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The Lost Boys 1-3 [DVD]
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Triple bill of the vampire horror film series. In 'The Lost Boys' (1987), two brothers move to a new town and soon fall in with the wrong crowd - a gang of punks who also happen to be blood-swilling vampires. The older brother (Jason Patric) proves easy prey and is soon a fully paid-up member of the undead. But the younger brother (Corey Haim) is made of tougher stuff and, along with a couple of friends, decides to make a stand. Pretty soon the suburbs start swinging to the sound of teen vampire combat. In 'The Lost Boys - The Tribe' (2008), a young girl named Nicole (Autumn Reeser) falls in with a pack of vampire surfers after moving to California with her brother Chris (Tad Hilgenbrink). Seduced by the leader of the gang, Autumn soon realises that there are forces in nature that could destroy everything she has ever cared for. 'The Lost Boys - The Thirst' (2010), sees Corey Feldman reprise his role as Edgar Frog, a down and out vampire hunter who is asked by writer Gwen Lieber (Tanit Phoenix) to rescue her son from a newborn army. Gwen offers to pay Edgar a substantial fee for his services and he agrees to take on the dangerous mission. Realising the risks involved, Edgar asks his brother, Alan (Jamison Newlander), to assist him.
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The sequels are a pretty desperate affair not like the first just buy the Original and be done.
And the LoST BoyS is in my top ten favourite films i expected more from a sequel.