Try this flick … “The Lost Boys.” Here’s a great vampire flick that brought the genre back to prominence in both horror and stylistic ways in 1987. “The Lost Boys” is the story of a family moving to a California town, only to have a member fall into vampires’ lives. “The Lost Boys” plays out well with a great story line and solid, but not exceptional work by the entire cast and there’s a mystery component that carries well until the end. “The Lost Boys” put a bit of verve in the horror genre and you most likely saw it – or at least remember it. See it again! You won’t be disappointed with “The Lost Boys.”
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