The Lost Boys
It's nearly impossible to talk about the original classic flick The Lost Boys without either mentioning or secretly thinking about the EPIC SAX MAN. Note my usage of CAPS LOCK to underline his significance. One clever YouTube user by the name of Yeedeed remembers all too well.
Fan of The Lost Boys? Then you are going to really dig on the next couple of pieces of artwork from the wonderfully talented artists over at Mondo Tees. Get ready for an eyeful! It's not gonna be easy to nab one, but seriously, wow.
Fresh off a highly successful screening of A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors, Mad Monster is prepped to deliver another evening of horrific entertainment on September 13th at the Chinese 6 Theaters in Hollywood. The main event this time? A screening of The Lost Boys.
We waited years for a sequel to the classic The Lost Boys to come our way. When it did, Lost Boys: The Tribe made us wish we had kept waiting. The third film, Lost Boys: The Thirst, corrected a lot of what was wrong with the sequel but still kind of missed the mark. Enter today.
This week's roundup of DVD releases include fan favorites from TV, a scarred comic book antihero, the next installment of The Lost Boys, the requisite creature features, a Roger Corman set, and SyFy's apocalyptic view of the world.
I suppose I'm plagued with an eternal naïveté that makes me excited for films like Lost Boys: The Thirst. Like everyone else, I thought The Tribe was filth, but there's something about the third film's trailer that makes me think they got it right this time.
With an appearance at Comic-Con right around the corner, what better time could there be for Warner Brothers to release all of the specs and artwork for its upcoming adventure featuring the Frog Brothers?
The 2010 San Diego Comic-Con is nearly upon us, and thankfully Warner Premiere has set the Frog Brothers loose at the show to prevent any weirdo vamp attacks.
While a lot of fans were less than thrilled with the way that The Lost Boys: The Tribe turned out after so many years of talk, there was at one time a completely different script that handled the continuation of the much beloved story in a completely different fashion. Curious? Well, now you can read it!