I was at a cocktail party last night and I had a conversation with someone who had never seen the new Twilight movie before, and I asked her if she thought she’d ever be able to watch it again.
She replied that she’d watched it four times when she was a child, and she would absolutely love to watch the new movie again.
I asked what she thought about the way the Twilight series was presented.
“It’s very good,” she said.
“You can tell it’s from a young age, but it’s very mature and realistic.
I think that’s what the audience wants, that it’s a mature series that’s not just a children’s show.
I like the way they present it and the way it was done.
I’m a big fan of The Twilight Zone.”
I am the author of the novel Twilight Zone: The Movie (New York: Simon & Schuster, 2007).