Lost Boys: The Tribe

Lost Boys: The Tribe

The sequel to the 1987 cult hit The Lost Boys takes us to the shady surf city of Luna Bay, California, where vampires quickly dispatch anyone who crosses their path. Into this dark world arrive Chris Emerson (Hilgenbrink) and his younger sister, Nicole (Reeser). Having just lost their parents in a car accident, the siblings move in with their eccentric Aunt Jillian and become new prey...

After moving to a new California town, Nicole learns that her new friends are a pack of vampires. Seduced by the charismatic leader of the fanged wave riders, she gradually discovers that there are forces in nature that could destroy everything she has ever cared for. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Lost Boys: The Tribe torrent reviews

Corinne R (es) wrote: Couldn't understand why critics loved it so much. The story didn't have much meat behind it.

Javier V (ru) wrote: Una produccin bastante telenovelezca y cursi que, sin embargo, nos relata algo que me parece distinto de entre las dems historias del g (C)nero. Un dejo de misterio al inicio sobre la direccin que llevar, pero que se desdibuja a lo obvio con la mediocre/regular actuacin de Charlie David. Era un buen argumento mal ejecutado.

Brandon H (kr) wrote: Gory, but that is it. Stupid movie.

Maddison N (us) wrote: The Who is one of the four major founders of rock and roll, and this film is flawless. Amazing interviews and excellent footage is only a taste- this Rockumentary is amazing.

Priyadarshini P (es) wrote: Not funny.. I expected a lot more

Alejandro R (jp) wrote: Film-making at its finest! Had to rewatch this one and worth every minute.

Richard J (es) wrote: Love hip hop, love Wild Style. More a documentary than anything else, it looks and sounds awesome. A trip back in time.

Zoran S (kr) wrote: This is a quiet and beautiful film that has far more depth than first appears. Though it lacks the violence of other Peckinpah films like The Wild Bunch, it is nearly as grim in its melancholy about the passage of an era and the loneliness its central character suffers from. The cast is stellar, including Steve McQueen in one of his best performances and the legendary Ida Lupino as his mother!

Anthony S (it) wrote: This is a classic Christmas movie! Dodad, Gandolfini, brilliant!

Joseph B (fr) wrote: So bizarre, it's fantastic.

Terminator 8 (es) wrote: It's so bad that it's good!