The 2010 Hugo Awardswere handed out last weekend in Australia and included a rare tie in the Best Novel category. The double honor went to China Miéville for The City & The City and Paolo Bacigalupi for The Windup Girl, while Doctor Who and Moon also picked up rocket trophies. [Read more…]
The nominees for the 62nd annual Primetime Emmy Awards were announced Thursday morning with several genre series doing well. [Read more…]
Our very own Slice Queen, Brooke Lewis has won a Golden Cob as the Best Screen Queen of 2009.
Lewis was nominated in two categories and won in one. She won for her work in “Slime City Massacre.” [Read more…]
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Brooke has been nominated for two awards for the B Movie 2010 Golden Cob Awards. She’s up for Best Rising B Actress for her work in “Slime City Massacre” and Best Scream Queen. [Read more…]
A decade ago, screenwriter J.D. Shapiro adapted L. Ron Hubbard’s “Battlefield Earth” for the big-screen. [Read more…]
Sandra Bullock picked up two awards for her work in 2009 last night. One was the Oscar for Best Actress and the other was the Razzie for Worst Actress. [Read more…]
As Hollywood gets ready to celebrate its best with the Academy Award nominations, the Razzies have released their list of nominees for the worst movies of 2009. [Read more…]
The Golden Globes (seen by many as a potential predictor of Oscar nods) have released their list of nominees this morning.
Below is the list of nominees for TV and movies. [Read more…]
And the contenders for the Best Animated Picture Oscar are: [Read more…]
While the acting and series awards won’t be handed out until Sunday, the Emmys did announce the winners in several of the technical categories over the weekend. Several genre shows were rewarded, including “True Blood” taking home a statute for Outstanding Casting and “Heroes” for Outstanding Special Visual Effects For A Series.” “Heroes” submitted the […]
For the first time in three years, the Hugo for best dramatic presentation, short form didn’t go to “Doctor Who”‘s Stephen Moffatt. This year it went to Joss Whedon for “Doctor Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog.” Pixar’s “Wall-E” took home the Hugo for best dramatic presentation, long form. Author Neal Gaiman picked up his second best novel […]
While the Emmys may have failed to recognize more than the technical work on the recently wrapped genre-series, “Battlestar Galactica,” the series did pick up a number of accolades at the Television Critics Awards. The series took the top honor and was named the program of the year at the awards cermony over the weekend. [Read more…]