The Lost Boys: The Thirst brings back to the screen the Vampire-slaying Frog brothers on a quest to save Peter Lieber, a young boy, from a gang of night crawlers. Set in modern day San Cazador, a sleepy Northern Californian town, Edgar Frog has had better days - and nights - when he is hired to rescue Peter by his sister, bestselling author Gwen Lieber. These bloodsuckers are growing a vampire army by handing out The Thirst, a drug made out of vampire blood, at raves all across the country. With the help of Zoe, who clearly wants to be more than just Edgar’s friend, and re-united with his brother, Alan, Edgar enters a battle that will test all his strength and finally put an end to the un-dead.
As the lost boys and girls of San Cazador prepare to party under the Blood Moon, an alpha vampire conspires to turn these unsuspecting ravers into an army of undead. The only thing that stands between him and the annihilation of the entire human race is the infamous vampire fighting Frog Brothers. Armed with double-barrel holy water balloon launchers and multi-arrow crossbows, Edgar (Corey Feldman) and Alan Frog (Jamison Newlander) join forces to kick some blood-sucker butt in this latest high-energy, action packed adventure in the Lost Boys franchise.
Lost Boys: The Thirst was released October 12th, 2010.Read More
Available on DVD and Blu-ray October 12th, Corey Feldman and Jamison Newlander return as Edgar and Alan Frog, A.K.A. the Frog Brothers in Lost Boys: The Thirst. The film is the third chapter of the popular vampire series, which began with the classic '80s movie The Lost Boys and was followed by 2008's Lost Boys: The Tribe. In addition to Feldman and Newlander, the cast includes Tanit Phoenix, Matthew Dylan Roberts, Joe Vaz, Seb Castang, Porteus Xandau Steenkamp and Matthew Kalil. We recently had a chance to sit down with Corey Feldman and Jamison Newlander to discuss the new movie, the beloved series and the legacy of Corey Haim. To watch our exclusive interview please click on the video clip below.
The Lost Boys: The Thirst brings back to the screen the Vampire slaying Frog brothers on a quest to save Peter Lieber, a young boy, from a gang of night crawlers. Set in modern day San Cazador, a sleepy Northern Californian town, Edgar Frog (Corey Feldman) has had better days ... and nights ... when he is hired to rescue Peter by his sister, bestselling author Gwen Lieber (Tanit Phoenix). These bloodsuckers are growing a vampire army by handing out The Thirst, a drug made out of vampire blood, at raves all across the country. With the help of Zoë, who clearly wants to be more than just Edgar's friend, and re-united with his brother, Alan (Jamison Newlander), Edgar enters a battle that will test all his strength and finally put an end to the un-dead.Read More
http://movieweb.com/movie/lost-boys-4/ Corey Feldman Talks Lost Boys 4 Fans of the classic '80s vampire film The Lost Boys waited over twenty years for the return of the franchise, only to be somewhat disappointed by Lost Boys: The Tribe. Which barely featured any members of the original cast. That will all change with Lost Boys: The Thirst, available on DVD and Blu-ray beginning October 5th, which features the long-awaited full-length return of Edgar and Alan Frog, A.K.A. the Frog Brothers, played by Corey Feldman and Jamison Newlander.
While Feldman reprised his role in Lost Boys: The Tribe, Edgar was reduced to a supporting character, actor Corey Haim (who played Sam Emerson in the original) was relegated to a bit part in the closing credits and Newlander's scene was cut all together, and can only be seen in an alternate ending available on the DVD. Last year we spoke to Feldman and he announced that Lost Boys: The Thirst would feature the return of the Frog Brothers with both Feldman and Newlander reprising their roles, but that Haim would not be involved.Read More
"You can't always get what you want, but if you try sometimes, you might find...You get what you need!" That old lyrical bone of truth resides within the genetic make-up of Lost Boys: The Thirst, the third installment of what has now become an ongoing series of direct-to-DVD adventures featuring the illustrious and hard-to-kill Frog Brothers. David, Star, Michael, and even, sadly, Sam Emerson have all fallen to the wayside of pop recognizability. Within the cannon, these fan-favorite characters have perished and are no longer with us. In continuing this much ballyhooed story from the late 80s, it only makes sense that we'd follow these two young vampire hunters who have gone onto become legends in their own time.
Lost Boys: The Thirst should never be looked at as a sequel. It's a spin-off worthy of its own TV show, which Corey Feldman claims is in the works. If they can deliver this exacting, explosive caliber every single week for ten, twelve, or even twenty-two episodes straight, The CW has a hit on its hands. And it would be the perfect antidote to that channel's own The Vampire Diaries. This current mindset that Vampires are righteous, lovable little creatures who should be worshipped and lusted after is damaging to the public psyche. If anything, Lost Boys: The Thirst attempts to spin the tide on that crass way of thinking, and it once again turns our beloved Vampire Hunters into the true heroes they deserve to be.Read More