As promised here's my review on "Lost Boys:The Tribe". I am a huge fan of the original 1987 movie "The Lost Boys, this is the sequel to the original. There is actually a trilogy. I will also do a review on the third one soon. Lost Boys : The Tribe is a decent movie. I like it, of course as I said earlier I am a huge fan of The Lost Boys, so that may one reason I like this one. That being said, its worth watching especially if you liked the first one. Now don't get me wrong it is not as good as the original. It's a fair sequel. It is more of a B-movie than the first one was, but it has its good moments too. It was directed by P.J. Pesce and stars Autumn Reeser, Angus Sutherland, Tad Hilgenbrink, and Corey Feldman. A lot of people may not know this but Angus Sutherland is the younger half-brother of Kiefer Sutherland, who starred in the first The Lost Boys movie in 1987. Plans for a sequel had been in various stages since the release of the original. Joel Schumacher director of the original movie had wanted to do a sequel called The Lost Girls before The Tribe was announced, a film in which he had no input on and he believed it should have never been made. Hans Rodionoff wrote a script about surfing werewolves titled The Tribe which was turned down by numerous studios including Warner Bros because of its resemblance to The Lost Boys. Warner Bros changed their mind when they decided on sequel to The Lost Boys, who then persuaded Rodionoff to alter his script including changing the characters from werewolves to vampires. Corey Feldman returned to play the vampire hunting Edgar Frog. Newcomer Greystone Holt(-who currently plays plays Clayton Danvers on the TV series"Bitten") Evan,who goes up against a horde of vampires when he gets close to object of the lead vampires (Angus Sutherland) affection,played by Autumn Reeser. The movie was filmed Vancouver from August through September 2007. Nathan Barr composed the the original score for the film. A soundtrack of various artists was released from Adrenaline Records on July 22nd 2008. The album includes a cover version of "Cry Little Sister" by Aiden. The film was Warner Premieres highest selling DVD of 2008, performing so well that Warner greenlit a third movie. In its first three weeks, it more than covered it's $5 million production costs. It has sold more than 1,250,000 copies as of January 2011, a record for a direct-to-DVD release. The movie received poor reviews, despite the success of the DVD. Based on seven reviews Rotten Tomato gave a 0%. Of course you can't always go by that sometimes you have to use your own judgment and form your own opinions. I like the movie myself, but that's just my opinion. For those of you who haven't seen it, at least consider giving it a shot. What's the worst that could happen, you won't like it, but then again you might find that you actually do like it. You should really give it try especially if you are a fan of the original, like I am. Anyone who is a fan of the original or a fan of the trilogy just drop me line I would enjoy hearing from you, but I wold lover to hear your opinions whether you like it or hate, I would be glad to hear everyones opinions no matter they are. So drop me line and tell me your opinions. If you like my reviews I would really appreciate it if you would like to follow me. Thanks everyone for reading. "Lost Boys:The Thirst" review coming soon.