Disney-Channel-poppet-turned-psycho-junkie-broad Lindsay Lohan has been getting so much attention lately thanks to a certain New York magazine pictorial, so what's a little bit more? Despite our best efforts to forget her work in last year's epic horror clunker I Know Who Killed Me, the prestigious Golden Rasberries--or Razzies--have seen fit to bestow a record-setting number of nominations on the flick.
The "film" has received a staggering total of nine nominations. Lohan herself has pulled off the impressive feat of being nominated twice for Worst Actress thanks to her double role. The twin performances have also earned her the distinction of being the only person to ever be singly nominated for Worst Screen Couple.
The serial killer pic has also gotten nods for Worst Picture, Worst Remake/Rip-Off and my personal favorite, Worst Excuse for a Horror Movie. Additionally, Chris Siverston was nominated for Worst Director, first-(and hopefully last-)time screenwriter Jeff Hammond for Worst Script, and Julia Ormond for Worst Supporting Actress.
There's a lesson to be learned here, folks. And it's that Lindsay Lohan should focus more on pictures that don't move.
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Thanks to everyone who made their voice heard in the "King of Horror" poll. Congrats to the legendary Vincent Price, who took an early lead and never lost it. Bruce Campbell also made a respectable showing in second place, and it's also interesting that Boris Karloff edged out long-time rival Bela Lugosi for fourth by a single vote. Check back tomorrow for a new poll.