I’ve reviewed 54 feature and short films for NerdRemix this past year. Some were good, some sucked ass, and some were mediocre. In the grand tradition of doing lame “Best of” lists, here, for the second year in a row, is my NerdRemix Best of 2011. As always, this was extremely difficult to narrow down, so forgive me if I screwed up!
The Best of 2011
BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY-FEATURE FILM
Philip Gardiner-“The Stone: No Soul Unturned”
Breathtaking shots taking full advantage of fantastic locations!
BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY-SHORT FILM
Seriously, is there a better camera guy out there in indie land than this guy?
BEST SCREENPLAY-FEATURE FILM
Anthony G. Sumner, Eric Richter & Allan Rowe Kelly
“3 Slices of Life”
Sick, twisted, and lots of fun!
BEST SCREENPLAY-SHORT FILM
Brutal, unrelenting, dark…loved it!
BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR-FEATURE FILM
Marv Blauvelt-“3 Slices of Life”
Marv really shines as (not so) Tiny in the wrap-around segment.
BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR-SHORT FILM
Jeff Bromley-“The Giant Rubber Monster Movie”
Makes serial killing fun again!
BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS-FEATURE FILM
In a word-hilarious!
BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS-SHORT FILM
Nuns have more fun!
BEST ACTOR-FEATURE FILM
Runner Up-Jim O’Rear-“
BEST ACTOR-SHORT FILM
A repeat performance from Mr. Murdock!
Runner Up-Robert Nolan-“Worm”
BEST ACTRESS-FEATURE FILM
Tiffany Shepis-“The Frankenstein Syndrome”
Wow-really stretched her acting legs and showed awesome range!
Runner Up-Melanie Denholm-“Lady of the Dark”
BEST ACTRESS-SHORT FILM
Amazing!! One of the best performances ever, without saying a word.
Runner up-Athena Prychodko-“Graveyard Blues”
BEST DIRECTOR-FEATURE FILM
Drew incredible performances out of a huge cast.
Runner Up-John Taylor-“Leach”
BEST DIRECTOR-SHORT FILM
Extremely talented, can’t wait to see what’s next!
Sensational indie feature!
One of the best short films I’ve ever seen.
Quality, quantity, it’s all here!
Mocking the Mime-“