|Starring||Jason Patric, Corey Haim, Kiefer Sutherland|
18 and up; Children 6 and up will be allowed only with a parent guardian. No children under the age of 6 will be allowed.
MONDO presents a special engagement of THE LOST BOYS, complete with a limited edition poster available for purchase exclusively at the event! You won't want to miss this screening!
Joel Schumacher directed some of the most daring Hollywood features of the 1980s.
THE LOST BOYS, the story of two brothers who move with their mother from Phoenix, AZ to a small coastal California town, may be considered chief among them all. Something is amiss in the small town, but the local police are unable to explain the recent spike in mysterious deaths. The younger boy, Sam (Corey Haim), quickly makes friends with two like-minded boys, Edgar and Alan Frog (respectively portrayed by Corey Feldman and Jamison Newlander).
The Frog boys inform Sam that their town is under attack by vampires and that it is their duty to rid the town of its pest problem. When Sam's older brother, Michael (Jason Patric), gets mixed up with a gang of leatherclad bikers, everyone gets more than they bargained for.
THE LOST BOYS is a staple of 1980s horror, a film that informed a generation that reading comics might just save your life and prepared all who watched it for how best to survive and/or prevent a vampire attack. Don't worry -- they can't come in unless you invite them in. No movie before or since has empowered youth to action like THE LOST BOYS, where the literal last line of defense rests with a team of three whose minds have been fed with broadcast TV, comic books, and a sincere belief in the supernatural.
Forget the adult world! Something strange is happening, people are dying left and right, and since nobody takes kids seriously (big mistake!), the fate of the coastal town lies with them.
Grab some garlic and come packing a wooden stake, because you'll want to protect yourself from these creatures of the night! (Sam Prime)
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