This year the Critics Golden Award to the best film of Molins Horror will be granted under our agreement with Premios de Cine Blogos de Oro.
The jury of this award is composed by five media members of the Premios de Cine Blogos de Oro association:
YLENIA CAÑADAS MAYORAL: Biologist by profession and cinephile by nature. The years as a volunteer at the Sitges Festival have forged her union with cinema offering her the opportunity to collaborate with different websites and magazines. She was part of the Young Jury at the Festival of Sitges and also at Terrormolins. Nowadays she is the Contents Director of the online magazine El Cinèfil.
MARCOS CURTO BALLESTEROS: Blogger since 2006, he started his journey leading Blood Stab two years ago after directing blogs like Chronicles of Raven212, Marckwire Chronicles and Deporticulas. He has also collaborated with Videodromo, Siempre en VO, Cine Latino and Asia Cine. He has not a prefered favorite kind of cinema but he is kind on spaghetti-western, noir cinema and horror.
IVÁN FERNÁNDEZ RODRÍGUEZ: Eat up any kind of cinema from all kinds, directors and budgets, with a clear preference for asian movies and low budget films. He dicided to create the blog CineDomingo where he talks about cinema saving his friend from having to listen to him talking about films all day. Nowadays he is member of the Blogos de Oro jury and Sabadell Film Festival..
FRANCISCO JAVIER GUTIÉRREZ CASTELLS: He runs the blog Cine de Patio where he has published more than one thousand reviews. he is the president of the emerging Premios de cine Blogos de Oro and collaborates in different cinema related media like Sensacine and Paramount Channel. He has been jury at Atlántida Film Fest, Madrid’s Nocturna, Sant Cugat Fantàstic and Premios Feroz.
DAVID SANMARTÍ FUENTES: He works as Project Manager on Innovation and Electrocni Commerce which he combines with one of his passions, cinema. Since he was little he has enjoyed watching movies, fantastic and horror specially. For the last three years he has collaborated with the blog Cinedania, where he writes reviews and makes coverage of Sitges and Molins film festivals..
The winner was announced the 20th of November at 8 pm by director Alberto Marini vía his twitter account
The participant film are those from the Official Selection 2016:
The Eyes of my mother, by Nicolas Pesce
CRITICS AWARD terrorMolins 2016. Francisca and her family live far away from society, in a small country house in the middle of nowhere.
Kristen, by Mark Weistra
BEST ACTRESS terrorMolins 2016. The next morning after a party night, Kristen must hurry up and tidy the bar up to open its doors again after a while.
The Wailing, by Na Hong-Jin
SPECIAL MENTION to CINEMATOGRAPHY terrorMolins 2016. A small village lost among the Korean mountains is the setting of a chain of mysterious and furious murders…
The Girl With All The Gifts, by Colm McCarthy
It is a dystopic future and humanity has been almost completely devastated by the spread of some kind of mushrooms that lodge some kind of zombie virus.
Lake Bodom, by Taneli Mustonen
The most terrible nightmare for a camper became true at Bodom lake in 1960, when four teenagers were stabbed to death when they were sleeping in their tent.
K-Shop, by Dan Pringle
Salah owns with his father a kebab shop, in the middle of a busy street where every night young people meet to drink…
Downhill, by Patricio Valladares
Joe used to be a star in mountain bike riding downhill. After witnessing his best friend’s death during a competition Joe decides to quit the activity.
Under The Shadow, by Babak Anvari
Under the Shadow is set in Tehran, during the 80’s, in the middle of a tense post-revolutionary atmosphere…
The Autopsy of Jane Doe, by André Øvredal
BEST FX terrorMolins 2016. Brian Cox and Emile Hirsch play to colonels (father and son) who get a murder victim that doesn’t show a clear reason for its death.
Let Her Out, by Cody Calahan
After she had an accident, Helen starts having nightmares, short memory lapses and hallucinations. After a visit to the doctor, she is diagnosed a benign tumour
Darling, by Mickey Keating
A young girl is hired to look after a big house while the owner is away.
We go on, by Jesse Holland and Andy Mitton
Miles Grissom lives in dread of dying. He offers an important reward to whom can show whether there is a life after death or, on the contrary, death is the real end.
The Unseen, by Geoff Redknap
Bob is a victim of a strange illness that takes him away from his wife and daughter. When his daughter is involved in a kidnapping…
The writer’s burrow, by Kurro González
Carlos is a successful writer who is locked up in his house; can not finish his next novel, is blocked. Due to a tragic event he has lost all inspiration.
Train to Busan, by Yeon Sang-Ho
AUDIENCE AWARD terrorMolins 2016. Although Sok-woo doesn’t feel like visiting his former wife, his daughter persuades him to take the high-speed train to Busan.
The Neon Demon, by Nicolas Winding Refn
terrorMolins 2016 Closing gala. Jesse is a young model wannabe who has just moved to Los Angeles.
Cruel Summer, by Phillip Escott and Craig Newman
Small jewel of independent cinema, one of those films that walk along the thin line between horror and drama which will please all kinds of audiences.
I am not a serial killer, by Billy O’Brien
BEST FILM, BEST DIRECTOR and BEST ACTOR terrorMolins 2016. John Wayne Cleaver is a dangerous 16-year-old boy, and he knows it. He is obsessed with serial killers…
Tear me apart, by Alex Lightman
The most primitive instincts are often key players in the universe of horror; uncontrolled feelings that can transform us into what we always were.