Rondo Hatton Classic Horror Awards Pt. 3: Video (Pt. 3: Category 10)

Category 10: Best Documentary

I’ll have to link to trailers here; except as noted below, I was unable to find many of these to watch.  Going by description and advertising alone, though, I narrowed the nominees down to a smaller list based on what I personally consider to be subjects about “classic” horror:  King Cohen, Monster Kids, 78/52, Tomb of the Topstones, and Who Goes There.  Since I was unable to watch Monster Kids, which I have a feeling I’d love, I’ll have to either vote for 78/52 or abstain from voting in this category.


Here are the other nominees:

Batman & Bill, directed by Don Argott, Sheena M. Joyce.  Available on Hulu.

King Cohen: The Wild World of Filmmaker Larry Cohen, directed by Steve Mitchell.

Monster Kids: The Impact of Things That Go Bump in the Night, directed by James-Michael Roddy.

The Mothman of Point Pleasant, directed by Seth Breedlove.  Available on iTunes.

78/52, directed by Alexandre O. Phillippe.  Available on Amazon Prime.

To Hell & Back: The Kane Hodder Story, directed by Derek Herbert.

Tomb of the Topstones, directed by Ray Castile.

Unearthed & Untold: The Path to Pet Semetary, directed by John Campopiano, Justin White.

Who Goes There? In Search of The Thing, directed by Daniel Griffith.

You’re So Cool, Brewster: The Story of Fright Night, directed by Chris Griffiths.

Short post today!  I’ll try to do better when I get to the print categories.

Voting for the Rondo Awards is really easy! Simply send an email to by midnight on Sunday, April 8, 2018. You don’t have to vote in every category; however, you are limited to one vote.

While you’re voting for these great movies, TV shows and home video releases, please consider voting for in Category 17: Best Website or Blog of 2017… only if you like what you see here and believe that it deserves it.

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