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Shotgun Wedding (2013)

Shotgun Wedding (2013)





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A wedding weekend takes a disastrous turn when the groom accidentally shoots the maid of honor and his mother's efforts to cover up the mishap lead to more inadvertent deaths.

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Mike Damus
as Robert Fletcher
Kim Shaw
as Rosemary Milton
James Eckhouse
as Philip 'Flip' Milton
Joel McKinnon Miller
as Hank Fletcher
Kelsey Ford
as Elizabeth
Eric Jungmann
as Steve Doering
Megan Heyn
as Pensee
Elana Krausz
as Barbara Milton
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This might be the sleeper horror film of last year. I wasn't made aware of this film's existence until a couple of days ago where, after I finished Harold's Going Stiff, Netflix recommended three movies and this was one of those movies. I was intrigued by the concept and I thought the trailer was funny but I really wasn't expecting much because how many times do you watch a great trailer and then the film turns out to be crap. I think this is even more common in the horror genre, that is unbelievably crowded with a lot of talented people not getting the credit they deserve and a lot of lazy filmmakers looking to make a quick buck off the fans. The point of the matter is, that I wasn't really expecting this film to be more than just a cheap horror movie with a couple of laughs and some decent gore. Boy, did this movie really surpass almost every expectation I could've had. This film is supremely dark and really damn funny. This is what Cottage Country should've been but completely failed. While I realize I didn't give the film a better rating, this might actually be one of the funniest horror-comedy films of the last couple of years. It's got an incredibly funny cast and a really clever script. Sometimes in these films, the comedy and the more "serious", or dark, stuff are usually kept as far apart from one another as possible, leading the film to have some very severe tonal issues, Cottage Country is a perfect example of this. This film doesn't do that, there's a synergy between the comedy and its darker themes that many films can definitely learn from. The film sees selfish characters doing horrific things in order not to ruin Robbie's and Rosemary's wedding. That's all I'm gonna say as part of the film is seeing how far the film can take things, but I'm pretty sure you can guess where things are gonna go. It's quite a shame that this movie didn't receive a wider release as I think it could amass a pretty sizable cult following as it is a really good horror/comedy film. If you have Netflix and you love clever and dark horror films, then you really can't go wrong with this one. I had a blast watching this film, even if it dragged a bit at certain points.

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