I can safely say i'll never watch Twilight. Used to think vampires were cool when I was pre-teen. But I can't take such films seriously these days. Interview with the Vampire was alright but still a bit over the top and drawn out but it was more likeable as it wasn't over the top violence like most vamp films are. Hey i'm all for ultra-violenece but I prefer asian extreme cinema for that, not wesley snipes action like a testosterone fuelled action man.
But love, vampires and high school romance are probably the 3 most loathsome scenarios for a film in my opinion. Whenever any form of love scene or words occur in films I immediately hurl abuse at the screen or fast forward the mushy sentimental BS.
The Paranormal Activity film I found hit and miss, the main male actor was a Grade A eejit, no two ways about it. The atmosphere of the night time scenes was built up well but the ending was predictable. I'm still dubious about the idea of ghosts.
I've read the idea of electro-magnetic disrturbances etc and the way our bodies generate a current, the theory of traumatic events etc leaving some form of disturbance in an affected area could be plausible but I can't say i've ever seen anything paranormal, other than the popularity for this Twilight Saga, which I loathe with a passion. All this idealisation of love in films, TV and books does my head in. Stay single kids