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In San Cazador, California, the clumsy vampire hunter Edgar Frog is evicted from his trailer. But the best-seller writer Gwen Lieber offers him a job to destroy the head vampire DJ X that promotes worldwide raves to increase his army of undead. Gwen tells that her brother Peter disappeared in Ibiza two years ago in an X-Party promoted by the alpha-vampire. Now DJ X is coming to San Cazador to promote a sacrifice during a party in the blood moon on the next Friday, and Edgar discovers that the rave will take place in a slaughterhouse on an island. Gwen hires also the Hollywood participant of reality show Lars von Goetz that comes with the cameraman Claus. Edgar invites his brother Alan to join the team but he declines, and he teams up with his friend Zoe. When the group finds DJ X, Edgar discloses a secret about the head-vampire. Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
If you have seen the original Lost Boys you know it wasn't the greatest movie of all times, but it has enough spirit to make it a classic people loved and compared to. When I first heard Lost Boys would be turned into a franchise, I refused to watch the movie (The Tribe) because I was sure it would suck. Not so, though, since I have seen it recently and I believe it retained some of the spunk and the tongue in cheek approach of the original. Now, it is time for the third part, something that I was certain had no chance of being fun. I am glad to say I was wrong again. Lost Boys: The Thirst is not the greatest movie of all times, either, but it is certainly fun, especially for the people that liked the other movies in the group.
Yeah, about the ending... I thought it was more like a joke, something that people can laugh about. I doubt anyone really took it seriously, especially since most of the film itself was mostly humorous than thrilling.
People clearly enjoyed playing in the movie. Some of the dialog was really amusing like the vampire noticing Frog is awful with the sword. The return of Alan Frog was also nice, especially since Jamison Newlander played as Alan Frog for the second movie as well, but the scenes got deleted from the finished product. Frankly, this film would have been a great opportunity for Kiefer Sutherland to play a cameo. Oh, well.
Bottom line: If you have seen the original Lost Boys and liked it, you will enjoy this one, too. If you haven't, go watch it, what are you waiting for? Then watch this one :)
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