Elizabeth Reaser in 'The Haunting of Hill House'

If you're still in the Halloween mood, or just like to be scared, check out Elizabeth Reaser (Esme in the twilight films) in the series The Haunting of Hill House.

Flashing between past and present, a fractured family confronts haunting memories of their old home and the terrifying events that drove them from it.
The series is now streaming exclusively onNetflix. View the trailer here, and check out to subscribe.

Header image by Netflix via HorrorNewsNetwork. Synopsis via Netflix.

The Daily Beast Interviews Catherine Hardwicke

10 years after twilight, director Catherine Hardwicke opens up to The Daily Beast on new details on the film, some we've never known before.
Ten years ago, the Twilight film franchise was an unknown quantity. In fact, Catherine Hardwicke, the director of the first Twilight, was surrounded by film executives who all but expected the vampire flick to fail.
“Nobody thought this is a big, blockbuster franchise,” Hardwicke tells the Daily Beast. “There were very low expectations for Twilight, because every other studio had turned it down. They said, OK, Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants was a very popular book for girls, and it made $39 million. That’s it. We don’t know if this could ever make us any more than that, so we don’t really want to spend more than that. The expectations were low literally up to opening weekend.”
“Why do you think I got the job?” she laughs now. “Why do you think they hired a female director? If they thought it was going to be a big blockbuster, they wouldn’t h…

It's Twilight Month, and our birthday!!!!

One of the casts' earliest magazine photo spread!

This is a historic month in our fandom! 10 years ago, the pop-culture phenomenon known as the twilight sagabegan with a little-known indie film called twilight.

And then all hell broke loose.
The actors became stars. The books flew off shelves. The movies hit the box office worldwide.
and this little-known (still is) blog was born (p/s check out my very first post here!)
I know that the fandom isn't exactly as alive as it was years ago, but I'm always so happy to see the posts still gets views (either by accident, random viewers, or people do actually click on the links!!). I have to apologise for this blog not being so alive as it was back then, and I try to update as frequent as possible. 
For the ones who have stuck around with this blog for the longest time, thank you. For fellow friends and Twilighters in the fandom, the love is still there. If you're a fellow Malaysian, and still check out this blog even once, the…

Kristen Stewart and Chloe Sevigny in 'Lizzie'

Check out the trailer for the upcoming film Lizzie, featuring Kristen Stewart and Chloe Sevigny, based on a true story.

via RoadsideFlix

'The Twilight Saga' Listed in PBS' 100 Great American Read

PBS compiled a list of the top 100 most-loved books in America, and The Twilight Saga is in the list.

Our favourite book saga is in good company, with the list including classic reads such as Pride and Prejudice, 1984, The Catcher in the Rye, and To Kill a Mockingbird. The list even include modern books like The Hunger Games, The Book Thief, The Alchemist, as well as former-Twilight-fanfic-turned-bestselling-series Fifty Shades of Grey!

Check out the book profile here, and full list here.

Header via PBS.

Kellan Lutz in 'Guardians of the Tomb'

Kellan Lutz (Emmett in Twilight) has a new horror film out this month in local cinemas. Titled 'Guardians of the Tomb', it's a co-production between China and Australia, and stars Lutz alongside Kelsey Grammer, Li BingBing, and Wu Chun.

Check out the trailer above. Heads up, if you have arachnophobia (a fear of spiders), you might want to avoid the trailer. If you're one of the brave, check out showtimes on Cinema Online.

via Youtube

Mackenzie Foy in 'The Nutcracker and the Four Realms'

Mackenzie Foy (Renesmee in the Twilight saga) is all grown-up now, and is starring in the upcoming Disney fantasy film, 'The Nutcracker and the Four Realms'. Check out the movie trailer above.

The film also stars Keira Knightley, Morgan Freeman, and Helen Mirren. A film for the whole family, it will be released at the end of 2018

via DisneyMovieTrailers.