While we go through and transcribe the interviews from tonight’s event, and dig through for some cool photos, beyond the break you’ll find a full list of who won each award at the Spike 2009 Scream Awards, along with the presenters. The show was taped at the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles, CA and will premiere on Spike TV on Tuesday, October 27 (10:00 PM-Midnight, ET/PT). Check back in a few hours for red carpet photos.
Most Anticipated Fantasy Film
Alice in Wonderland — Presenter: Jessica Alba. Accepting: Johnny Depp
Best Sci-Fi Actress
Megan Fox — Transformers 2 — Presenter: Justin Long. Accepting: Megan Fox
Break-out Performance Female
Isabelle Lucas — Transformers 2 — Presenter: John C. Reilly. Accepting Isabelle Lucas.
Alexander Skarsgård — “True Blood” — Presenter: Kate Bosworth. Accepting: Alexander Skarsgård.
Break-out Performance Male
Taylor Lautner – Twilight — Presenter: Christina Ricci. Accepting: Taylor Lautner.
Best Comic Book Writer
Jeff Jones — Presenters: Eliza Dushku and Dave Navarro. Accepting: Jeff Jones.
Best Comic Book Movie
Watchmen — Presenters: Eliza Dushku and Dave Navarro. Accepting: Jackie Earle Haley.
Rock Immortal Award
Keith Richards — Presenter: Johnny Depp. Accepting Keith Richards.
Best Horror Movie
Drag Me to Hell — Presenter: Jennifer Carpenter. Accepting: Sam Raimi and principal cast minus Allison Lohman.
Best Horror Actor Male
Stephen Moyer – “True Blood” — Presenter: Liv Tyler. Accepting: Stephen Moyer.
Best Horror Actor Female
Anna Paquin – “True Blood” — Presenter: Jackie Earle Haley. Accepting: Anna Paquin
Scream Mastermind Lifetime Achievement Award
George A. Romero — Presenter: Quentin Tarantino. Accepting: George A. Romero
JJ Abrams – Star Trek — Presenter: Harrison Ford. Accepting: JJ Abrams
Best TV Show
“True Blood” — Presenter: Cast of “Vampire Diaries”.
Best Fantasy Movie
Twilight — Presenter: Elijah Wood. Accepting: Taylor Lautner
Comic-Con Icon Lifetime Achievement Award
Stan Lee — Presenter: Tobey Maguire. Accepting: Stan Lee
Star Trek — Presenter: Morgan Freeman. Accepting: William Shatner
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