Trailer for horror comedy invites you to a bloody Camp Wedding

Last Updated on August 5, 2021

Camp Wedding Greg Emetaz

The supernatural comedy thriller CAMP WEDDING is set to be released on digital platforms on August 20th, and today we have gotten our hands on the film's trailer. That's embedded below.

Written and directed by Greg Emetaz, CAMP WEDDING was inspired by the wedding of executive producer Cara Consilvio, which did take place at a summer camp. The film twists that idea into the following story: 

Back in 1985, Camp Pocumtuck was a notoriously strict religious summer camp until it was forced to shut its doors when a young girl was struck by lightning and drowned. Before that, several women were burned at the stake for being witches nearby and before that, it was the site of a Native American massacre. Nowadays, it's available on Airbnb. Mia’s booked it and expects her wedding party to transform this now dilapidated summer camp into the wedding venue of her dreams. As her friends utterly fail to execute her master plan, they also begin disappearing.  But nothing will stop Mia from having a perfect wedding, even when someone starts texting her to hide the bodies.

CAMP WEDDING is described as a 

wedding comedy that stumbles into a summer camp horror movie, but since the two genres are communicating exclusively via text, the tone doesn’t really get communicated. Characters usually lose cell service or their phones entirely in horror movies to make them helpless. CAMP WEDDING does the opposite. It shows how miscommunication via text and social media can be worse than being totally cut off, forcing its characters to interact in person… or die. 

The film was produced by Josh Folan.

This looks like it has the potential to be a goofy good time. Check out the trailer and see what you think:

Camp Wedding

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Cody is a news editor and film critic, focused on the horror arm of, and writes scripts for videos that are released through the JoBlo Originals and JoBlo Horror Originals YouTube channels. In his spare time, he's a globe-trotting digital nomad, runs a personal blog called Life Between Frames, and writes novels and screenplays.