Tuesday, April 09, 2013

Recipients of the 2012 Rondo Awards



-- BEST MOVIE: CABIN IN THE WOODS

-- BEST TV: WALKING DEAD

-- CLASSIC DVD: A&C MEET FRANKENSTEIN

-- CLASSIC COLLECTION: UNIVERSAL MONSTERS ON BLU RAY

-- RESTORATION: DRACULA (1931)

-- COMMENTARY: David Kalat on Criterion GOJIRA/GODZILLA

-- DVD EXTRA: Universal Monsters ORIGINAL HOUSE OF HORRORS booklet

-- INDEPENDENT FILM: HOUSE OF GHOSTS

-- SHORT FILM: FALL OF HOUSE OF USHER (animated)

-- DOCUMENTARY: BEAST WISHES

-- BOOK OF YEAR: RAY HARRYHAUSEN'S FANTASY SCRAPBOOK

-- BEST MAGAZINE MODERN: RUE MORGUE

-- BEST MAGAZINE CLASSIC: SCARY MONSTERS

-- BEST ARTICLE: Christopher Lee: A Career retrospective, by Aaron Christensen, HORROR HOUND #34

-- BEST INTERVIEW: Michael Culhane talks with original DARK SHADOWS cast, including Jonathan Frid's last interview, FAMOUS MONSTERS #261

-- BEST COLUMN: It Came from Bowen's Basement (John Bowen), RUE MORGUE

-- BEST THEME ISSUE: Tie, MONSTERS FROM THE VAULT #30 (Vincent Price); VIDEO WATCHDOG #169 (Dark Shadows)

-- COVER: Jeff Preston's Phibes cover for LITTLE SHOPPE OF HORRORS #29

-- WEBSITE: DREAD CENTRAL

-- BLOG: COLLINSPORT HISTORICAL SOCIETY

-- CONVENTION: MONSTERPALOOZA

-- FAN EVENT: Rick Baker gets star on hollywood Walk of Fame

-- HORROR HOST: Svengoolie

-- HORROR COMIC: WALKING DEAD

-- MULTIMEDIA (Audio/video): FRIGHT BYTES

-- SOUNDTRACK/HORROR CD: ROSEMARY'S BABY

-- TOY, MODEL OR COLLECTIBLE: Jeff Yagher's BRIDE OF FRANKENSTEIN scene

-- WRITER OF YEAR: Tim Lucas

-- REVIEWER OF YEAR: David-Elijah Nahmod

-- ARTIST: DANIEL HORNE

-- FAN ARTIST: MARK OWEN

-- HENRY ALVAREZ AWARD FOR ARTISTIC DESIGN: RAY SANTOLERI

-- INTERNATIONAL MONSTER FAN: Rhonda Steerer (operates Boris Karloff 'More Than a Monster' site from Germany)

-- MONSTER KID OF THE YEAR: SIMON ROWSON (for work in Japan unearthing lost footage in HORROR OF DRACULA)

-- HALL OF FAME INDUCTEES:

   -- J.D. LEES -- Editor/publisher who helped popularize kaiju scholarship with G-FAN, now a giant-sized 100 issues old.

   -- COUNT GORE DE VOL: Still going strong in multimedia, 40 years later.

   -- TED NEWSOM: Opinionated but with good reason -- he was there researching and interviewing long before most others.

   -- STEVE BISSETTE -- Writer's love of the genre has spread across all genres, from comic books to deep research.

   -- JESSIE LILLEY: From Scarlet Street to Famous Monsters and Mondo Cult, she has expanded the outlook of fandom.

   -- And the late GARY DORST: One of fandom's founding forces, gone far too soon.

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