2016 Best Acting Ensemble Winner

The Witch


Horror is a genre that so often populated by second-rate actors who are just cast to look good while being murdered so it feels special when such care is put into the casting of a film like The Witch.  It doesn’t have the biggest of casts but more than any other film this year it lacks a weak link.  Each of these actors perfectly conveys the religious angst and paranoia of these characters as the strange happenings begin and they also effortlessly work through the period dialog without having it get in the way of their performances.

Next Award: Best Line of Dialogue

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