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The 'Twilight' Film You Won't Want to Watch

Okay, maybe I'm being a bit premature in my prediction that you won't want to watch this Twilight-related piece of "um, yeah, whatever" – but regardless I guarantee you'll be yawning roughly 30 seconds in. Bluewater Productions has decided to create a bio comic for Twilight's author called Twilight Unbound: The Stephenie Meyer Story. But not only will Meyer get her own comic, Bluewater has actually gone the extra step to turn this sucker into a motion comic!

Yes, a motion comic – complete with weird Dracula-inspired opening and creepy voiceover, as if to make it sound like Stephenie Meyer rose from the dead before penning The Twilight Saga instead of, ya know, growing up like a normal person and enjoying some fairly typical (and somewhat boring) years at school, winning awards while apparently sitting far away from her classmates for some odd reason. But there's spooky organ music…so beware! (Um, yeah, the scariest thing about this motion comic is learning the fact that Meyer didn't have a car until she was 20. Dun dun dun!)
Watch the motion comic below and let us know how long you lasted before either turning it off or bursting out in a fit of wild, spontaneous laughter.



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