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The Lost Boys is a movie starring Jason Patric, Corey Haim, and Dianne Wiest. After moving to a new town, two brothers discover that the area is a haven for vampires.

Comedy, Horror
Joel Schumacher
Jason Patric, Corey Haim, Dianne Wiest, Barnard Hughes

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Genres Comedy, Horror
Director Joel Schumacher
Writer Jan Fischer, James Jeremias, Jan Fischer, James Jeremias, Jeffrey Boam
Stars Jason Patric, Corey Haim, Dianne Wiest, Barnard Hughes
Country USA
Also Known As Prarasti berniukai, Lost Boys, Izgubljeni dečaci, Τα παιδιά της νύχτας, Génération perdue, De fortapte, Ragazzi perduti, Jóvenes ocultos, Izgubljeni dječaci, Az elveszett fiúk, La generación perdida, Los muchachos perdidos, Os Rapazes da Noite, Que no se entere mamá, Os Garotos Perdidos, Straceni chlopcy, Ta paidia tis nyhtas, Kayip Çocuklar
Runtime 1 h 37 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description After moving to a new town, two brothers discover that the area is a haven for vampires.

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Wednesday, 23 Dec 2020 08:12

The Lost Boys is an underrated classic horror that is a bit more than a bunch of gory jump scare scenes but is one hell of a fun movie. Every bit of the movie can be classified as a horror or comedy. The Lost Boys tells the tale of a trio of high school kids who have been left behind in a group house after the recent death of their parents. They manage to find a way to stay connected through the internet and eventually end up in an abandoned town where they end up being hunted down by a huge spider who has been taking over the town for a long time. Once you know what is going to happen in the film you will definitely enjoy it. The acting from the cast was absolutely wonderful and everyone did a fantastic job. The cast is lead by some of the best acting I have seen in a long time. Doug Bradley, Sam Waterston, Jason Marsden and Carl Weathers all do an incredible job with their roles. Not to mention the fantastic villains. The creators of the film take the story seriously and have actually given the actors the freedom to do whatever they want. Some people may think this movie is a bit slow but personally I think that this movie is more than just a slow movie. The story is just as interesting as it is creepy and the whole idea of a town being controlled by the number 666 is really funny. The ending of the movie is definitely a shocker and will definitely send shivers down your spine. If you are a fan of horror or have seen many horror movies you will be really satisfied with this film. I give The Lost Boys an 8 out of 10.
Saturday, 14 Nov 2020 21:00

The Lost Boys (2001) is a surprisingly faithful remake of the 1982 original movie. (It is even somewhat faithful to the movie's storyline, but that's not important for the purpose of this review). In that movie, in which the witches were cannibals, and the heroes were those who stopped them, the horror was strong, but much of the humor came from the comic relief characters. The Lost Boys are a young couple, of course. One is a retired, elderly, deadbeat man who is married to the girl he is supposed to marry. The other is an adult living with his mother, who has both grown up. As the story progresses, we find that both have grown up to be unhappy, unhappy, unhappy people. Both of them are also in a relationship with each other. One is actually beginning to believe he is not the son of the hero of the original movie, and the other is beginning to believe he is not the husband of the girl from the original movie. We learn that one has come to love the girl, and has no intention of leaving her. But the other is trying to be something more. He is not a hero, and his girlfriend has apparently given up on him. He is already married to another woman. And the real son of the original hero is not the husband of the girl in the original movie. This movie has its share of laughs. For example, when the girl dumps her husband, she is very upset. And, of course, the man she dumped his wife for would have loved to meet her in person. The Lost Boys are pretty much as sick as the original movie. The original movie had more of a British feel to it. In this one, the kids are British, and the parents are British. But the movie is very much a Canadian one. One thing that surprised me about the film is the choice of actors. Justin Theroux is in this one. He plays the character "Mort" as a buffoon. He is just not what you would expect from an adult portrayed as a spoiled teenager. And Bill Hader. I am not a fan of his, but he is just fantastic in this movie. He plays the part of the teenage "Tyler", and is just absolutely amazing. There is no way he could have been better. The other actors were also good. I am not a fan of Barbara Hershey's acting, but she does a good job in this movie. She is the one who gives the movie its feel. For example, she actually shouts out the "damn" as she throws
Saturday, 14 Nov 2020 11:29

I'm a huge fan of Scream, and I really enjoy the classic 70's horror movies of that period. Some of them I watch the over and over again. But the more recent Scream sequels have been one of my biggest annoyances, and I'm always disappointed when I hear they were remade. They feel more like another high-class comedy, rather than horror. But Lost Boys is the ultimate horror movie, the ultimate comedy, and I'm proud to say that I own this on DVD. It is a very funny film. I never understood why people would hate it. It's probably because you couldn't see the humor in it, and maybe some of the others did too. But I know that I never got tired of it, and the jokes never stopped. It's the perfect comedy. It's a scary movie, but still a laugh-a-minute comedy, and it has some of the best lines ever, from the line about the dog to the one about the Indians and the dogs, I love that one. As for the plot of this movie, it's really very interesting. They start out with an adventure where a couple of soldiers are killed in an attempt to capture a German prisoner. The soldier tries to kill the Germans instead, but the German soldier takes him prisoner. When the soldiers come to their friends, they want to know the German prisoner's name. They make a list of the names of the soldiers who died during the adventure, and one of them is D.J., a boy who was in the adventure. When they take him back to their base, he is very sad, he wants to get away, and they find a corpse in a drawer that is his brother, the guy who died in the adventure. When they ask him, "Who's this?" He says, "It's my brother." When they find out that he died because of the adventure, they want to know what happened to him. But they are afraid that he would tell them. As they try to explain to him the adventure, and ask him to tell them the story of his brother, they discover that he was found and was killed in the adventure. Then they ask him how they could have killed him. He says that it was an accident, and that he found out that the Germans killed his brother, and he was the only one to know. They take him to his brother's grave, and he says that he was his brother, and he wanted them to know that he was not dead. They leave him alone, and he starts to tell them the adventure.
Wednesday, 14 Oct 2020 01:49

First of all, I have to say I am a bit disappointed in all of you who think this is a typical R rated horror movie. This film was very dark and unexpected for me. I have not been scared by a horror film for a long time. I think this is an excellent horror film for those who like a more hidden plot and do not need to see every thing coming. This movie definitely reminded me of the classic "Terror in the Hinterlands" by John Carpenter and was also released a few years before "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre" and "Scream". I think this film could have gotten a lot better if they had written the story for the next instalment. I think that at the end of the day, this film was a solid effort from the writers and producers and a good homage to the good old horror films.I do not think that the actors or the actresses would have been able to carry the film out. The film had some good moments but overall the script needed a lot more work. The story was about a little boy named Jack who finds an old picture of his dead father, William Hartnell. Jack is afraid of William, who is an actor who is always making big movies and must stay in a cabin. He asks Jack to accompany him, but Jack finds out that William will not be there for his birthday and has left a message for Jack. Then Jack finds out that William has disappeared for his birthday and has killed himself in the cabin. Jack goes to see the cabin, which has become haunted by ghosts of the Hartnell's. Jack goes to the cabin, where he encounters the ghost of William Hartnell. The movie is good because it is different. It is different because it is dark. It is different because the actors and the actresses are not screaming every scene. The movie is different because it is about a boy who finds out that a ghost is hunting him. Jack finds out that the ghost is a fan of William and the reason why he has not shown up for his birthday is because William is not there to give him the money. He finds out that he has a choice to keep William or take him. The acting is good. It is dark. It is different. It is a great horror movie, which I highly recommend. 8 out of 10

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