Next Movie’s Male Twi-Hard reveals his favorite “Twilight” moments of 2011.
10. Beavis and Butt-Head Return as Twi-Hards, Kinda
My younger fandom of “Beavis and Butt-Head” rivals my current “Twilight” preoccupation. So, I was extremely excited for the show’s return to MTV with new episodes. And what subject does creator Mike Judge tackle with his first new episode in nearly 14 years? “Twilight.” My younger self just totally high-fived me. Sure,Beavis and Butt-Head think it “sucks,” but they think everything sucks. Their attempts at becoming werewolves to meet hot chicks is something I’ve pondered many times.
I’m going to admit something now that I didn’t admit in my column about “Abduction.” It’s a really bad movie, laughably bad, and Taylor Lautner’s performance may be the worst of any lead actor in a major motion picture this year. So, why I am including this in my list? As stupid as “Abduction” is, and despite its4% rating on Rotten Tomatoes’ Tomatometer, I can’t stop thinking about it, and I honestly can’t wait to see it on DVD. It sounds cliché, but it’s so bad it’s good. Just like George Clooney’s performance in “Return of the Killer Tomatoes!” It has definite cult appeal.
8. Creating a ‘Twilight’ Valentine’s Day
Like many men, I’m a Valentine’s Day hater, and that’s why I wasn’t excited when my editor suggested I write a column on how to create a “Twilight” Valentine’s Day. However, it ended up being one of the most fun “Confessions” columns to write, and I believe it was the first one that the official “Twilight” Facebook page reposted. Now, I’m actually looking forward to this Valentine’s Day. My girlfriend still won’t agree to jumping into a bathtub of ice before sleeping with me, so that I’ll know what it’s like to make sweet vampire love … but I’m still hopeful.
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Source: Next Movie