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© 2015 by THEATRE OF TERROR

AWARDS

Russell Hackett once again wins a Best Actor Award

for his convincing performance as "Ned" in "Abducted" at the Oct 2019 Cutting Room International Shorts Film Festival 

Despite some stiff competition in the feature length film category, judges named Tom Ryan the

Best Director at the 2019 Bergren International Film Festival for his work at the helm of "The Theatre of Terror".  

Slimy creatures were all the rage at the first Cutting

Room International Film Festival in NYC. So much so that the film earned a Best Horror Short award. 

"FACES" places 1st in the Suspense/Thriller category

as well as winning the Viewer's Choice Award for

Best Feature film at the Intl Horror Hotel Film Fest.

FACES won the Audience Choice Award for Best Feature at the 8th Macabre Faire Film Festival. Truly an honor to be distinguished as the best film by an audience of indie horror fans!

January 2015   

With great bands like Sylvia platypus, Pseudo Vlad, Polyabuse, Vlad the Inhaler, and scored by Andrew LaBruno, it was no wonder FACES won Best Soundtrack at the 8th Macabre Faire film Festival.

January 2015

Out of 30 other indie film submissions, "FACES" is among the top three films to win the prestigious Golden Rake Award!

February 2015

"Abducted" wins Best Sci-FI Short at the

Cutting Room International Shorts Film

Festival Oct 2019

Tom Ryan captures his second Best

Director award for his work weaving 

together the captivating elements of

"Abducted" at the Oct 2019 Cutting Room

International Shorts Film Festival.

In only his second starring role, producer

and actor Russell Hackett wins the Best

Actor award for his convincing portrayal

of "Ned" in The Theatre of Terror's sci-fi

segment, "Abducted".   

For her convincing performance as

drug addicted Donna in "The Gift",

Heather Brittain O'Scanlon wins the

Best Actress Award at the Brightside Tavern Short Film Fest

FACES wins Best Indie Feature of 2014 as selected by the Mario LIKES Movies podcast.

January 2015

For his performance as Frank Walker, a down on his luck skitsofrentic psychopath, Tom Ryan took home Best Actor honors at the 8th Macabre Faire Film Festival.

January 2015

DAY 9 wins Audience Choice Best Short film at the 3rd Macabre Faire Film Festival.

January 2013

DAY 9 wins Best Indie Short of 2013 as selected by the Mario LIKES Movies podcast.

January 2014.