062 – TFFP: April Fool’s Day (1986)

EP62-April Fool's Day - courtesy of Kevin Spencer - inkspatters.comIn this episode of The Forgotten Flix Podcast, we’re not falling for this one ’cause it’s April Fool’s Day (1986)!

Directed by: Fred Walton

Screenplay by: Danilo Bach

Starring: Ken Olandt, Amy Steele, Deborah Foreman, Deborah Goodrich, Clayton Rohner, and Thomas F. Wilson

Background Info: April Fool’s Day is a 1986 slasher film about a group of college-age friends who travel to an island for a weekend of hedonism. But when the kids start disappearing and turning up dead, it appears that the party’s hostess, Muffy (Deborah Foreman), isn’t exactly what she seems.

This week’s Movie Picks are:

Jason’s Pick:

The Relic (1997)

Joel’s Pick:

I Saw What You Did (1988)

Join us next week when our feature presentation is Better Off Dead (1985) starring John Cusack, David Ogden Stiers, Diane Franklin, Curtis Armstrong, and Amanda Wyss!

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I'm the father of three boys and married to my high school sweetheart. I'm a former public school teacher (and still recovering from PTSD), reformed filmmaker, podcaster, writer, and fan of all things movie related.

1 comment to 062 – TFFP: April Fool’s Day (1986)

  • palooz

    I love the short music part in the beginning (after the introduction) and at the end of this podcast. Does anyone know this song and artist ? It seems to be a ‘dance’ or ‘pop’ version of the main score by Charles Bernstein (?)
    - Thx.

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