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Bryce Wilson has written about film for his blog Things That Don't Suck for the past four years and for The San Luis Obispo New Times for the past six. He is the author of Son Of Danse Macabre, a history of the horror genre.

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BEST FEATURE
1. Moonrise Kingdom
2. The Master
3. Holy Motors
4. The Cabin in the Woods
5. The Grey
6. Killer Joe
7. Looper
8. Django Unchained
9. Cloud Atlas
10. The Raid: Redemption

LEAD PERFORMANCE (ACTOR)
1. Joaquin Phoenix (The Master) 
2. Denis Lavant (Holy Motors)
3. Matthew McConaughey (Killer Joe)
4. Liam Neeson (The Grey)
5. Jamie Foxx (Django Unchained)

LEAD PERFORMANCE (ACTRESS)
1. Amy Adams (The Master)
2. Doona Bae (Cloud Atlas)
3. Kara Hayward (Moonrise Kingdom)
4. Noomi Rapace (Prometheus)
5. Juno Temple (Killer Joe)

SUPPORTING MALE
1. Richard Jenkins (The Cabin in the Woods)
2. Edward Norton (Moonrise Kingdom)
3. Bruce Willis (Moonrise Kingdom)
4. Phillip Seymour Hoffman (The Master)
5. Thomas Hayden Church (Killer Joe)

SUPPORTING FEMALE
1. Edith Scob (Holy Motors)
2. Anne Hathaway (Les Miserables)
3. Frances McDormand (Moonrise Kingdom)
4. Emily Blunt (Looper)
5. Gina Gershon (Killer Joe)

DIRECTION
1. Wes Anderson
2. Paul Thomas Anderson
3. Leos Carax
4. Rian Johnson
5. Andy & Lana Wachowski and Tom Tykwer

SCREENPLAY
1. Wes Anderson (Moonrise Kingdom)
2. Quentin Tarantino (Django Unchained)
3. Rian Johnson (Looper)
4. Martin McDonagh (Seven Psychopaths)
5. Andy & Lana Wachowski, Tom Tywker (Cloud Atlas)

CINEMATOGRAPHY
1. Robert Yeoman (Moonrise Kingdom)
2. Mihai Malaimare (The Master)
3. Tristan Robinson (ParaNorman)
4. Robert Richardson (Django Unchained)
5. Masanobu Takayangi (The Grey)

BEST EDITING
1. Alexander Berner (Cloud Atlas)
2. Leslie Jones, Peter McNulty (The Master)
3. Bob Ducsay (Looper)
4. Lisa Lassek (The Cabin in the Woods)
5. Gareth Evans (The Raid: Redemption)

BEST MUSIC
1. Moonrise Kingdom
2. Django Unchained
3. Cloud Atlas
4. The Master
5. Holy Motors

BEST CINEMATIC MOMENT
1. Looper: Paul Dano’s session with the doctor.
2. Django Unchained: Calvin Candie’s lecture on Phrenology
3. The Cabin in the Woods: The Monsters Out Of Their Cages: And somewhere Joe Dante laughs his ass off.
4. Moonrise Kingdom: The runaways discovered (from Bill Murray’s perfectly timed charge to “That was the best pitched camp I’ve ever seen”)
5. Killer Joe: The Final Scene, with particular interest paid to the expression on Matthew McConaughey’s face in the final shot.
6. The Grey: Final scene.
7. Cloud Atlas’s delirious opening ten minutes ("They spit them out like Cherry Stones!")
8. Holy Motors: The Accordion Orchestra.
9/10 TIE: Skyfall: Silva’s introductory shot and monologue “The Rats don’t eat the cocoanut anymore…” And Silva’s injury reveal in MI 6 (“Do you know what cyanide does?”)

BEST CINEMATIC BREAKTHROUGH
1. Joss Whedon 
2. Matthew McConaughey
3. Gareth Evans
4. Leos Carax
5. Rian Johnson

BEST BODY OF WORK
1. Matthew McConaughey
2. Joss Whedon
3. Steven Soderbergh 
4. Masanobu Takayagani
5. Joseph Gordon-Levitt

BEST ENSEMBLE
1. Cloud Atlas
2. The Avengers
3. The Cabin in the Woods
4. Killer Joe
5. Django Unchained

BEST FILM OF 2002
1. Gangs af New York
2. Movern Callar
3. City of God
4. Adaptation
5. Frailty

BEST FILM OF 1987
1. Evil Dead 2
2. Withnail and I
3. Broadcast News
4. Raising Arizona
5. Full Metal Jacket

BEST FILM OF 1962
1. Ride the High Country
2. Jules and Jim
3. Lawrence of Arabia
4. Carnival of Souls
5. The Exterminating Angel

BEST FILM OF THE 70’s
1. Taxi Driver
2. The Godfather Part II
3. Days of Heaven
4. Aguirre, The Wrath of God
5. Chinatown
6. The Texas Chainsaw Massacre
7. The Conversation
8. The Exorcist
9. McCabe and Mrs. Miller
10. Day for Night

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