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The 2014 Monster Entertainment Awards- You Vote!!!

Posted: April 10, 2014 in Awards
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Here is your chance to let your voices be heard as you vote in each and every category that is provided that covers music, movies, and other fun categories. You will have from now until May 1ST to decide who wins. Choose wisely and have fun with it and spread the word. You may also want to remember that we are celebrating all the best of 2013 with the Monster Entertainment Awards.

The 3RD Annual Monster Awards Nominations

Posted: January 3, 2014 in Awards
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The 3RD Annual Monster Awards is back and we are ready to crown the best of 2013. As always, the awards are decided based on the participation of everyone which means it is up to you to crown the winners of each category. I’ve decided to get rid of some categories, but I have also added some brand new categories to the list. The category I have gotten rid of is the sports category because we don’t cover sports here, but we have kept one category and that is Wrestler Of The Year because it is sports entertainment after all. So, here are the categories and the nominees.

Music Categories:

Album Of The Year:

1. The 20/20 Experience by Justin Timberlake

2. Stars Dance by Selena Gomez

3. Artpop by Lady Gaga

4. Random Access Memories by Daft Punk

5. Modern Vampires Of The City by Vampire Weekend

6. …Like Clockwork by Queens Of The Stone Age

Rap Album Of The Year

1. I’m A Human Being II by Lil Wayne

2. Wolf by Tyler, The Creator

3. Hotel California by Tyga

4. Yeezus by Kayne West

5. Magna Carter Holy Grail by Jay-Z

6. The Marshall Mathers LP 2 by Eminem

Rock Album Of The Year

1. Wretched And Divine by Black Veil Brides

2. Notes From The Underground by Hollywood Undead

3. Earth Rocker by Clutch

4. House Of Gold & Bones Part 2 by Stone Sour

5. Outlaw Gentlemen & Shady Ladies by Volbeat

6. Venomous Rat Regeneration Vendor by Rob Zombie

Metal Album Of The Year

1. Aftershock by Motorhead

2. Disarm The Descent by Killswitch Engage

3. Infestissumam by Ghost

4. Hail To The King by Avenged Sevenfold

5. Super Collider by Megadeth

6. 13 by Black Sabbath

Tour Of The Year

1. Mayhem fest 2013

2. Black Sabbath

3. Bon Jovi

4. Fleetwood Mac

5. Kid Rock

Movie Category:

Movie Of The Year

1. Prisoners

2. Captain Phillips

3. American Hustle

4. Gangster Squad

5. The Hobbit 2

6. The Wolf Of Wall Street

Horror Film Of The Year

1. Carrie

2. You’re Next

3. Evil Dead

4. The Conjuring

5. Insidious: Chapter 2

6. Texas Chainsaw 3D

Comedy Of The Year

1. This Is The End

2. The World’s End

3. Anchorman 2

4. The Heat

5. We’re The Millers

6. A Haunted House

Badass Movie Of The Year

1. Machete Kills

2. Homefront

3. Fast & Furious 6

4. Pacific Rim

5. Escape

6. The Grandmaster

Remake Of The Year

1. Maniac

2. Evil Dead

3. Oldboy

4. Lone Ranger

5. The Great Gatsby

Superhero Movie Of The Year

1. Man Of Steel

2. The Wolverine

3. Thor: The Dark World

4. Iron Man 3

5. Kick Ass 2

Animated Films Of The Year

1. Cloudy With A Chance Of Meatballs 2

2. Planes

3. Frozen

4. Despicable Me 2

5. Monsters University

6. Turbo

Misc Categories 

Wrestler Of The Year

1. Daniel Bryan

2. Golddust

3. CM Punk

4. AJ Styles

5. Bobby Roode

6. Randy Orton

Twitter/#FriskyFriday Model Of The Year

1. Ashley Alexiss

2. Elle Johnson

3. Ashley Heinrichs

4. Chelsie Farah

5. Taryn Maria

6. Audrey Allen

Babe Of The Year

1. Scarlett Johansson

2. Amy Adams

3. Jennifer Lawrence

4. Mila Kunis

5. Teresa Palmer

6. Kate Upton

mtvWho knew that MTV could still have a music video award show after all these years.Whatever happened to having someone funny actually host the award show like they used to with Chris Rock? Anyways, it was considered a big deal for MTV considering the award show was coming back to New York, well it came to Brooklyn. Hence, every time a commercial came on for it, you heard The Beastie Boys hit No Sleep Till Brooklyn. In typical fashion, the biggest name in music opens the award show with a spectacular performance and that is exactly what Lady Gaga did hen she performed her brand new song Applause. With all the wardrobe changes during the actual performance, her last outfit impressed me. With a sea shell themed bikini, Lady Gaga revealed that she had an amazing body within all the crazy outfits.

vmaMiley Cyrus was the next performer in what was an oversexed performance in my opinion. It blatantly trashy and not very original in my opinion. She came out of a giant teddy bear only to reveal her one piece bikini that was a teddy bear. Her dance moves in my opinion was an insult to Hip Hop. It wasn’t until Robin Thicke came on stage that it got a little better, but all the grinding that Miley did was just a little too much. Later on Iggy Asalea and Lil Kim came out and Lil Kim looked pretty good as they presented the award for Best Hip Hop Video. Kevin Hart was hilarious as he came out to make sure people knew he wasn’t a host. Even he noticed that Lady Gaga looked good and even commented on Miley Cyrus, “Miley better get a pregnancy test after all that grindin.”

justinKayne West was the next performance of the night which started off being intimate, but after the intro you could only see his shadow until he revealed himself on stage at the end. Nothing would matter because Justin Timberlake had the performance of the decade. Justin started his 13 plus minute performance with a pre-recorded video of him singing throughout the Barclays Center until he was revealed on stage playing every hit that he had. If you thought that was amazing, he would re-unite with Nsync onstage for a mini performance of Bye Bye Bye. After his performance was finally done, he was presented with the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard award which he rightfully deserved. The rest of the night saw performances from Drake, Bruno Mars, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis with Katy Perry closing out the show with her performance of Roar at the Brooklyn Bridge.

Award Winners:

Best pop Video: Come & Get It by Selena Gomez

Best Rock Video: Up In The Air by 30 Seconds To Mars

Best Collaboration: Just Give Me A Reason by Pink Featuring Nate Reuss

Best Hip Hop Video: Can’t Hold Us by Macklemore and Ryan Lewis featuring Ray Dalton

Best Female Video: I Knew You Were Trouble by Taylor Swift

Best Video With A Social Message: Same Love by Macklemore & Ryan Lewis

Best Direction: Suit & Tie by Justin Timberlake Featuring Jay Z

Best Choreography: Treasure by Bruno Mars

Best Visual Effects: Safe And Sound by Capital Cities

Best Art Direction: Q.U.E.E.N. by Janelle Monáe featuring Erykah Badu

Best Editing: Mirrors By Justin Timberlake

Best Cinematography: Can’t Hold Us by Macklemore and Ryan Lewis

Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Winner: Justin Timberlake

Best Song Of The Summer: Best Song Ever by One Direction

Artists To Watch: What About Love by Austin Mahone

Best Male Video: Locked Out Of Heaven by Bruno Mars

Video Of The Year: Mirrors by Justin Timberlake

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Everyone always watches any of the MTV award shows for the opening sequences because those are the make or break sequences that will tell you how the night will be. So, Rebel Wilson was named the host of the 2013 MTV Movie Awards and I had high hopes because she actually is funny. The opening sequence which featured James Franco travelling to Australia to tell Rebel that she was chosen started the night off on the right foot. She was presented with the Iron Mangina suit and she flew to the awards where she performed with her Pitch Perfect cast in an amazing performance. Right when Rebel picked up the mic to talk to everyone, it suddenly became awkward where people were not laughing at her jokes right away and it was painful. Melissa McCarthy was the first presenter and her jokes were awful and that was an extremely awkward moment as well.

aa2As the show went on, the presenters were better as Rebel was still trying to figure out what she had to do to get a laugh. She eventually started to roll with her best bit which was the parodies of Les Miserable, Life Of Pi, and Magic Mike. Will Ferrell’s acceptance speech was priceless as he deservedly won the Comedic Genius award. The very beautiful Aubrey Plaza had her moment with Will Ferrell when she tried to take his award and she randomly sat back down. Rebel was a victim of another awkward moment when she won the Breakthrough performer award and the timing with Zac Efron, Seth Rogen, and Danny McBride just went terribly wrong. Selena Gomez had one of the best performances of the night in her sexy Indian outfit. The best announcement came at the end of the night when the director of The Avengers announced that Avengers 2 will come out in 2015 Overall, I am going to give the night a C+ because of all the awkward silent, missed joke moments of the night and there were many.

The Winners:

Best Male Performance: Bradley Cooper (Silver Linings Playbook)

Best Kiss: Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence (Silver Lining Playbook)

Summers Biggest Teen Badass: Chloë Grace Moretz (Kick Ass 2)

MTV Trailblazer Award: Emma Watson

Comedic Genius Award: Will Ferrell

MTV Generation Award: Jamie Foxx

Best Fight: Robert Downey, Jr., Chris Evans, Mark Ruffalo, Chris Hemsworth, Scarlett Johansson and Jeremy Renner vs. Tom Hiddleston, the Chitauri, and a nuclear missile (The Avengers)

Best WTF Moment: Candieland Gets Smoked, Samuel L. Jackson and Jamie Foxx (Django Unchained)

MTV Breakthrough Performance: Rebel Wilson (Pitch Perfect)

MTV Best Shirtless Performance: Taylor Lautner (Twilight: Breaking Dawn)

Best Villain: Tom Hiddelston (The Avengers)

Best Hero Performance: Martin Freeman (The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey)

Best Musical Moment: Anna Kendrick, Rebel Wilson, Anna Camp, Brittany Snow, Alexis Knapp, Ester Dean, and Hana Mae Lee (Pitch Perfect)

Movie Of The Year: Marvel’s The Avengers

courtesy of MTV