Mediocre Film encapsulates graphic novel zeitgiest

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BLOOD AND CHOCOLATE, a werewolf film, got panned by the critics, but it did contain one piece of dialog that we might just quote:

Maybe she’s impressed by what Aiden does for a living. “I write graphic novels.” “You mean comic books.” “Noooo. Graphic novels.”

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  1. Please don’t call this movie “mediocre.” It’s freaking terrible is what it is.

    As for the graphic novel content, we never see much of the character’s work beyond a few sketches and the cover of a book called “Lady Of The Lake.” Both kind of look like a combination of Charles Vess and Berni Wrightson, if they teamed up on a bad day.

  2. How come they named a terrible werewolf movie after Elvis Costello’s last great album? What’s the connection?

  3. Hi there. I am going to check it, since I saw a comment in another site regarding “Mediocre Film encapsulates graphic novel zeitgiest”. Someone related to blood and chocolate the movie. Thanks anyway.

  4. The movie was loosely based on the book Blood & Chocolate by Annette Curtis Klause. It explains the plot between Gabrial and Vivian, between Vivian and Aiden, and the whole dynamics of the pack. It also explains how the name of Blood and Chocolate ties into the story. I would suggest it as a decent read of the YA variety.

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