Deadly Movies’ Alternative Oscars 2011

And the nominees are..,

Deadly Movies Oscars

If you’re dreading the wall-to-wall Oscar Porn that will be lavished over by the media during the next few months then join Deadly Movies for a decidedly alternate list of the best-of-the-best (well alternative except for ‘Black Swan‘ but that was just too bloody good).

NOTE: These are films whose wide release in the theatre or on DVD occurred in 2010

Best Picture
Frozen
Splice
Rare Exports A Christmas Tale
[REC]2
House of the Devil
The Human Centipede
Monsters
Piranha 3D
Black Swan
Let Me In

Best Director
Gareth Edwards – Monsters
Jaume Balagueró and Paco Plaza – [REC]2
Adam Green – Frozen
Jalmari Helander – Rare Exports A Christmas Tale
Darren Aronofsky – Black Swan

Best Actress
Sarah Polley  – Splice
Emma Bell  – Frozen
Robin McLeavy  – The Loved Ones
Natalie Portman  – Black Swan
Ashley C Williams  – The Human Centipede

Best Actor
Onni Tommila – Rare Exports A Christmas Tale
Dieter Laser – The Human Centipede
Kodi Smit-McPhee – Let Me In
Jean-Pierre Martins – The Horde
Josh Stewart – The Collector

Best Supporting Actress
Betsy Russell – SAW 3D
Kelly Brook – Piranha 3D
Mila Kunis – Black Swan
Delphine Chanéac  – Splice
Jessica Alba – The Killer Inside Me

Best Supporting Actor
Kane Hodder  – Hatchet 2
Elias Koteas  – Let Me In
John Brumpton – The Loved Ones
Jerry O’Connell  – Piranha 3D
Mark Ruffalo  – Shutter Island

Best Foreign Film
Rare Exports A Christmas Tale (Finland)
The Loved Ones (Australia)
The Human Centipede (Netherlands)
Harpoon (Iceland)
[REC]2 (Spain)

Best Cinematography
Rare Exports A Christmas Tale – Mika Orasmaa
Monsters – Gareth Edwards
Let Me In – Greig Fraser
Black Swan – Matthew Libatique
A Nightmare on Elm Street – Jeff Cutter

Best Visual Effects
Piranha 3D
SAW 3D
Monsters
Hatchet 2
Splice

Best Documentary Feature or Series
Cropsey
Never Sleep Again: The Elm Street Legacy
A History of Horror With Mark Gatis
Herschell Gordon Lewis: The Godfather of Gore

Best Make-up
Splice
Predators
The Wolfman
Hatchet 2

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3 thoughts on “Deadly Movies’ Alternative Oscars 2011

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  2. Elias Koteas always wins my vote.

    And you’ve convinced me to check out Black Swan now…the hype is just too much to ignore.

  3. silent_hill2 says:

    Best Actress – Natalie Portman
    Best Supporting Actress – Mila Kunis
    Best Supporting Actor – Mark Ruffalo
    Best Cinematography – Black Swan (Matthew Libatique)
    Best Make-up – The Wolfman

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