An award show in it's second year that honors the genres of Horror, Sci-Fi, Fantasy and Cult

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An award show in it's second year that honors the genres of Horror, Sci-Fi, Fantasy and Cult

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Follows Scream Awards 2006 (2006) See more »

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disgusting, sad, stupid... just for starters
10 January 2008 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

This social catastrophe is a real TV show that 'celebrates' movie cruelty and visual mutilation. Served up with stunt atrocities and cheering 20 somethings set in the Greek Theatre L.A. and with bewildered 'celebrities' THE SCREAM AWARDS makes light of movie screen cruelty as a fun experience... and finds reasons to give awards to the most gruesome, vicious, pitiless and socially destructive movie sequences that seem to be made to inspire psychopaths and kids who kill classmates. In this misguided TV award show the award is a vampire spike, all shiny and perfect to jam into someone's chest.. or elsewhere (Jay Hernandez' comment from the 2006 'awards). This, in 20 years time will be the sort of psychological blight that will be case studied as part of the 'culture of death' phenomenon that this next generation will see and reject... and study as, like the Holocaust, a depravity foisted onto impressionable teens hopefully to see a generation bred to enjoy cruelty as entertainment. Watch this appalling TV show and its pathetic attempts to justify its existence. Irresponsible corporate depravity at it's most shameless.


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