Last month, we launched the 2nd annual Rabbit In Red Awards to celebrate all things horror. Over 1,000 votes were cast in categories like Horror Film of the Year, Horror Art of the Year, Scream Queen of the Year and more. Voters were also entered into a random draw for a chance to win fun horror prize packs. Here are the results…
Horror Hunk of the Year
Josh Hartnett as Eben Oleson in 30 Days of Night (2007)
This is Josh Hartnett’s second year in a row winning Horror Hunk of the Year. He won last year for his role as Zeke Tyler in The Faculty (1998). Here he is almost 10 years later and still sexy as ever! Check out a full list of last year’s winners here.
Timothy Olyphant as David in The Crazies (2010)
Jay Ryan as Ben Hanscom in It: Chapter Two (2019)
? Paul Rudd as Tommy Doyle in Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers
? Evan Peters as Kai Anderson in American Horror Story: Cult
? Jerry O’Connell as Derek in Scream 2
? John Michael Graham as Bob Simms in Halloween
? Omar Epps as Phil Stevens in Scream 2
Scream Queen of the Year
Courteney Cox as Gale Weathers-Riley in Scream 4 (2011)
Why shouldn’t Gale win Scream Queen of the Year? She did help solve these things…three times, remember? Make that 4 times! Gale is just as strong-willed as ever in the 4th instalment of the classic slasher series.
Jamie Lee Curtis as Kimberly Hammond in Prom Night (1980)
Heather Langenkamp as Heather Langenkamp in Wes Craven’s New Nightmare (1994)
? Hayden Panettiere as Kirby Reed in Scream 4
? Danielle Harris as Tosh Guaneri in Urban Legend
? P.J. Soles as Norma in Carrie
? Mark Patton as Jesse Walsh in A Nightmare on Elm Street 2
? Nancy Kyes as Annie Brackett in Halloween
Flashback Film of the Year
A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984)
1,2, Freddy’s coming for you. Wes Craven’s iconic 80’s slasher film introduced one of our favourite horror killers and has stood the test of time, still managing to frighten audiences to this day!
The Faculty (1998)
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1974)
? Child’s Play (1988)
? IT (1990)
? Idle Hands (1999)
? Friday the 13th Remake (2009)
? Friday the 13th: A New Beginning (1985) ~
Horror Art of the Year
Chucky by @kmcartworks
Kimberly’s obsession with Halloween is what sparked her career of doing horror art. One October, she made it a challenge to sketch a favourite character portrait every day, for 30 days. This Chucky drawing is creepy because it’s almost life-like, just like the doll itself!
Six Shots by @burnzig
Scream 2 by @mt_illustration
? Double Feature by @billgalvanartwork (Honorable mention! This amazing artwork received the most likes out of any photo in Rabbit in Red’s history!)
? Casey, baby by @steve_fagiano_art
? Scream Queens by @dale__mccarthy
? Nancy x Freddy by @mcmillankid
? Michael by @artwithdevon
Indie Horror of the Year
Return to Woodsboro by @eye4eyestudios
In this fun indie horror, a group of Woodsboro High seniors want to have one last get together before they all leave for college. That is until a familiar face of the past shows up. Watch the short film here.
Abigail by @metalmonsterproductions
The Helping Hand by @bearlytheremedia
? Evil Seeds: A Samhain Tale by @killer.wolfson
? CRYBABY by @adamsaurusss
? Lane 9 by @stranger.pictures
? Dyscrasia by @palemoonlightcinema
? The Babysitter Murders by @goblinxjack
Horror Film of the Year
The much-anticipated sequel to Stephen King’s classic, The Shining, is not to be missed. Though it can’t compare to the original, it contains well-rounded characters, striking visuals and impressive scares.
It Chapter Two
? Happy Death Day 2U
? Pet Sematary
And now, here are the Horror Prize Pack winners…
A holographic VHS copy of I Know What You Did Last Summer and a pair of Friday the 13th playing cards from 2019 Toronto Fan Expo.
A copy of The Faculty on VHS and a copy of Scream 2 on DVD from 2019 Toronto Fan Expo.
A copy of The Nun and It (2017) on Blu-Ray/DVD Combo Pack.
Congratulations to all winners and runner-ups and special thanks to everyone who’ve followed us this past year and cast a vote.
Here’s to more fun in 2020!