Monday, March 4, 2019

Let's get Stan Against Evil a Rondo award!

If you've been paying attention, you already know one of my favorite shows of the last few years is IFC's Stan Against Evil. It's third season proved to be the best yet, but it was also the last. Not long after the final episode aired IFC decided to drop Stan Against Evil from its lineup. It was disappointing, but not a huge surprise ... anybody that can cancel Garfunkel and Oates is a heartless monster and capable of anything.

One of the episodes from Stan Against Evil's third season has been nominated for "Best TV Presentation" by this year's Rondo Hatton Classic Horror Awards. I hadn't planned on doing any campaigning this year (The Collinsport Historical Society is also nominated for "Best Website") but there's interest among Stan Against Evil fans in getting the show a Rondo. It's not a substitute for a fourth season, but might make for a nice consolation prize for the show's creators.

There's some stiff competition this year. Also nominated are shows like The Chilling Adventures of SabrinaThe Haunting of Hill House and Castle Rock ... but if we pull together we can collect the votes needed to get Stan Against Evil that Rondo it deserves. The episode nominated is "Larva My Life," a kaiju parody that inspired me to create an obscene amount of tribute art/vandalism last year. (You can see some of it HERE.) If you missed the show, all three seasons are now streaming on Hulu.

If you want to cast a ballot, here's how:

As usual, this year's winners will be determined by votes from the public. And that means you. You can copy and paste the ballot and include an X next to your choices, or just type your ballot choices directly into the e-mail. Readers are asked to select winners from this year's nominees and e-mail your selections to David Colton at You can find the entire ballot at

Note: "Best TV Presentation" is #3 on the ballot. While you're at it, please consider voting for Dana Gould for #29, "Monster Kid Hall of the Year." This is a write-in category.

All voting is by e-mail only. One vote is allowed per person. Every e-mail must include your name to be counted. All votes are kept confidential. No e-mail addresses or personal information will be shared. Votes must be received by April 20, 2019.

Below is an episode of Pod Against Evil featuring an interview with Dana Gould.

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