Lost Boys: The Thirst

2010

Lost Boys: The Thirst

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When an ambitious alpha bloodsucker disguises vampire blood as a designer drug in a bid to claim the entire planet in the name of the undead, it's up to Edgar (Corey Feldman) and Alan Frog (Jamison Newlander) to fight for the future of the entire human race. As the Blood Moon shines brightly in the midnight sky, the fearless vampire killers leap into action armed with enough tailor made weaponry to blast the demonic beasts into oblivion.

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  • Oct 22, 2012
    This third installment of the series, Lost Boys: The Thirst, is a solid and thrilling adventure. The story follows vampire hunter Edgar Frog who's hired to save the brother of a famous novelist from a potential alpha vampire. Corey Feldman leads the cast and delivers another satirical and campy performance. This film, unlike the last one, makes a concerted effort to tie into the original Lost Boys and extends the mythology of the series. Additionally, the special effects are quite good and create some new and interesting vampire kills. Though the low-budget nature of the film shows through at times, Lost Boys: The Thirst is ambitious and full of action.
    Dann M Super Reviewer
  • Sep 21, 2011
    "You'll never grow old, and you'll never die." Well, at least the second part of that entreaty from 1987's <i>The Lost Boys</i> continues to hold true. With <i>Lost Boys: The Thirst</i>, gravelly voiced nostalgist Corey Feldman return for a third time to, uh, stake his claim upon a "franchise" that shouldn't even be one. A cut above 2008's bloodless second stab, <i>The Tribe</i>, <i>The Thirst</i> at least benefits from putting Feldman (and returning original Frog Brother Jamison Newlander) centre stage. So, if you can ignore the charmless directing and inept plot, there's a thin thread that can be traced to the first film. Any goodwill is all courtesy of Feldman, who's made this needless threequel feel somehow personal, from the comic-book store locale and references to old characters, to an unexpectedly moving scene that pays tribute to Corey Haim.
    Dean M Super Reviewer
  • Mar 26, 2011
    A slight improvement over the 2nd film, but that doesn't say much. It's good Feldman links the 3 films, but I have to say his acting is pretty poor. Nice the story is centered around him more in this one. The plot is a bit silly but the effects of the Vampire kills are ok and very Blade like, along with the Vampire club idea. There are a few flash backs to the original and a nice tribute scene to Corey Haim. A better sequel for the fans than the 2nd film, but still quite average overall.
    Dean K Super Reviewer
  • Feb 13, 2011
    An interesting installment in the hunting excursion of the Frog Brothers (who are once again eradicating the world of vampires). After a D.C. hunt goes bad and saving the life of a human, Edgar loses his brother, and fellow partner, Alan. Venturing alone, Edgar deals with the loss of his close friend, Sam, and his brother, Alan. He continues to seek counsel, and inside tips, from Alan (whose now a vampire in hiding) when he is offered a case presented by a young woman who is claiming to search for her brother who was abducted by a band of vampires. With the help of Zoë ( a fellow comic book store owner), Edgar researches into a peculiar vampire practice- a sacrifice that is ultimately designed for an alpha vampire. Learning that eliminating the leader will enable Alan to return to human form, Edgar and Zoë take upon Gwen's offer to rescue her brother. With several hidden truths, Edgar is up against an interesting fight for his life (including that of Alan's). An awesome homage to the late Corey Haim's Sam is portrayed throughout the film, and the fantastic camaraderie between Alan and Edgar is phenomenal which now will be more interesting since it includes new pal, Zoë, in the bunch. Corey Feldman, Casey B. Dolan, Jamison Newlander, Tanit Phoenix, and Joe Vaz. Worthy!
    Leo L Super Reviewer

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