Friday, July 9, 2010

If there was any doubt before...

Twilight has hit the big time. It's getting it's own feature film parody.

Vampires Suck



Thanks to the fabulous Carey Corp for sending this my way.

9 comments:

Emilia Plater said...

Hahaha! When I first watched this, I thought there was no way it was real... but the special effects were way too professional for a Youtube parody. Can't wait ;)

Shelley Watters said...

Oh my gosh that was hilarious. Thanks for sharing!! I love when the wolfpack start dancing to "It's raining men" and when Jacob says he has to take his shirt off for every 10 minutes of screentime! LOL!!!!

Thanks for sharing!

Jan von Harz said...

OMG how funny is that. I totally loved it and am still laughing. Thanks

Girlinbetween said...

I've lost count of how many times I've watched this trailer.

Its just gets funnier.

Nicola Marsh said...

How funny is this?
Hilarious!!!

Sharon K. Mayhew said...

Thank you for making my day! That was so much fun and I can't wait until August 18th...

Russo said...

This post made me smile~ Thank for posting it. Love your blog BTW.

Twiiinty said...

First thought...awful. After 30 seconds in...yeah. I might see it. lol.

Victoria Dixon said...

That's too rich. Thanks for sharing. Loved the powder puff moment.

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