Ten years ago today, Stephenie Meyer’s “Twilight,” set in Forks, Washington, was unleashed on the world and became a pop culture phenomenon. Erin Chapman took a trip to Forks to unravel the saga’s affect on the town.
I remember sitting cross-legged in front of the TV when I was 5-years-old watching “Sesame Street” before afternoon kindergarden class. Looking back on it now, Count von Count was my first introduction to vampires.
Welcome to the third installment of “Monthly Digests”! What did you miss in October? Check out two of Vamped’s most ambitious articles; one on vampire facials, the other on “19th century” vampire killing kits. And more!
Is Lauren Adkins the ultimate “Twilight” fan? On January 26, 2013, she married a Robert Pattinson cardboard cut-out and now refers to herself as Lauren Adkins Cullen. However, you’ll find there’s much more to her story.
This story may’ve popped up in your Facebook newsfeed: a Las Vegas Twilight fan marries a cardboard cut-out of the film series’ star, Robert Pattinson. Is this a joke? I decided to do some digging. Here’s what I found.
How much longer do we have to keep comparing vampire novels to Stephenie Meyer’s “Twilight” saga? All joking aside, it is becoming tedious. . . . why [do] readers and reviewers [ask] . . . “Do your vampires sparkle?”