The Lost Boys is directed by Joel Schumacher, and it stars Corey Feldman, Jami Gertz, Corey Haim, Jason Patric, and Kiefer Sutherland in a vampire film about a family that move to California with their grandparent, and one of the brothers is hanging out with a group of guys that are vampires which he doesn't know, but he'll know soon enough, and his brother and him will have to deal with them. When watching this film, I was worried that the film was going to suck because of Joel Schumacher as a director as the only films that I've seen him direct, are Batman Forever which I thought was average, and Batman and Robin, which was one of the worst superhero films that I've seen. Then I was surprised that Richard Donner involved as one of the producers, and Jeffery Boam as the co-writer who wrote well known films like The Dead Zone and Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, even though he only rewrote this film. Even with that said, I actually had fun watching this film that I was surprised that this was even a Joel Schumacher film. The acting is really good, especially the kid actors at the time like Corey Feldman and Corey Haim. It's very campy, but was mostly in the right places for it that I was having a laugh with this film as it's not taking itself seriously. Kiefer Sutherland as the villain is a lot of fun to watch as he's just going out with the right amount of silliness and intimidation. The Frog Brothers are a cool duo and have great chemistry with some funny moments. There were times that it was trying to be a horror film, and I wasn't scared at all in this film. There was only one moment that I thought was a bit creepy, but that's it, and I felt that it was more or less suitably better as a comedy film, which it is for the most part. There were some moments that I wasn't interested and was waiting for either the Frog Brothers or the vampires to show up, but other than that, The Lost Boys is better than I thought was going to be and I'm glad that this is the one that sort of brought the vampire genre to life.