Lost Boys: The Thirst (2010)

Lost Boys: The Thirst (2010)

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  • Release Date:  2010
  • Genre:  Vampire
  • Director:  Dario Piana
  • Screenwriter:  Evan Charnov, Hans Rodionoff
  • Cast & Crew: Corey Feldman, Tanit Phoenix Copley, Casey B. Dolan, Jamison Newlander, Seb Castang, Felix Mosse, Steven van Niekerk, Hennie Bosman, and Matthew Dylan Roberts.

Lost Boys: The Thirst (2010) Rating:

  • Drew = 6 / 10;
  • Dylan = 7 / 10;
  • IMDB = 5.2/10;
  • Rotten Tomatoes = 3.4/10.

Lost Boys: The Thirst (2010) Synopsis:

A new designer drug containing vampire blood called The Thirst is gaining popularity at rave parties across the world, thus creating a high population of vampires. Edgar Frog, hesitant at first to face-off with another head-vampire, changes his mind upon finding out that he is, in fact, the eldest vampire.

Lost Boys: The Thirst (2010) Review:

Not often is a horror trilogy wrapped quite as well as The Lost Boys movies. A well-developed continuous storyline throughout multiple films is sometimes all that is needed to achieve greatness.

Here, it is refreshing to see characters facing adversity through time rather than a typical cliché slasher sequel with no end goal or relativity. It is hard not to have a soft spot for The Thirst, the film having played tremendous homage to the late Corey Haim. Flashback scenes with Haim are reminisced, as Corey Feldman’s character, Edgar Frog, sees the end of his long battle with vampires about to end.

Contrary to many poor opinions by Lost Boys fans or horror fans, The Thirst does not have any dull moments. A wealth of newly introduced characters, all interesting and well-developed, are led by Corey Feldman who finally gets to be the primary character. It was fun to see Edgar Frog’s dismissive personality throughout the entire film. His dialogues were great and filled with throwback and memorable lines.


Writing however was a key issue. The lack of a stronger head-vampire and other problematic scenes made the ending abysmal. Nobody ever says spectacular things about The Tribe and The Thirst, yet a little more credit should be given since they’re both highly entertaining and loyal to the original.

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Lost Boys: The Thirst (2010) Cast:

Corey FeldmanCorey FeldmanEdgar Frog
Tanit Phoenix CopleyTanit Phoenix CopleyGwen Lieber (as Tanit Phoenix)
Casey B. DolanCasey B. DolanZoe
Jamison NewlanderJamison NewlanderAlan Frog
Seb CastangSeb CastangDJ X
Felix MosseFelix MossePeter
Steven van NiekerkSteven van NiekerkLars (as Stephen Van Niekerk)
Joe VazJoe VazClaus
Hennie BosmanHennie BosmanKirk O Dale
Tanya van GraanTanya van GraanLily (as Tanya Van Graan)
Ingrida KrausIngrida KrausVixen
Matthew Dylan RobertsMatthew Dylan RobertsBlake (as Matthew Roberts)
Porteus XandauPorteus XandauJonny Trash
Chanel HurlinChanel HurlinPromise Ring Girl
Matthew KalilMatthew KalilValet