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Friday, January 20, 2023

Celebrating the Best Horror of 2022 with the Hereditary Awards Winners! [Horror Queers Podcast]

Sore Winners and Losers 2.

Back in December, Trace and I opened up voting in the fourth annual “Hereditaries” (named after Toni Collette’s Hereditary omission), our version of the horror Oscars. Our supporters on Patreon helped us narrow down the shortlist in 18 categories and then the public at large, including folks on this site, voted on the winners throughout December 2022.

Going into the voting, blockbusters like Nope and Scream (2022) lead the nominations with 10 each, alongside other popular films like Barbarian, Smile, and Orphan: First Kill.

Now it’s time to reveal who won in the following categories:

  • Best Wide Release
  • Best Indie Release
  • Best Under The Radar Film
  • Best Non-English Language Horror Film
  • Best Horror TV Show
  • Best Queer Horror – New for 2022
  • Best First Feature Director
  • Best Director
  • Best Lead Performance
  • Best Supporting Performance
  • Best Ensemble
  • MVP 2022 – New for 2022
  • Best Creature Design
  • Best Villain
  • Best Sequence
  • Most Painful (Non-Fatal) Injury – New for 2022
  • Best Ending
  • Best Kill

For the first time the acting categories were made gender neutral, which prompted us to expand the number of nominees to 10 in most categories. We received plenty of feedback that the toughest category to vote in was Best Supporting Performance, which makes sense considering the nominees:

  • Hong Chau – The Menu
  • Jamie Clayton – Hellraiser
  • Kate Hudson – Glass Onion
  • Rory Kinnear – Men
  • Jenna Ortega – Scream
  • Keke Palmer – Nope
  • Rachel Sennott – Bodies Bodies Bodies
  • Brittany Snow – X
  • Julia Stiles – Orphan: First Kill
  • Steven Yuen – Nope

Considering we are a queer horror podcast, Trace and I were delighted to shine a spotlight on the exceptional breadth of LGBTQIA nominees this year (PS: we have episodes on all of these titles except Interview with the Vampire, in case you’re interested in how they engage with queerness):

  • Bodies Bodies Bodies
  • Bones and All
  • Chucky S02
  • Exploited
  • Hellraiser (2022)
  • Hypochondriac
  • Interview with the Vampire S01
  • Sissy
  • We’re All Going to the World’s Fair
  • Yellowjackets S01

But enough from us: go listen to the episode, which features breakdowns of who should win vs who we believe will win, as well as the voting percentages in each category (one was literally so close that the winner was decided by 0.5% of the vote!).

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