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New films on home video this week include “All Is Lost,” “Austenland,” “Ender’s Game” and many more.
Fascination with the undead and fear of the supernatural have filtered through the mists of time, and the vampire has become the star of a dark and bloody show still playing in the 21st century.
Stephenie Meyer's "The Host" doesn't have much in common with her Twilight series, except maybe the potential for a franchise.
Associated Press journalists open their notebooks at the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah:
Stephenie Meyer knows all about obsessive fans. So it makes sense that the "Twilight" author should produce a movie about a woman who takes another writer's work a little too much to heart.
The Hollywood Reporter's list of its 10 best stories of the week:
I couldn't count how many characters had their heads ripped, kicked, punched, chopped or eaten off in "Twilight: Breaking Dawn – Part 2," but the sheer volume of gleefully horrific decapitations in the movie must be meant to signal something: Everyone involved with this film – from the dutiful filmmakers to the rabid fans to Stephenie Meyer, the author of the immensely successful young-adult books on which the movie is based – clearly has lost their minds.
Finally _ finally! _ the "Twilight" franchise embraces its own innate absurdity with the gleefully over-the-top conclusion, "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn _ Part 2."
Lola De La Cruz cried when she met author E L James. The 29-year-old fan had waited since 4 a.m. to accomplish the No. 1 thing on her Comic-Con to-do list _ meet the writer of "Fifty Shades of Grey" _ and 12 hours later, she got her chance.