Watch the 2021 Fangoria Chainsaw Awards
Lastnight, Fangoria and Shudder got together to celebrate the best horror films of 2020 at the virtual 2021 Fangoria Chainsaw Awards, an event that celebrates the world of horror cinema, albeit this year it as done from the comfort of everyone’s very own homes. And now the event is live on Youtube, ready for your eyes to bleed onto.
Actor David Dastmalchian (The Suicide Squad) and his vampire alter-ego Dr. Fearless, Hosted the 56-minute event which feature a host of celebrities handing our Chainsaw awards to the different category winners. Host this year included, Jamie Lee Curtis, Kevin Smith, and Doug Jones, amongst many others.
The full list of 2021 winners looks like this.
- Best Wide Release – The Invisible Man
- Best Limited Release – Color Out of Space
- Best International Film – La Llorona
- Best First Feature – Come to Daddy
- Best Director – Leigh Whannell (The Invisible Man)
- Best Series – What We Do in the Shadows
- Best Streaming Premiere Movie – Host
- Best Screenplay – Leigh Whannell (The Invisible Man)
- Best Creature FX – Dan Martin (Color Out of Space)
- Best Makeup FX – Dan Martin (Possessor)
- Best Score – Jim Williams (Possessor)
- Best Supporting Performance – Clancy Brown (The Mortuary Collection)
- Best Lead Performance – Elisabeth Moss (The Invisible Man)
- Best Kill – The Invisible Man, The Dinner Scene
- Achievement in Non-Fiction – “The Last Drive-In With Joe Bob Briggs”
Congratulations to all the winners of this years show.
This event is so important for the genre, as many other awards shows still have yet to reach out to the horror universe, favoring other more family friendly genres and categories. Fangoria Chainsaw Awards feels like our very own special Oscar night and it’s certainly a much more entertaining show. I mean, when was the last time you saw a vampire presenting the BAFTAs? You can check out the full show on the link below.
Stay in, Stay Safe, Love Horror!
Whilst this wont be the first time Nicolas Cage has bitten off more than he can chew, having donned fangs as a crazed man convinced he had become a vampire in Vampires Kiss (1989), Universal Pictures new movie will feature the star as the biggest blood sucker of them...
The Train to Busan English-language remake from V/H/S 2 director Timo Tjahjanto is apparently getting a new name that will bring it inline with it's English language roots. The new film will be travelling the states with Train to New York. The original film, written...
For any seasoned Horror Fan, Pumpkinhead is like a rite of passage. For those uninitiated folks that have not yet been blooded, Ol' Pumpkinhead is a revenge demon conjured up by Ed Harley (Lance Henriksen) when his son is accidentally killed by a dirt bike. The rider...