I like how Charli, one of the writers of MONSTERS BEWARE, gave herself the Best Script Award. She is a modest gal. Personally, it was a Saturday Night Live skit with no real tangible story. My kudos go to the Director. Fun to watch though.
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11-09-2009 06:50 AM
11-09-2009 07:24 AM
Best Cinematography: Rusalka beautiful lighting, very film-like quality.
Best use of Blood: Rusalka - the burst of blood from the mouth and the angle was awesome.
Best Twist: "Rusalka" - was a very nice surprise to see that the son was the vampire.
Best believable performances by Adult Actors: Rusalka shes on the floor and we totally feel that she's dying Rusalka hes under terrible distress and you can feel it.
Best believable performance by Child Actor: Rusalka flawless performance by this little girl, even in the small whisper mimic pretty please at the end super.
Best use of Unique Genre: Rusalka - a classic campy 1950s B&W horror story .Rusalka - an out-of-the box monster Musical Rusalka Film Noir.
Best Original Musical Score Rusalkatotally captivating and endearing.
Best Score that captured the Tone: Rusalka the total score and music fit the 40s-50s classical horror flicks.
Best surprise Genre: Rusalka didnt see a musical coming by a mile.
Best production-like quality: Rusalka - this could pass off as a snippet from a television show on cable.
Best opening: Rusalka - with the comic book introduction and then dissolving into real-life Rusalka - with the superimpose factual information on black at the beginning brought goose bumps.
Best interaction of characters: Rusalka those two guys had so much dialogue and so much banter that it was quite entertaining.
Best script: (bias) Rusalka - the dialogue flowed naturally without being over the top or flippant and the story had a beginning, middle and a quirky ending.
Best homage to Filmmaker: - Rusalka take that Death Proof- Tarentino!
Best Poster: - Rusalka just an incredible movie-like poster.
Best use of Monsters: - Rusalka contains a Vampire and Siamese Igors in counseling session along with a Frankenstien at the end Rusalka contains a Werewolf, two Zombies, a Reanimation and a Female Alien who collects monsters.
Best heart-wrenching story: Rusalka - two Jewish boys sent to the gas chamber, very difficult to watch.
Best Directior: Well since i didn't get a chance to i can't award myself so... i'll call it a draw between the rest of the entrants hehe.
11-09-2009 07:32 AM
Lawrie. I believe that is a truly unbiased assessment.
11-09-2009 07:32 AM
*shakes his fist* Foiled Again!!! KEeeeeeeaaton!!!
11-09-2009 07:34 AM
11-09-2009 08:37 AM
Send me one too! I can be a dvxuser transvestite! Dirtier still!!!
11-09-2009 09:35 AM
Lawrie - I LOVED that!!! That was freakin' awesome.
morbid - welcome!
Shawn - yours definitely felt like a music video for awhile and I would love to see a music video festival here. I think that would be a great idea!
1) the story is based on the director, John. I did not come up with the concept, instead, I gave him feedback after feedback until he finally asked me to take co-writer title, then we worked on it together.
2) before I tossed that award towards our script, did you notice I put (BIAS) in parentheticals?
3) It had a BEGINNING - the capturing of werewolf, MIDDLE - the interaction in the car where you discover how the Zombie and Reanimation achieved their demised and their abduction and revealment of a female Alien collector - Ending - the opening of the trunk and discovering of a half-Zombie who may or may not have eaten the Alien Chic.
A skit is a comic theatrical sketch. VII falls under this category."Imagination is more important than knowledge." - Albert Einstein
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