Lost Boys: The Tribe (Uncut)
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But they did. God help us, they did.
And "Lost Boys: The Tribe" frankly feels less like a sequel to the original movie than it does a generic half-baked vampire romance with a single "Lost Boys" character shoehorned in -- lots of sex, nudity, pointless gore, and a teen girl being romanced by a tousle-haired vampire. It doesn't help that the acting is almost uniformly wretched, led by a spectacularly unspectacular role by Angus Sutherland.
After the death of their parents, ex-surfer Chris Emerson (Tad Hilgenbrink) and his younger sister Nicole (Autumn Reeser) move in with their aunt. On their first night, they go to a party thrown by another ex-surfer, Shane Powers (Angus Sutherland), and his "tribe" of equally likable followers. It isn't really a spoiler to say that they're vampires, and Shane slips Nicole a bit of his blood, which starts her transformation into a full-blown bloodsucker.
Fortunately, surfboard shaper/vampire hunter Edgar Frog (Corey Feldman) shows up to help Chris, announcing that Nicole can be saved if Chris can kill Shane. But Shane has his eye on Chris as the next member of his tribe, and Chris immediately wants the eternal youth and life that the vampires have to offer. Will Chris save himself and his sister? Do I even want him to?
Suffice to say, "Lost Boys: The Tribe" is not as good as the original "Lost Boys." This is a vampire movie for people who like "Twilight," but want more sex, boobs and gore. The only real remnant of the first movie is the presence of Edgar Frog, and frankly he seems more like an extended cameo.Read more ›