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Wedding Slashers (2006)

Jenna is a young woman that has lost every man she loved since she was very young. Now she has encountered Alex and they decide to move in together and get married. She has told him that ... See full summary »



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Credited cast:
Barry Adams ...
Monica Ault ...
Drunk Person
Mark Chavez ...
Ben Chester ...
Craig Chrissinger ...
Wedding Guest
Dickie Collins ...
Mark Cumberland ...
The Executioner
Kappa Curran ...
Pam (as Kappa Victoria Wood)
Juliann Dallis ...
Male Stripper
Kerri Daube ...
Wedding Guest
Chris L. Dillon ...
Man in bathroom
Tanith Fiedler ...
Newlywed Bride
Billy Garberina ...


Jenna is a young woman that has lost every man she loved since she was very young. Now she has encountered Alex and they decide to move in together and get married. She has told him that she lost her parents but in the church, she glances at her parents and she decides to call off the wedding. She asks to her friends to leave the church and she discloses the story of her family to Alex. Meanwhile all their friends are murdered by killers and Jenna tells that they are members of her family. Why are they killing her friends? Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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Rated R for strong horror violence and gore, language and sexual content | See all certifications »

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21 November 2006 (USA)  »

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Written and Performed by Dave Payne
Published by fastmonkeymusic, BMI
Courtesy of the Dos Squigly Archives
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Wedding Slashers is a keeper
20 November 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is a throwback. There was a time when horror films were gritty, exploitive, funny, nasty, and had moments so bad they were good. And boobs. They showed BOOBS! If you're not expecting Devil's Rejects or the Grudge or any other modern and slick horror, you will find Wedding Slashers watchable. "Wedding Slashers" is a direct descendant of those trashy, low budget 70s horror films. Catchy title, cute girls, nudity, blood, a big old knife on the artwork.

The movie opens with a flashback. A bride and a groom with not a nickel to rub together are heading to Vegas, running away from home to get married. They don't make it. They are exterminated by a gas mask, cloak wearing, Darth Vader sounding killer. He spouts some nonsense about love and then abruptly splits the brides head open like a watermelon. You practically see the seeds. Moving forward in time we meet another Bride. Every man she's every loved has died a mysterious death. Without ruining the end, the fate of her fiancé hangs in balance. Will the mystery be solved and will our love birds tie the knot before the bloody finale? The plot is simple. The performances are raw but more often than not, good. This production value is minimal, the technical aspects – besides a nice 5.1 surround mix, there are none. The gore is sometimes shocking, sometimes campy, and usually entertaining.

The charm in this is that a bunch of first timers (At least their previous credits don't add up to much) have made a little movie that pretty much works. You can see the missteps, but they are never boring or offensive. I would have liked to see more of the strippers at the bachelor party. Of course, it would have been nice to see more of the bride. There's a shower scene and for some reason, they don't show below her shoulders!! She's too cute to keep covered up. But despite those major drawbacks, Wedding Slashers is a keeper.

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