Like a ripped, shirtless teen transforming into a vampire after a bite, the movie industry has been transformed into something awful by Twilight. Everything's gone Twilight, from Highlander to dragons for chrissake, and it seems like the new genre of emotional teen vampire movies keeps swooping along. The latest victim is Abigail Breslin (Zombieland), who stars in director Hilary Brougher's Innocence.

Beslin, who's going from one fad monster to the next, plays an "innocent" (the title) girl who discovers her prep school is home to vampires. So change the book author from Stephanie Meyer to Jane Mendelsohn, the setting from public school to private school, Twitchin' Stewart to Breslin and you've got the Wendy's to Twilight's McDonald's. Though Julianne Moore (The Kids Are All Right) is Breslin's co-star, and I doubt her character will be asking if you want to supersize your blood order. (ComingSoon)