Box art for Lost Boys: The Thirst

Lost Boys: The Thirst

action & adventure, horror


Multi-arrow crossbow? Check. Holy water grenade launcher? Ready. Stake-shooting M134? Got that, too. Edgar Frog is locked and loaded for his bloodiest badass battle yet with the undead!

Rotten Tomatoes® scores

  • Critic Score
    N/A
  • Audience Score
    34%

common sense

PAUSE for kids age 16
Consumerism
1 out of 5
Drinking, drugs, & smoking
3 out of 5
Language
4 out of 5
Positive messages
0 out of 5
Positive role models
0 out of 5
Sex
4 out of 5
Violence
4 out of 5

Silly sequel to '80s camp vampire film with gore, nudity.

what parents need to know

Parents need to know that LOST BOYS: THE THIRST -- the third in the series of vampire movies that began with The Lost Boys (1987) -- features the expected amount of vampire violence and gore (biting, spurting blood, stabbing, ripping flesh, burning, and exploding bodies). Language is not constant but includes several uses of "f--k" and "s--t." There are several brief scenes of female nudity (mostly topless women dancing at a rave party) and some girl-on-girl kissing and licking. Teens take a fictitious drug called "the thirst." They are shown to be having a good time, though there is a price to pay. Parents who grew up with the original movie -- and older teen vampire fans who want something a little lighter and sillier than the Twilight movies -- may be interested.

what families can talk about

  • Families can talk about the movie's violence. How did it make you feel? Was it exciting or disturbing? How did the movie go about creating this feeling?
  • What makes a character like Edgar Frog a hero? He's cynical, unfriendly, and sometimes downright mean. Is he still appealing?
  • Why are vampires and horror movies so popular today?

movie reviews from Rotten Tomatoes®

Audience Reviews

3 stars

This movie was way better than The Lost Boys 2: The Tribe but not as good at the original, The Lost Boys. They had a lot of scenes from the first one and the theme song, Cry Little Sister. It was actually pretty good. Sad in a way, it made me miss Corey Haim.

- theylovealexis, Tuesday, November 9, 2010

2 stars

Better then the last one but still poor in quality to the first movie.Because its a STV fare it's just missing all the values that made the first one a classic.There is a couple of nice moments and you don't feel you are wasting you life away when watching it with a brief 81 mins running time, Nice to see Corey Feldman back but he lacks spark to he's role.lets just hope this is the last one in the series.............Please!!!

- briandeguelle, Tuesday, October 12, 2010

3 stars

I just can't help myself when it comes to this series. Ever since the original Lost Boys I've been hooked and can't help but commit to every sequel afterwards, no matter how kitschy or corny. Corey Feldman can still commit to his character. He knows the series is tongue-in-cheek and doesn't take itself seriously, so you can tell he's pretending to. It purposely has a B-movie feel to it, but I still find it entertaining and am still glad to say I saw it. If he makes another one, I'll be there to watch, lol

- RemiLogan, Wednesday, March 16, 2011