Saturn Award for Best Horror Film

A Quiet Place

A Quiet Place

The Saturn Awards for Best Horror Film is an award presented to the best film in the horror genre by the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror Films.

It was introduced in 1973 for the 1972 film year. For the 2010, 2011 and 2012 film years, it was renamed Best Horror or Thriller Film (with the Best Action, Adventure or Thriller Film category becoming Best Action or Adventure Film). In 2013 the award came back to its original form, with a new Best Thriller Film award being created.

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2020/21 – The Invisible Man (£)
2018/19 – A Quiet Place (£)
2017 – Get Out (£)
2016 – Don’t Breathe (£)
2015 – Crimson Peak (£)
2014 – Dracula Untold (£)
2013 – The Conjuring (£)
2012 – The Cabin in the Woods (£)
2011 – The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (£)
2010 – Let Me In (£)
2009 – Drag Me To Hell (£)
2008 – Hellboy II: The Golden Army (£)
2007 – Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street (£)
2006 – The Descent (£)
2005 – The Exorcism of Emily Rose (£)
2004 – Shaun of the Dead (£)
2003 – 28 Days Later (£)
2002 – The Ring (£)
2001 – The Others (£)
2000 – Final Destination (£)
1999 – Sixth Sense (£)
1998 – Apt Pupil (£)
1997 – The Devils Advocate (£)
1996 – Scream (£)
1995 – From Dusk till Dawn (£)
1994 – Interview with the Vampire (£)
1993 – Army of Darkness (£)
1992 – Bram Stoker’s Dracula (£)
1991 – The Silence of the Lambs (£)
1989/90 – Arachnophobia (£)
1988 – Beetlejuice (£)
1987 – Lost Boys (£)
1986 – The Fly (£)
1985 – Fright Night (£)
1984 – Gremlins (£)
1983 – The Dead Zone (£)
1982 – Poltergeist (£)
1981 – An American Werewolf in London (£)
1980 – The Howling (£)
1979 – Dracula (£)
1978 – The Wicker Man (£)
1977 – The Little Girl Who Lives Down the Lane (£)
1976 – Burnt Offerings (£)
1974/75 – Young Frankenstein (£)
1973 – The Exorcist (£)
1972 – Blacula (£)