Tawdry, low-budget schlock, April Fool’s Day feels more like a cheesy soap opera than a horror film. A year after rich socialite Milan Hastings is killed in an apparent April Fool’s Day prank gone wrong, she returns from beyond the grave to blackmail a group of her former friends to force her murderer to confess or they’ll all be killed. The acting is terrible and the writing is atrocious; featuring some really awful dialog. The who-done-it isn’t the least bit interesting and there’s no suspense to any of the killings. At times April Fool’s Day verges on being “it’s so bad it’s good,” but it ends up just being bad.