7 Movies You Need To Watch This April


Another month, another set of movies to look out for! If everyone’s not aware, Marvel’s Avengers: Endgame is set to release in theaters this April. But, if you’re not a fan of Marvel, don’t worry. There are others on this list that is sure to attract your interest.

Halloween’s not in April, but some scary movies are touted to do good at the box office, and the ones on this list are sure winners! Of course, there are other genres too but we’re telling you ahead, April’s not for the scaredy-cats or for people who don’t like superheroes.

Here’s our top picks for April:

1. Pet Sematary (April 5)

From the mind of Stephen King comes a twisted tale about pet cemeteries and reincarnation. It’s not the typical happy and light stories about our cute and fuzzy friends though. This is the kind of movie that will surely give you goosebumps.

Dr. Louis Creed (Jason Clarke) and his wife, Rachel (Amy Seimetz), moves to Maine with their two children. The couple soon discovers a mysterious burial ground hidden deep in the woods near their new home.

Jud Crandall (John Lithgow) tells Creed that the burial ground was popular in town as a pet cemetery. After the family’s pet cat died from an accident, they decide to bury it at the pet cemetery.

In a weird instance, the cat comes back to life that causes a surprise to Creed’s daughter, leading to her getting hit by a truck. In a moment of desperation, Creed decide to move his daughter’s body to the pet cemetery.

Creeds daughter comes back to life and everything spirals from there. The trailer says, “They Don’t Come Back The Same.”

2. Shazam (April 5)

DC comics is unleashing a new character into its line of blockbuster superheroes, and he comes with the name, Shazam! It sounds like a magic word, but that’s what he’s called.

The story follows the tale of a 14-year-old orphan, Billy Batson (Asher Angel) who’s been jumping from foster family to the next. He’s trying to prove that he can do well on his own in the streets and doesn’t need a family to survive.

In his latest foster family, however, he finds himself in a situation where he would decide between defending his newly met brother against bullies or choose to run away. He decides to fight the bullies.

On his train ride home, the wizard Shazam calls him and makes him worthy of his powers.

The tale continues with Batson being able to transform between his 14-year-old persona to an adult with superpowers (Zachary Levi) just by shouting Shazam.

3. High Life (April 5)

Robert Pattinson makes a come back to the box office with an eery, weird, but totally intriguing space thriller that comes unlike any other. Imagine a very twisted, dark, and almost scary version of Passengers, but extra twisted.

The story takes place beyond the solar system in a future where everything feels to be in the past.

A group of criminals is made to become test subjects in an experiment in space along with an almost creepy, twisted doctor that seems keen to achieve her ambitions.

The group faces extreme conditions when cosmic rays hit their ship and fall into a black hole.

4. Amazing Grace (April 5)


Probably the only thing in this list that’s not scary or superhero involving, Amazing Grace is an ode to the late, Aretha Franklin.

A 1972 film that was never before seen by the public, Sydney Pollack takes us back to 1972 when Aretha Franklin was singing at the New Temple Missionary Baptist Church in Los Angeles with one of her best albums yet.

5. Hellboy (April 12)

The oldie but a goodie, Hellboy is coming back as a reboot! Although nothing’s wrong about the previous Hellboy movies, this one has better effects, new sidekicks, and flying dragons! All the while preserving the original Hellboy‘s angsty sarcasm.

Hellboy (David Harbour) is a child straight from the depths of hell but ironically raised by humans to save the Earth. In this reboot, he tries to fend off an ancient sorceress threatening to destroy the world.

Along the way, he faces ogres, monsters from hell, and a lot more, but this time he gets to do it with a flaming sword and a floating, flaming crown all the while on top of a flying dragon!

6. The Curse of La Llorona (April 19)

If you weren’t scared when your parents told you that bad children get taken away by parents, then maybe the movie version might change that.

The Curse of La Llorona is the telling of the “Weeping Woman,” who is popular in Latin folklore, that is searching for her tragically lost children. However, La Llorona is doing more than simply ‘looking’.

7. Avengers: Endgame

The movie that needs no introduction, Marvel’s Avengers: Endgame comes out at the last week of the month to finish the pretty intense cliff hanger from Avengers: Infinity War.

This will be the latest installment to the Avengers series that took well over a decade to accomplish. It is said to make good money at around $5 billion, which they are quite deserving.

See on cinemas how the Avengers will avenge the fallen and defeat Thanos.

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