Whether you’re part of the Twilight craze or not, it’s difficult to escape the world-wide phenomenon and not take notice of the names that brought the series to life. Such is the case of writer Stephenie Meyer, who after skyrocketing to fame due to the immense popularity of the series, is still very much a household name even when her projects don’t include bloodsuckers and naive 17-year-old girls. It’s not a stretch to assume that her previous repertoire was the basis for bringing her 2008 sci-fi novel The Host to the big screen earlier this year. Unlike her previous work, The Host is a mixture of science fiction and romance that essentially explores the idea of two separate identities in one body. While the narrative portrayal had its flaws, the subject-matter made the story gripping and entertaining. Hit the jump for my review of The Host on Blu-ray.