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Twilight: An Obsession - Preview & competition

Twilight: An Obsession

Preview by Jack Foley

SINCE the release of Stephenie Meyer’s 2005 novel Twilight, the world read on in eager anticipation as Bella Swan fell in love with the enigmatic, 104 year-old vampire Edward Cullen.

Twilight: An Obsession, The Unauthorised Story is a behind-the-scenes expose on what is undoubtedly one of the world’s most celebrated phenomena since Harry Potter.

Get up close and personal with sultry vampire Robert Pattinson, his on and off screen flame – Kristen Stewart and, of course, werewolf, and teen-hottie, Taylor Lautner.

Extra features:

Teen Stars: A look at the rise of young stars like Dakota Fanning, one of the stars in New Moon and Eclipse, as well as Daniel Radcliffe, whose entry into films came at the tender age of 12.

True Blood: True Blood is HBO’s hit series. There are short comments from its stars Anna Paquin and Michael McMillian on the storylines, audience and continuing success.

Vampires: Ever since Bram Stoker’s classic Dracula, the Vampire obsession has exploded. From Nosferatu to Interview With The Vampire, the genre has spawned a plethora of reworks, images and ideas on how a vampire would fit into modern society, as is documented here.

Harry Potter: This extra shows a glimpse of JK Rowling, the actors from the films and the fans appreciation of the stories. It also highlights the fact that Harry Potter has so many parallels with the Twilight Saga in terms of the diehard fans, international recognition and phenomenal box office takings.

Win Twilight: An Obsession on DVD

To celebrate the release of Twilight: An Obsession on DVD on July 12, 2010, IndieLondon has teamed up with 4Digital Media to offer readers the chance to win 1 of 5 copies of the DVD. Simply answer the following question…

Q. How old is the vampire, Edward Cullen in Twilight?

Simply send the answer to Twilight Obsession competition and include your name, address, telephone number and email

Twilight: An Obsession will be released on DVD (£9.99) by 4Digital Media on July 12, 2010.