Oh, I can’t stand the suspense! This week, the 34th annual Saturn Awards handed out their usual fare of achievement recognizing statues.
In the event you aren’t aware of what they are, the Saturn Awards are the honors handed out by the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films. The Academy has been delivering their awards for over thirty years and they look to recognize cinematic achievement.
It’s a recognized validation of the genre we so fervently appreciate.
Some of the more noteworthy recipients of the awards:
Walt Disney Studios picked up three awards, ABC’s Lost snagged four awards, and 300 picked up 2 awards.
More specifically, some of the categories that caught my eye were:
Best Science Fiction Film: Cloverfield
Best Action/Adventure/Thriller Film: 300
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