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Lost Boys - The Thirst [DVD] [2010]

3.4 out of 5 stars 38 customer reviews

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  • Actors: Corey Feldman, Tanit Phoenix
  • Directors: Dario Piana
  • Format: PAL, Subtitled
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: 18
  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: 18 Oct. 2010
  • Run Time: 78 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (38 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B003YC0YCK
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 36,007 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Second sequel to the 1987 vampire horror. Corey Feldman reprises 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.

Synopsis

As the lost boys and girls of San Cazador prepare to party under the Blood Moon, an alpha vampire conspires to turn these unsuspecting ravers into an army of undead. The only thing that stands between him and the annihilation of the entire human race is the infamous vampire fighting Frog Brothers. Armed with double-barrel holy water balloon launchers and multi-arrow crossbows, Edgar (Corey Feldman) and Alan Frog (Jamison Newlander) join forces to kick some blood-sucker butt in this latest high-energy, action packed adventure in the Lost Boys franchise. --This text refers to the Blu-ray edition.

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I was quite scared to watch the third Lost Boys as the previous one, The Tribe had been very much of a flop. I was frightened The Thirst would be just as bad. But I was very wrong. There's a lot of critics going on about how terrible this film is, but in my opinion it's absolutely fantastic. It rings true to the original with flashbacks and references regularly to the first one which I thought was great, and all the cheesey punch lines that everyone loved from the original. Honestly, if you loved the first one as much as I did, don't even bother reading critics write ups on this, you will beyond any doubt love this film.
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In an interview after The Tribe Feldman said he had taken the criticism on board, and as producer he would address all of it. well, it seems he actually DID.
Don't get me wrong, this is still a low budget terribly badly acted DVD movie, but this time they've done a lot of stuff right. It is much better than The Tribe, but it does have some vital ingredients missing causing it to end up being similar in style to John carpenters vampires.

Many people will be pleased to know that there's no "XTREAM" "with it" "youtube generation" surfing vampires. The vampires here are properly updated for today, but unfortunately you don't get to see much of them, even in THE TRIBE we had a chance to meet some of the gang and they came across as mildly threatening, in this movie they pretty much keep to themselves.

Most of the plot revolves around Edgar Frog, his warped childlike obsession with vampire hunting, it occasionally brushes up on the emotional losses of Edgar's friends and there is also a bit of time used to unravel the twisted mess The Tribe left the series in. While the storyline has much more substance than the predecessor it still leaves a lot to be desired, many of the new additions are under written and could have been flesh out a bit more. They did at least try this time, there's a plot twist, which, due to casting was a bit disappointing and one which you can see coming as soon as we're given the pieces to put it together, I was happy to take any kind of plot twist over what the tribe gave us. Overall the movie gets kind of slow in parts, mostly in the first half; The pacing balance isn't as good as it could have been, it lingers on some uninteresting scenes too long, while others, that could have used some suspense, go by a little too quickly.
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By EA Solinas HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWER on 24 Feb. 2014
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"Lost Boys: The Tribe" has the dubious honor of being one of the worst sequels of all time. It's worse than "Troll 2," since it fails to entertain even by accident.

So I am damning "Lost Boys: The Thirst" with faint praise when I say that it is substantially better in every way. This second sequel to the classic 1980s vampire movie at least knows that it's stupid, cheesy and goofy, so it runs all the way -- expect parodies of reality TV and of romanticized vampire teen lit.

While selling comic books to make ends meet, Edgar Frog (Corey Feldman) is approached by Gwen Lieber (Tanit Phoenix), a vacuous writer of teen vampire romances. She has a pretty typical problem: her brother has been kidnapped by the evil DJ X (Seb Castang), who is disguising vampire blood as a new designer drug called "The Thirst." In just a few days, X and his minions will be hosting a rave at a nearby island.

Edgar isn't really interested. But when she says that the alpha vampire will be at the rave, he becomes intrigued by the idea of wiping out all vampires -- and freeing half-vampires like his brother Alan (Jamison Newlander).

With the help of his friend Zoe (Casey B. Dolan), Edgar sets out to the island to take out DJ X. Unfortunately, not only do they have the idiot Gwen along for the ride, but a meathead reality star (Steven van Niekerk) who doesn't believe that vampires actually exist. Will the Frog Brothers finally triumph, or will they free the world from vampires once and for all?

Good news: "Lost Boys: The Thirst" is a much, much better movie than "The Tribe." Bad news: It's... well, it's still not very good.
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Not Lost Boys 1 and it was never gonna be but if you like films that play on characters and lore from previous films and where the characters quietly make fun of themselves then youll love it. Oh and the main bad guy looks and acts nothing like Deacon Frost, not sure why someone said that
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I was reading some of the reviews & I am so glad I thought nope I will buy it anyway.Have a look at the trailer on You Tube as I feel the problem is that some are expecting the huge budget type stuff Lost Boys had on a made for direct to DVD market.
The Frog Brothers coming back is good but if you look at this as a stand alone then it will work better & ironically the character of Sam Emmerson played so well by Corey Haim in the first Lost Boys being dead actually occurred to Corey Haim himself whilst this was being done.
I read alot about the Rave Sequence but this is a really tiny section of a whole movie & the character X looks nothing like Deacon Frost as 1 reviewer said.
Give it a chance & judge for yourself as this is way better than the mass majority of crap out there at the moment.
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