leah Pinsent as Nan Youngblood
    Clayton Rohner as Chaz Vyshinski
    Amy Steel as Kit Graham
    Thomas F. Wilson

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