Lost Boys 2: The Tribe
The follow up to the cult classic horror hit about the battle between Californians and teenage vampires, a brother and sister have moved to Santa Carla, only to get mixed up with a gang of surfers that are more than they appear to be.
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Rotten: It's ridiculous that Warner made this movie, especially because it's obvious that it was made to cash in on the film's title. This in no way shape or form is a LOST BOYS movie, other than the fact that Corey Feldman and Corey Haim cameo...
- Brad Miska, Bloody Disgusting, Thursday, June 24, 2010
Rotten: As if the world needed another reason to celebrate The Lost Boys, The Tribe, and every second of its bumbling uselessness, just made me want to hug Joel Schumacher's film even tighter.
- Brian Orndorf, BrianOrndorf.com, Thursday, June 24, 2010
Rotten: All "The Tribe" accomplishes is reminding you that "The Lost Boys" is still a better film, and can't be topped...
- Felix Vasquez Jr., Cinema Crazed, Thursday, June 24, 2010
Never grow old. Never die. Never know fear again.
- ScoopOnline, Wednesday, December 16, 2009
Bad, bad, bad. This movie's biggest fault was that Joel Schumacher was not directing. This "Tribe" of vampires did not have the cool factor which Kiefer and his gang oozed in the original. It's an almost impossible task to recapture the magic of the 80's 20 years later; the fads and fashions have changed drastically. The original had such a great soundtrack; but this one was forgettable noise. Corey Feldman did an awesome reprisal of his Frog brother character. The lack of Corey Haim didn't help; he only appeared for a few seconds at the end; which doesn't count. I chose not to buy this on DVD. "The Lost Girls" would've been such a better movie idea.
- YosemiteSamFan, Saturday, November 14, 2009
This is a film I had to see, I mean, 'Lost Boys' is a classic! And the fact that a sequel has been made! Well, like I said, I had to see it. To follow up a film like 'lost boys' it's gonna have to be something special. When I first heard about it I thought 'It'll be just some B movie fan film', but then I found out both Corey Feldman and Corey Haim are in it, plus the other actor that played the other Frog brother (can't remember his name) in the original film. On that basis I believed this could do justice as a sequel to the cult classic. How wrong could I be! First up, Corey Haim and 'the other Frog brother' are both credited at the end of the film, but I don't recall seeing either of them in the film, in fact Edgar Frog (Feldman) mentions that his brother has died! And second, they tried to capture the humour of the original film and simply failed. This film is more of a homage then a sequel, it follows the original story with only minor adjustments, eg. this time it's a brother and sister rather then 2 brothers, and this time it's the girl that gets seduced rather than the fella. Another point - you would have thought that after 20 years since the first film the effects would be spectacular, but they're not, they could've been lifted from the original, which shows they're budget must have been tight. Overall this film is very average, should've been a lot better, but then I've seen worse.
- matertenebraum, Saturday, August 29, 2009