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Twilight Breaking Dawn Movie Causing Seizures

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Some people jus like to diss anything that is popular, don’t they? So when I heard rumors that the Twilight movies could be bad for your health I dismissed it as a joke. But apparently, two people in two different cinemas in two different states had seizures at the same scene in Twilight: Breaking Dawn Part 1.

According to several reports, the graphic birthing scene in the Twilight movie has caused some movie goers to suffer from seizures.

In Sacramento, a man told CBS13 that he began to have a seizure during Bella Swan’s birthing scene. Thankfully, his wife was with him at the time. She said he was “convulsing, snorting, trying to breathe.”

Now, I’ve heard of men fainting at births (real ones) but this seems crazy, doesn’t it? But allegedly, a man in Utah also had the same thing happen to him, according to ABC-4. He couldn’t remember anything of the seizure after he recovered, but he said he thinks he must have blacked out. He also was accompanied to the cinema by his wife and she reported him as shaking and mumbling different noises.”

Photosensitive epilepsy, which can be caused brought on by flashing lights, is thought to be the cause of the seizures in both reported cases.

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