Topic: Stephenie meyer

Rating The Top Moments In Breaking Dawn, Part 1 By The Audience’s Screams And Cheers

Rating The Top Moments In Breaking Dawn, Part 1 By The Audience's Screams And Cheers

Last night/this morning at midnight, I joined Twilight fans in taking in the second-to-last movie, Breaking Dawn, Part 1. It’s the only book of the four that I’ve actually read, so I was armed with remembering all the details that we then saw dramatized. Overall, it was about as fun as any other Twilight experience: The dialogue was hilariously bad, the action was a bit bloodier (a plus), and the audience shrieked and whooped with the kind of passion that’s usually restrained just to straight horror movies.

I knew that the only way to properly judge the variously funny and shocking moments in Breaking Dawn was to break them down (there’s a pun in there, but I’m too exhausted) into what most affected people and what was merely cheesy. More »

Didn’t Get in to Pottermore Yet? Check Out Twimore!

Didn't Get in to Pottermore Yet? Check Out Twimore!

Last week, J.K. Rowling‘s Pottermore allowed 1 million lucky users access to the site, where they would use their Harry Potter knowledge to solve clues and locate quills. Their prize? Uncovering 18,000 words’ worth of new content about the wizarding world (Quidditch rules, etc.) and the bragging rights that you got there first. We didn’t get an invite, but that’s OK, because we’ve discovered something even better: Twimore, the ultimate Twilight fan destination. More »

11 Comic Books That Shouldn’t Exist, But Do Anyway

11 Comic Books That Shouldn't Exist, But Do Anyway

Did you know that Stephenie Meyer has a comic book? Because she does. And it’s not a Twilight comic book; it’s a comic book that actually features Meyer as its main character. Why? I HAVE NO IDEA. As a matter of fact, I have no idea why ANY of these 11 comic books exist, but no matter how hard I try to believe that they don’t, they persist in being real, actual comic books that you can actually purchase and and actually read. Do they wig you guys out as much as they do me? Read on and let us know! More »