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The Lost Boys

Studio Warner Bros Alt Title The Lost Boys
Distributed by Warner Bros Director(s) Joel Schumacher
Running Time 93.mins Producer(s) Harvey Bernhard
Prod. Year 1987 Composer(s) Thomas Newman
Genre(s) Horror Writer(s) Janice Fischer, James Jeremias
Screen Format WideScreen 2:35:1 Anamorphic Prod.Design Bo Welch
Sound Format(s) DD 5.1 Sound Jeff Bushelman, Louis L. Edemann, David M. Ronne
Layer DVD-5 Actors Corey Feldman, Kiefer Sutherland, Corey Haim, Jason Patric, Jamie Gertz, Edward Herrmann, Barnard Hughes, Dianne West
Case Type Snapper DVD Extras: Production Notes, Trailer
IMDB Rating 6.6 DVD-ROM None
Reviewed 13/06-99 MPAA Rating R
Released   UPC 321937117481
IMDB Link 0093437 Comments Added 12-June-1999

Review 1 - 13/06-99

I love vampiremovies, and this is a great one.

This is one of my favourite movies. I saw it the first time as a teenager, and was posessed by it.
The Lost Boys is one of the films i`ve seen the most times. I love the story, the acting and by all means the music. The Lost Boys offers top entertainment, humour and of course a little bit of love as well. On a scale from 1-6. This is a 6.


Review 2 - 15/06-99

Brat Packers with fangs

Good old count Dracula goes to California. Kiefer Sutherland wants to suck a young Jason Patric`s blood, but his evil plans are thwarted by the magnificent Coreys. Feldman and Haim, that is. Joel Schumacher yet again makes a pretty average film, despite a talented cast. The opening scene is very good, but after that it gets standard and boring.
See the beginning, then watch something more interesting.You can always see Bram Stoker`s Dracula one more time.