Podcast: InSession Film Awards, Top 10 Movies of 2014 – Episode 99 (Part 1)
This week on the InSession Film Podcast, Matt Oakes from Silver Screen Riot joins us as we celebrate the 2nd annual InSession Film Awards as well as give away our Top 10 Movies of 2014. Due to the length of the show, we had to go Hollywood blockbuster on you and split up the show into two different part. The first part will be our InSession Film Awards section where we discuss our biggest surprise movie of 2014, the worst movies of the year, our favorite acting performances and so much more. And on Part 2 (coming soon), we discuss our Top 10 Movies of 2014, which was a lot of fun.
Want to know how your awards compare to ours? Go to our Preview page and download the Awards Category sheet, fill it out with your nominees and winners and as you listen to the how, see how your picks stack up against ours!
– InSession Film Awards 2014 (4:42)
Individual Special Awards
Movie I Liked That Everybody Else Hated
Best Surprise Moment
Best Score Track
Best Laugh Out Loud Moments
Most Movie Lines
Best Movie Under The Radar
Best Movie Trailer
Best Opening/Closing Credits Sequence or Scene
Best Surprise Actor/Actress
Best Surprise Movie
Best Use of Soundtrack Music (Doesn’t have to be original. Closing and Opening credits count)
Best Animated Movie
Best Screenplay (original or adapted)
Best Actress Supporting Role
Best Actor Supporting Role
Special thanks to all of our friends who called in and gave us their top movies of 2014!
Arcturus – MGCTv
Dan – Talking In Circles
Michael – QFilmcast
Max – QFilmcast
Fox – Geekscholars
Ben / Matthew – JT Movie Podcast
Brandi Duran – InSession Film
Ry – CinemaJaw
Jonathan Berry – Awesome Movie Guy
Brent Allen – BrentAllenLive.com
Jon Asher – Second Rate Report
DJ / Matt / Justin – Simplistic Reviews
Tim – First Time Watchers
Barry / Jairo – True Bromance Podcast
Michael Denniston – War Machine Horse
Nate Parsons – Former InSession Film Co-Host
Scott Pollard – Former InSession Film Co-Host
2014 was an amazing year for film and felt really consistent all the way throughout. It was maybe the best year for animated film we’ve seen in the past 5 years, had arguably the best comic-book movies we’ve ever seen and had a fall/winter that gave us some really brilliant art films. Overall, at least for us here at InSession Film, we had a phenomenal year at the movie theater.
Do you agree or disagree with our list? Let us know in the comment section below.