Every once in a while, a movie is released that is so well written, so well directed, so fundamentally GOOD that the film becomes more than just some scenes recorded on celluloid – they become the movies that remind us why we love movies in the first place.  Citizen Kane, The Wizard of Oz, The Godfather; these are just a few examples of movies that not only pleased generations of audiences but actually carved a place in American culture.  Now, in the 21st Century, where we have the technology to bring pretty much any aspect of our imagination to life, filmmakers are exploring ways to make the best movies possible and this movement is giving birth to a slew of films that will remain important throughout time.  Then, there’s Lionsgate who, for whatever reason, has decided to throw out any attempt at making a movie that matters and has now turned back to making more entries in a franchise that is…less than epic – The Twilight Saga.  That’s right. There are more of these movies on the way. (more…)

In the Twilight books, werewolves are regular inhabitants of Forks and La Push. But in real life, the wolves surrounding the town of Forks could be in serious danger.

This is an actual QUOTE from JSYK. Washington State apparently back in the 1800’s did what practically EVERY mid western state did. They moved into areas crawling with wolf packs and when they started attacking cattle, they put out large worthwhile rewards for wolf skins. Every hunter took up the bounty until the wolves were on the brink of extinction. (more…)