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The Lost Boys Movie Retrospective Series
The Lost Boys is a classic 80's film that redefined vampires as sexy demons for an entire generation of fashion victims, and the film that united Corey Haim and Corey Feldman for the first time creating a direct-to-DVD duo that could not be stopped. With the upcoming third installment in this series, The Lost Boys: The Thirst, coming out October 12th, Now Playing is looking back at all three films. Do they hold up, or do they just suck? Inquiring minds want to know!
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Ratings & Reviews
4.4 stars from 16 ratings
Great podcast!
This is so entertaining. I love it!
LMJ15 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 10/02/16
Good
Tribe not great the others good ( can you do a star wars podcast plz )
Gary Incubus via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 04/17/12
I have an idea for a podcast!!!!!
Why don't you do a 5 part series where you go through each host's favorite movie of all time. It could go in any particular order (like maybe in alphabetical order according to host like Arnie's favorite, Brock's favorite, Jakob's favorite, Marjorie's favorite, and Stuart's favorite). Do this...Read full review »
HiIamQ via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/26/10
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