Author and outspoken pastor Mark Driscoll says he wants to make it clear that movies such as "Twilight," which opened this weekend, are something Christians should not treat as harmless entertainment and, in fact, have inspired some real-life demonic trends.

Subtitled in his blog, "A Father's Fright of Twilight," Driscoll states, "Twilight is for teenage girls what porn is to teenage boys: sick, twisted, evil, dangerous, deceptive, and popular."

"sick, twisted, evil, dangerous, deceptive, and popular" - Really, Mark, surely this is a prime example of the pot calling the kettle black. One thing is for certain, if I was the father of a teenage girl I would much rather she went to see a "Twilight" film than go any where near your brainwashing, life-denying organisation. Heck, if I was the father of a teenage boy I'd buy him an annual subscription to the porn site of his choice if he promised never to get involved in your nasty form of Christianity (if you can even call it that).