The Lost Boys was one of the most memorable horror films of the 80's let alone what is considered by many a top five vampire film. It can be described as very similar to a "Twilight" film of the day considering the cast pretty much consisted of every popular young male actor of the time for the purpose of selling the film to young women. It just so happens that the film is macho enough that it's enjoyable to both sexes since in the 80's horror films had to be violent and scary IE if it didn't get a "R" rating, it wasn't really a horror film. The premise of the original film is a family moves to a California town from Arizona and the young boys of the family have a run in with some delinquents of the town. The delinquents of course end up being a gang of vampires and the boys end up in a supernatural fight for their lives as the older one(Micheal) is being converted to a vampire in order to join the group while the younger (Sam) is attempting to prevent it. Why would someone want to become a vampire and hang out with a bunch of guys for all eternity you might ask? Simple...He was trying to get some. You see the head of the delinquent crew had a hot girlfriend named Star (Jami Gertz).
So now we fast forward almost two decades later to 2008 and after years of failed scripts we get a straight to DVD sequel to the film called Lost Boys: The Tribe. What makes this film different from the first you ask? Very Little. Basically it is just the same events that happened in the first film happening again two decades later to a different family. This time the one being recruited into the vampire fold is a young girl named Nicole (Autumn Reeser)
Nicole isn't the only female vampire of this film. This films version of Star comes in the form of a bikini clad babe named Lisa (Moneca Delain who also fangs out in the films Blood Angels as a half vampire and Trick r' Treat as a werewolf).
Finally two years later we get the final installment of the series 2010's Lost Boys: The Thirst. In this film Edgar Frog (Corey Feldman who is the only person to appear in all 3 films) is hired by a woman to save her brother from a vampire DJ who is planning on turning people via using vampire blood as social drugs during raves. Eventually we find out that wasn't the case at all and that he was being used just to get another vampire out of the way by a vampire but this film was basically no more than a nostalgia film.
At the end of the second movie it was teased that the story was going to be much different with more of a civil war between characters from the first film premise....