Since 2015 the iHorror Awards honour those in the horror genre
Chosen by fans of the horror genre, the iHorror Awards show those recipients how much we appreciate their hard work, and their art. In it’s third year (and the second year I’ve voted), the final date for votes is swiftly approaching. You have the opportunity to honour those who have given their all in the horror genre to bring you all the gore, scares, laughs, and jumps you’ve enjoyed over the past year. Don’t waste this opportunity to show your appreciation and support.
- Best Horror Film
- Best Direct Release Horror
- Best Foreign Horror
- Best Remake/Sequel
- Best Horror Series
- Best Horror Director
- Best Actress – Horror Film
- Best Actor – Horror Film
- Best Actress – Horror Series
- Best Actor – Horror Series
- and Fan Favourite
One of the Previous Happy iHorror Awards Winners
You can help put a smile like this on your horror favourites face – but don’t stare too long, there’s something weird about staring at the eyes of someone looking directly at the camera and smiling.
A year of firsts
This years awards also include categories which allow people around the world to enter their own horror genre work. These categories are judged by a closed horror panel and include:
- Best Indie Horror Movie
- Best Horror Short Film
- Best Horror Photography
- and Best Horror Screenplay
The date for submitting your work into these categories has now passed, but there’s always next year. You can find out more about the final 158 nominees here.
The winners are announced on March 29th -soooo excited!
And you have until March 18th to get your votes in..Go on then, get a shift on, what are you waiting for? Vote here
Horror and Fantasy Author – Also writing as K.T. McQueen. Love Western Horror, cowboy boots, my cactus Collin, & my Demon Cat.
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