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Celebrating the Film Basement Horror Film Awards


This is a wet paper sign that says Film Basement Horror Film Awards.

Are you a horror movie fanatic looking for the next great scare? Look no further than the Film Basement Horror Film Awards, where the best and most terrifying horror films from around the world are showcased and celebrated.

A half full room watching a short film.
During the screening for Best of the Fest winner Aurelio's Nightmare.

The Film Basement Horror Film Awards is an annual event held at the Filmbasement, where horror film lovers gather to celebrate their passion for the genre. The festival features a screening of some of the best horror films from around the world, as well as an award ceremony to honor the best of the fest.

Audience for the Film Basement Horror Film Awards

This year, the festival showcased some truly exceptional horror films, including "Dog" directed by Federico Alotto and "Aurelio's Nightmare" directed by Luis Enrique Vanegas, both of which were awarded the prestigious "Best of the Fest" award. These films stood out for their exceptional storytelling, haunting visuals, and masterful use of tension to keep audiences on the edge of their seats.

Film Basement Horror Film Awards audience and festival director
Festival Director Brody Gusar addresses the audience.

The award ceremony was attended by some of the most talented and innovative directors in the horror genre, including Radomir Jordanovic, who received the Best Director award for his short film "Interference," and Evan Allen, whose film "6 Wheels From Hell" won the Best Jump Scare award as well as the Best Actor award.

A man holding an award certificate.
Radomir Jordanovic - Winner of the Best Director award for his short film Interference.

But the Film Basement Horror Film Awards is more than just a celebration of the best horror films of the year; it's also an opportunity for up-and-coming horror filmmakers to showcase their talents and connect with industry professionals. Filmmakers from around the world submitted their films for consideration, and the festival's organizers selected the most innovative and creative entries to be screened at the event.

A man holding 2 award certificates.
Director of 6 Wheels from Hell Evan Allen with his films 2 awards.

For horror fans who missed out on this year's festival, fear not - submissions for next year's festival will open on April 1st, and the organizers are already hard at work selecting the best and most terrifying horror films from around the world to showcase at the event.


A man presenting two other men award certificates.

So mark your calendars, horror fans, and get ready for another year of spine-tingling terror and unforgettable horror films at the Film Basement Horror Film Awards. For more information on the festival and a full list of this year's winning films, visit www.filmbasement.com.

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