'Devil's Rejects' Slaughters Chainsaw Rivals
'Hills Have Eyes' and 'Saw II' also win big
Jamie Kennedy hosted the event, which will be televised on fuse (assuming your cable system gets fuse) on Sunday, Oct. 22.
"The Devil's Rejects" won for Killer Movie (that's a positive, presumably) and for Relationship From Hell (Best Couple or Duo) for Bill Moseley and Sheri Moon Zombie.
The evening's other multiple winners were "Saw II" and "The Hills Have Eyes." "Saw II" star Tobin Bell won for Best Butcher (Best Villain), while the demise of Emmanuelle Vaugier was dubbed Most Thrilling Killing. Meanwhile "The Hills Have Eyes" received a Looks That Kill (Best Makeup) award, while Michael Bailey Smith was honored for Bloodiest Beatdown.
"The Omen" star Seamus Davey-Fitzpatrick was lauded as Creepiest Kid, while "Zombie Honeymoon" was saluted for Best with Less (limited release or budget).
Showtime's "Masters of Horror" anthology took the Killer Television prize and the Red Hot Chili Peppers' "Dani California" won for Killer Video.