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This Month in A&E: April



“Mister Sleep” Directed by Rob Hollocks, April 2 Limited

Mister Sleep who is a deranged serial killer survived prison execution, and came back to life as a terrifying and unstoppable force of nature, who unleashes blood revenge on a group of insomnia patients involved in a new drug trial. He believes this group has stolen his memories. His constant taste for revenge sets him on a collision course with the man who sent him to death row, and his daughter who is testing the new medication with the group.

“Don’t Tell Mom the Babysitter’s Dead” Directed by Wade Allain-Marcus, April 12 in theaters

Seventeen-year-old Tanya Crandell’s stressed to the limit mom ruins her plans for her carefree summer by tasking off for a wellness retreat, putting Tanya and her three siblings in the possession of a crotchety old babysitter. Tanya is forced to get a job due to the babysitter’s sudden death leaving the kids short on cash. Acting as an adult, Tanya gets a position as the executive assistant at a fashion company.

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“Abigail” Directed by Radio Silence, Matt Bettinelli-Olpin, and Tyler Gillett, April 19 in theaters

A 12-year-old ballerina daughter of a powerful underworld figure is kidnapped by a group of would-be criminals. They have one task, and that is to watch the girl overnight in order to collect a $50 million ransom. The captors discover through their mounting horror, they are locked inside an isolated mansion with no normal little girl.

“Villains Inc” Directed by Jeremy Warner, April 19 in theaters

Beatrix, Cain, and Harold, all low-level henchpeople are once again left jobless, penniless, and squatting in an abandoned grocery store after the death of their supervillain boss. Beatrix comes up with a plan for all of them to take over the world by any means necessary. Harsh union rules, superheroes, and competing baddies all make the quest for evil success a difficult journey.


“All American,” April 1 on the CW

All American is making its ultimate return for a fun and suspenseful Season 6. Many questions will be answered from the main cliffhanger from Season 5 which was Patience being stabbed by Miko during the final moments of the season. We will also continue to see the fallout of Coach Billy Baker’s death.

“Ripley,” Directed by Steven Zaillian, April 4 on Netflix

This series follows Tom Ripley, who is a grifter trying to get by in the early 1960s. A wealthy man hires him to convince his son to come home by traveling to Italy. Tom’s acceptance of the job is the jumping-off point for his life of deceit, fraud, and murder.

“Under The Bridge,” Directed by Geeta Vasant Patel, April 17 on Hulu

A series based on Rebecca Godfrey’s Book, the show tells a story of 14 year old Reena Virk, who went to a party with friends then never returned home. The story is told through the eyes of a local police officer and Godfrey. It dives into a deep into a world where young girls are accused of committing murder, and startling truths reveal an unlikely killer.

“Fallout,” Directed by Jonathon Nolan, April 11 on Prime Video

This is based on the iconic video game series Fallout. It follows Lucy who is a optimistic Vault-dweller who is forced to the surface to rescue her father. On the other hand, Maximus is a young solider who has quickly risen through the ranks of the Brotherhood of Steel. This story is set 200 years after a nuclear apocalypse. The series shows Lucy and Maximus’ journeys. It also shows Ghoul who is a bounty hunter that holds within him a 200-year history of the post-nuclear war.


“Bryson Tiller – “Bryson Tiller” dropping April 5

This new album will feature 19 songs including the previously released “Outside” and “Whatever She Wants” The album will be available via RCA Records.

“Taylor Swift – “The Tortured Poets Department” dropping April 19

Taylor Swift has released over 15 albums. She is one of the most influential artists in today’s society.


Brantley Gilbert – Off the Rails Tour UPMC Events Center April 13

Special guests include Struggle Jennings and Demun Jones. He has performed a total of 1,202 concerts.

Tim McGraw – Standing Room Only Tour PPG Paints Arena April 27

Tim McGraw has been gracing the stage since his debut in the early 1990s. He has sold over 80 million albums worldwide.





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