Anchor Bay Entertainment was a big winner this evening at the first-ever Grim Reaper Awards, honoring the years best achievements in horror home entertainment. Anchor Bay took home four Grimmys, with the classic Hellraiser winning for Best Remastering, the Hellraiser Box Set for Best Packaging, Laid To Rest for Best Slasher Film and the Grimmys top honor Best in Show for the Hellraiser Box Set. The awards were handed out this evening, at the historic Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel site of the first Academy Awards® ceremony.
The Grim Reaper Awards is a joint venture between home entertainment industry leader Home Media Magazine and the horror insiders at DreadCentral.com. An esteemed panel of judges from within the horror community, selected the final nominees in twelve categories, with horror fans from all over the world voting online to choose the best horror DVDs and Blu-ray Discs of the year at www.ReaperAwards.com.
We not only thank the nominating committee of the Grim Reaper Awards in considering our releases for competition, but also to the thousands of fans who voted our titles as the best in their categories, said Bill Clark, President of Anchor Bay Entertainment. We look forward to proudly displaying our Grimmys.
Writer/director Robert Hall, producer Chang Tseng and Nick ChromeSkull
“It was awesome winning the Best Slasher Award, said Hall. We are very glad all the time and effort we spent on the movie and the behind-the-scenes materials connected with people. Anchor Bay did an amazing job packaging our