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The Death of April (2012)

Meagan Mullen, freshly moved in her new home, keeps in touch with her friends and family through a video blog. As her entries (and her life) become more complex and emotional, strange ... See full summary »

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Stephanie Mullen (as Stephanie Domini Ehlert)
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Kim Fadden
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Paranormal Investigator
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Meagen Mullen
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Tim Bennett
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Stephen Mullen - Brother (as Adam Christian Lowder)
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Heather Cody
Megan Hartig ...
Natalie Hill
Collen Doyle ...
Russell Jared
Paulina Grochala ...
April Fisher
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Jason Mullen - Father
Nadia Jimenez ...
Therapist
Leonel Ortega ...
Police Officer
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Meagan Mullen, freshly moved in her new home, keeps in touch with her friends and family through a video blog. As her entries (and her life) become more complex and emotional, strange things begin to happen in her room: and the camera captures all of it. Told primarily from the point of view of an ordinary wireless webcam, The Death of April documents the unsettling activity in an otherwise average girl's bedroom - and the mysteries that surround it. Written by Brit Godish

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La Muerte de Abril  »

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The death of my attention span
1 July 2014 | by See all my reviews

Even though this movie is a low-budget found-footage style film, I really hoped there would be a redeemable bit to it. Sadly there was not. The acting is passable I suppose and the story is OK. It starts slow and ends almost as slowly as it began. No shocks or scares and not even an ounce of suspense in the whole movie. I believe there can still be life found in this genre and that has been evident in films such as "Afflicted" and "The Borderlands." Having a large budget does not equal a better horror film. A good story and gripping atmosphere can lift a possible mediocre movie into the area of one of the best found-footage horror films. It's a small group because most of them are garbage.


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