DEAD WEDDING (2013) Reviews and overview


‘Happily never after’

Dead Wedding aka Rockabilly Zombie Weekend is a 2013 American infection horror feature film directed by Jaime Velez Soto from a screenplay written by Tammy Bennett. The movie stars Christina Bach, Daniel Baldock, Nikoma DeMitro and J. Benedict Larmore.


Becky (Christina Bach) and Grant (Daniel Baldock) arrive at their rockabilly-themed wedding, despite warnings of a mutated  West Nile Virus outbreak.

Things go horribly wrong as the mosquito-spread virus spawns zombies, who begin feeding on the wedding guests as well as the other locals. The two newlyweds have to escape along with their family and friends if they ever want to live to see their honeymoon…


“Overall, this was a well-written and directed film. The cinematography is fantastic with every angle being taken full advantage of. The special effects were not too shabby either […] however, some of the computer-generated scenes may have benefited from a bit more practical effects.” GoresTruly

” …a movie that lives up to its catchy name. The soundtrack and overall style of this movie is grounded in rockabilly culture, but it’s also a zombie film. This contrast felt organic, the two different elements worked well together to create a fun ride worth taking.” Curt Wiser

“The plot here isn’t the problem. It’s the duller than “Living Dead” dialogue […] If you’re calling your movie Rockabilly Zombie Weekend you ought to deliver more rockabilly, more rednecks and more fun than this.” Roger Moore, Movie Nation


The film is available as Rockabilly Zombie Weekend on Amazon Prime Video.

Dead Wedding is being distributed by Wild Eye Releasing

Cast and characters:

Filming locations:

Sanford, Florida

Technical details:

88 minutes