The opening line is translated as "it obtained the following prizes, in the TABLOID WITCH AWARDS"
"Death Knows your Name" obtuvo los siguientes premios, en el TABLOID WITCH AWARDS
* Best Horror Feature Film A Lovecraftian sense of inevitable doom permeates Daniel de la Vega's Death Knows Your Name (one hour, 29 minutes). This moody, murky supernatural film was shot in Argentina for only $15,000 (US dollars). It opens with a psychiatrist Bruce Taylor (Rodrigo Aragón) haunted by mysterious nightmares -- which are shared by a patient (Kevin Schiele). When Taylor unearths a skeleton buried in an abandoned wing of the asylum, a plague is unleashed and the mystery deepens.
* Best Supporting Actor .... Kevin Schiele Nor does any supporting actor come close to Kevin Schiele's performance as the possessed and insane patient in Death Knows Your Name. His screen presence is powerful, riveting, and compelling. We watch even when we want to turn away. He wins Best Supporting Actor with ease.
* Best Sound Jimmy Crispin (aka Juan Pablo Olguin) mixes layers of ghostly whispers and ominous music to create an eerie atmosphere of impending doom, earning him Best Sound for Death Knows Your Name .
* Best Make-Up Effects No photo can convey the visceral shock you'll feel upon seeing that thing emerge from Melissa (Veronica Mari)'s womb in Death Knows Your Name. And it was all done without CGI. Simon Ratziel earned his Best Make-Up Effects win.