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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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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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Should have stayed a comedy...
27 February 2008 | by (Raleigh, NC, USA) – See all my reviews

I've read on IMDb and some other sites that this movie was originally intended to be more of a comedy, but that portions were re-shot and it was edited to be more of a slasher film. I don't know if that's true, but I will say that the best portions of this film are those left over from the "comedy" version. Some of the exposition and conversations are quite (intentionally) funny. I especially like the explanation of why the groom's parents, sister, and grandmother all hate the best man. Low-key, but classic.

Other than the funny moments, there's not much here. The gore is pretty amateurish, though plentiful. The plot makes no sense. And the scenes seem to switch back and forth between different sides of the same house, which is used as a remote cabin, a church, a fellowship hall, a school, and a couple different homes. It's cheerfully cheesy.

Worth seeing if you don't have anything else available, but don't put it on your preferred list.


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