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The basic plot is a girl wants to get married but her family wont let her because she is suppose to marry her cousin. They kill off memebers of the wedding and I must say most the kills do look good. The last half hour was turned into one big comedy but it was funny and I did laugh. The killers are the worst since the horror remake of Prom Night. It's probably the only thing that brings down the movie. However, for three bucks it's a great buy and a great addition to any horror collection.
This is a substandard 80's style slasher film. It has plenty of blood, gore and severed body parts, it just doesn't do it well. It has given us quantity and sacrificed quality. There is some minor camp value to the film as the acting is noticeably bad and one camera shot had something on the lens in the upper right corner. Minor humor. For 80's slasher fans it might be worth a peek if the film was cheap enough. This is the type of film that become part of those horror 8 packs.
Parental Guide: F-bomb, lap dance, near sex, nudity (Thank you Tanith Fiedler, plus strippers)
It's hard to describe just how terrible it is. The story makes little sense, even after all the twists are "explained". Nothing any character does seems motivated, despite the fact that the characters sometimes inexplicably explain their motivations out loud. The story behind the villains is completely ridiculous and unbelievable. And every aspect of the production -- writing, acting, even lighting -- is uniformly incompetent. I have seen better production values in community college student works (I'm not kidding about that!).
For some reason, people seem to praise the scenes where the villains ramble about a bunch of irrelevant nonsense in some horrible misguided attempt at comedy. None of these scenes (and there are several) actually have anything funny happen in them, they serve no purpose in the story, and ultimately they just waste time. And it's pretty sad that an 80-minute movie feels so long.
If you're looking at this movie, you're either expecting it to be good and scary or bad and funny. Either way, you will be horribly disappointed. Avoid it.
Basically, the dark comedy that it WAS going to be would have been much better than the finished product. It was stupid, the plot was idiotic, the twists were even worse, and the acting was ATROCIOUS. Seriously, Mars of Destruction was better. MARS OF DESTRUCTION.
Bottom line, DON'T judge a movie by its cover. You will regret it.
The muddled story involving a woman named Jenna (Jessica Kinney), and her homicidal family, isn't presented in a very coherent way, and fails to make a solid emotional connection. Apparently intended as a horror/comedy, the comedic elements are mostly a miss, as the characters mostly come off as idiots, who head directly into the path of danger. The writing and dialog, lacks any cleverness, and the acting is subpar even for a low budget horror film. Despite a substantial amount of gore, Wedding Slashers is more annoying than scary. If you can catch it for free streaming somewhere, it might be worth a look, but otherwise this would be one to avoid.
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