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Our beloved Twilight? Porn? Nonsense! So, Stephen King isn't keeping Twilight and Hunger Games series on his shelves, because he finds them to be “twee… Read more…

9 comments to “Stephen King Calls Twilight Tweenage Porn?!”

  1. issa says – reply to this


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    the King has spoken.

  2. ManupOrThrowupGrowup says – reply to this


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    I'd watch 18-25 year old tweenage porn ANYDAY over twilight and I'd watch twilight any day over mommy porn.

  3. kelly1992 says – reply to this


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    Interesting considering a quote from his review of Hunger Games is featured on the cover jackets…



  4. 4

    Regardless of the fact that this story is about as old as the Taj Mahal, he does have a point. A completely accurate one even.



  5. 5

    I'm not sure Hunger Games belongs in this category…while its nothing earth shattering writing wise, there's nothing sexually driven about it. But yeah, he's dead right about the other two.



  6. 6

    He's absolutely right! And Twilight is the most poorly written crap out there, that's probably what he objects to as well.



  7. 7

    I mean, he's said this stuff before. The Hunger Games one is strange to me, though, because he's got a quote praising it on the cover, and it really isn't about the love story part so it doesn't fit well in that category.
    But everything else is totally true.

  8. MichJB says – reply to this


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    Twilight can't be considered porn - porn usually has a plot, acting and even a reason to watch it again.



  9. 9

    He's right about their merits, but dead wrong about who's buying these feces. "Twilight" was mostly a middle-school phenomenon, and the adult females who read "Shades" and "Twilight" are older than 26 by far, but aren't normally the audience for any books whatsoever. I think the term– in elementary education at least– is "reluctant readers." So no worries for any author trying to sell anything with plot, believable characters, and complicated exposition. No worries, of course, except for the dumbing down of the feces readers.