LOST BOYS: THE TRIBE on DVD
LOST BOYS: THE TRIBE, the sequel to the cult classic The Lost Boys, will be released on Blue-Ray and DVD on July 29th.
There will be two versions of the DVD available, a single disc rated edition and a single disc Uncut edition both with widescreen and full screen formats.
I also wanted to mention that the original 1987 The Lost Boys will also be released on Blue-ray on July 29th as well.
I haven’t heard much about the movie, apart from it being the sequel to The Lost Boys and seeing the drama that happened on the shoot when I watched an episode of The Two Coreys on A&E (so addicted to this show by the way). As you might know Corey Feldman and Corey Haim both make appearances in the film, which could be fun.
And for those of you who are going to be at Comic Con next week, there will be a screening of Lost Boys: The Tribe on Thursday, July 24th in Ballroom 20 at 10pm.
Synopsis: Lost Boys The Tribe takes place in Luna Bay , where vampire surfers quickly dispatch anyone who crosses their path. Into this dark world arrive moody Chris Emerson (Tad Hilgenbrinck) and his shy sister, Nicole (Autumn Reeser). Having lost their parents in a car accident, the siblings move in with their eccentric Aunt Jillian and become new prey for the local surfers. When Nicole unwittingly drinks the blood of a vampire, Chris must locate and destroy the gang’s Head Vampire, Shane (Angus Sutherland), before his sister’s transformation is complete.
The DVD will feature:
Lost Boys: The Tribe: Action Junkies —A piece showcasing the various extreme sports stunt choreography throughout the film.
Edgar Frog’s Guide to Coming Back Alive — A “How To Kill” doc showcasing various weapons and methods for disposing of vampires. Hosted by Corey Feldman in character as Edgar Frog.
Alternate Endings: — Two alternate endings featuring a familiar face from the 1987 Original.
Blu-ray disc includes a bonus Digital Copy of the film.
- Featuring all-new remix music video of “CRY LITTLE SISTER” by original THE LOST BOYS artist G Tom Mac.
- Three music videos by Yeah Whatever: “Downfall,” “Hell is Full,” “It’s Over Now”
Check out a promo for the movie below.