Death Do Us Part – USA, 2014 – reviews

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‘You may now kill the bride’

Death Do Us Part is a 2014 American horror feature film directed by Nicholas Humphries from a screenplay by Ryan Copple, Peter Benson and Julia Benson.

The movie stars Julia Benson, Peter Benson, Emilie Ullerup, Christine Chatelain, Kyle Cassie, Benjamin Ayres, Dave Collette, Aaron Douglas and Viv Leacock.

Kennedy Jamieson (Julia Benson) has waited her whole life for her perfect wedding. Engaged to the charming Ryan Harris (Peter Benson), it looks like her dream is about to come true.

Except for one thing – the young couple hasn’t had a chance to celebrate their respective bachelor/bachelorette parties. Ryan’s best man Chet (Kyle Cassie) books a remote cabin in the woods to throw them a “Jack and Jill” party that they’ll never forget.  It doesn’t take long before things take a horrifying turn as members of the group are brutally picked off, one by one…






The film was released by Anchor Bay Entertainment on April 14, 2014.


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One Comment on “Death Do Us Part – USA, 2014 – reviews”

  1. The movie is the same trite garbage they all are. Acting is fine. Production values are fine. Plot reeks. Well made garbage is still garbage.

    And it’s another sexist piece of crap. 3 times more males killed than females. As usual. Even threw another one in at the end for no reason. Just to up the male body count. Notice how the law enforcement is rarely ever female. And if they are, nothing happens to them. And, of course they also put in the female killing many males fetish for the fan boys. This movie is so blatantly sexist as to be pathetic. Which it is. The writers are pigs.

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