The Lost Boys 2 - The Tribe DVD Review - www.impulsegamer.com -

Feature 7.9
Video 8.0
Audio 8.0
Special Features 7.0
Total 7.9
Distributor: Warner
Running Time: 86 minutes
Classification: R18+
Reviewer:
Kyle Sudukis

7.9


The Lost Boys 2 - The Tribe

After 20 years the sequel to the Lost Boys finally arrives on DVD in The Lost Boys 2 - The Tribe that actually pays homage to the original horror-comedy The Lost Boys, however fails to truly successfully deliver. Fans of the original may  be disappointment with the sequel, however for a new generation of teenage DVD viewers, The Tribe nicely compliments the Buffy the Vampire genre.

Ironically, the plot at times is quite reminiscent of the original film and in The Tribe, two siblings arrive in the seaside village of Luna Bay that is not only a magnet to outcasts, also has a high rate of missing people.

The story itself revolves around two siblings, a younger sister (Autum Reeser) and an overprotective brother (Tad Hilgenbrink). The villain of the movie is played by Angus Sutherland, the brother of Keifer Sutherland who also starred in the original movie and when he claims the younger sister for his pack of vampires, it is up to her brother to save her, fortunately with the help Corey Feldman's character who is a vampire hunter and thankfully still a comic fan boy at heart.

The film will more than definitely be a hit with the younger viewers from its glamorized sense of violence, sex and nudity which the original was quite absent, although it's still an entertaining horror movie, although not quite on the same level. Feldman does however lend some credibility to the movie and the uncut version also contains a great alternative ending and also the possibility of a Lost Boys 3.

Great video and audio quality, The Lost Boys 2 - The Tribe contains some interesting music videos, however Edgar Frogs Guide is the winning piece of the special features as are the two alternative endings.

Special Features:

2 Alternate Endings
Action Junkies featurette
"Cry Little Sister" music video
"Yeah Whatever" music video
Edgar Frogs Guide






 
 



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