Lost Boys: The Tribe (2008) – Review, Rating and Synopsis

Lost Boys: The Tribe (2008)

Lost Boys: The Tribe (2008)

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  • Release Date:  2008
  • Genre:  Vampire
  • Director:  P.J. Pesce
  • Screenwriter:  Hans Rodionoff
  • Cast & Crew: Tad Hilgenbrink, Angus Sutherland, Autumn Reeser, Gabrielle Rose, Corey Feldman, Shaun Sipos, Merwin Mondesir, Moneca Delain, Greyston Holt, Daryl Shuttleworth, and Alexander Calvert.

Lost Boys: The Tribe (2008) Rating:

  • Drew = 6 / 10;
  • Dylan = 6.5 / 10;
  • IMDB = 4.6/10;
  • Rotten Tomatoes = 2.6/10.

Lost Boys: The Tribe (2008) Synopsis:

After their parents, tragic car wreck, Chris and Nicole Emerson move into their aunt’s boathouse in Luna Bay. Quickly discovering that their new hometown is full of vampires, they turn to surf shaper/vampire slayer Edgar Frog for help.

Lost Boys: The Tribe (2008) Review:

The long-awaited sequel to The Lost Boy was finally released in 2008, twenty years after the original, and directly to the video. Lost Boys: The Tribe follows a new band of troubled family members moving to a vampire-infested city to start a new life. This sequel is similar to the original in many ways. It is fluid and true to its first source. Yet it didn’t have the boundaries of the first movie, showcasing an abundance of sexual content, nudity and a few brutally gory scenes involving the new group of renegade vampires.

The Tribe, although a fun watches to pop in for the night, didn’t really stick out at all. None of the characters were engaging, with the exception of Edgar Frog, and their dialogues weren’t interesting or quotable either. In a way, the movie gave the viewers something they almost already saw. Thereee wasn’t anything imaginative and the ending was predictable. The scene after the end credits, revealing a couple of familiar faces, is probably the most anticipating part of the all movie.

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