I was the only guy in the packed movie theater. While there were plenty of teenagers, most of the audience was middle-aged women who were, as best I could tell, hungry for some raw teenage boy meat.
Unlike that Other Vampire Series, Vampire Academy goes to some very dark places: death, sex, depression, and drug use, to name a few.
I don't think it would hurt anyone if we all worked a little harder to put material into this world that shows teens the best versions of themselves, the brightest versions.
This year, teens are instead flocking to movie theaters to watch Twilight movies, featuring some of the palest heart-throbs ever.
All these women who are fanatical for the Twilight series would probably beg for their mommy if an actual vampire ever appeared in her bedroom at 3am on a moonlit night.
It's true. I saw Eclipse on opening night. I clearly enjoyed myself--well, duh--though I maintain that any movie that makes the entire audience laugh ...
The all-important July 4th holiday has delayed this week's Top 5 Comedy Videos post. But now that that's over, we can get down to business.
I have been sucked into touting the brand of Lolita-banging pubescent porn spoon-fed to me by the youth-obsessed American media. I'm just a little afraid of the lack of age-appropriate boundaries.
To the surprise of no one with a pulse, Eclipse dominated the July 4th holiday weekend, as the third installment of the popular teen-lit romantic soap opera series (Moody With a Chance of Vampires)
As a writer and an intern with Folio Literary Agency, I see way too many manuscripts with rip-off vampire-esque tales. Can we, as a human race, please obsess about something else?
If you drop the whole supernatural thing for a moment, however, Eclipse is just another teen-age soap opera about the love triangle between Bella, Edward and Jacob.
Forget every other delusive sports comparison you may have heard: Elena Kagan's Senate confirmation hearings are an impeccable doppelganger to soccer's main event.
In the Twilight movies, there's an abundance of severed heads but no sex. Meanwhile, at the World Cup, the only scoring comes after the matches.
Why are women everywhere lusting over Hollywood's latest bloodsucker? Vampires have a stunning appeal to our most basic instincts.
For Twilight devotees, today is an exciting day: the third installment of the series hits the big screen, drawing us right back into the drama unfoldi...