Twilight in Forks: The Saga of the Real Town

Twilight in Forks: The Saga of the Real Town

Twilight in Forks is the definitive DVD documenting the town of Forks made famous by the Twilight books and movies. Are there truly vampires and werewolves there? Hear from the real people living their lives in the town fans know and love, including the Chief of Police, the Forks Outfitters' employee who gets mistaken for Bella, and the vampire transplant who plays the real-life role of Alice. Visit Forks High School, hear self-described Jacob's grandfather tell the legend of how the Quileutes descended from wolves, and see may more of the people and places that make Forks and La Push the perfect setting for the Twilight Saga.

A look at how the quiet Northwestern town of Forks, Washington became a tourist hotspot for fans of the "_Twilight_" books and films. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Twilight in Forks: The Saga of the Real Town torrent reviews

Adam J (kr) wrote: Probably the first movie that I have seen that made me question a sense of science. Nothing was spectacular except for the concept itself. I would strongly recommend this movie to anyone who is willing to keep an open mind.

Coley G (de) wrote: Don't let small children watch this movie! Nudity, language...Sucky acting

Christopher V (it) wrote: See it for the action and the realization that these types really do exists and we should be dam thankful for what they do.

Carl N (fr) wrote: I was very intrigued to see what Cameron Romero could do with a horror film. I know I should judge him on his own merit and not that of his fathers. But it's hard to get away from the fact that the Romero name has been pushed big time in the promoting of this film. The DVD box cover has ROMERO in bigger font than the name of the film itself. Smaller still is the name Cameron. But away from all that is Staunton Hill any good? Well I must say that I was very disappointed with it. Nothing remotely new or innovative about it. Just your average clich psycho backwoods hillbilly murderers on a rampage horror. Which normally wouldn't bother me too much but nothing happens? Seriously its just 80 plus minutes of mindless yapping and endless bad acting. One scene of truly horrific gore does not make a film. I also felt a little offended that Romero felt the need to explain the whole plot at the end. The plot was so flipping apparent in the first place. I really didn't see the point of going over the whole thing in flashback form. Please give the viewer some credit. Even though this film is awful. There are some genuine signs of Romero's filming talent; it is a film that is wonderfully shot. So fingers crossed for a better offering from him next time.

John R (us) wrote: Wind Chill a good idea for a movie for a spooky tale and a chilling tale .Emily Blunt and Ashton Holmes did a excellent job on this film. P.S this will give you the chills.

Jessica H (fr) wrote: A little cheeseball, but within the gimmicks are a few good moments.

Shellie R (de) wrote: It gives a whole new insight to all the things a fireman goes through and does! It was emotional and awesome!

Michael W (mx) wrote: Somewhat forgotten film has Professor and assistant being terrorized by primates at a remote house used for research. Film never explores the reasons for Link's violent behaviour but Elizabeth Shue is nice to have around regardless.

Bruce B (kr) wrote: good movie. tense and exciting

Brandon C (jp) wrote: If you are a fan of the Resident Evil games, you will enjoy this movie a lot. If you love Claire Redfield, you are going to love this movie since she becomes a baddass heroine in this movie and starts to show she is a lot more than we first thought she was. And this movie has a great cast of characters to play the parts. Just a great movie and one you must try to find on DVD somewhere.

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