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'Lost Boys The Tribe' Explodes Onto Blu-Ray And DVD; Win It!

July 29th, 2008 6:00pm EDT
Lost Boys The TribePrepare to sink your teeth into the long-awaited and highly-anticipated next chapter of the cult phenomenon started by the 1987 cult classic The Lost Boys when Warner Premiere's Lost Boys The Tribe arrives on Blu-ray and DVD July 29th from Warner Home Video.

Lost Boys The Tribe is directed by P.J. Pesce from a script by Hans Rodionoff and stars Tad Hilgenbrinck (American Pie: Band Camp) as Chris Emerson, Angus Sutherland (Passing Strangers) as Shane, Autumn Reeser (The O.C.) as Nicole Emerson, and Corey Feldman as Edgar Frog, the original vampire hunter with appearances by Jamison Newlander and Corey Haim from The Lost Boys.

An homage to the 1987 cult hit The Lost Boys, Lost Boys The Tribe tells the story of a brother and sister who move to a sleepy surf town in California, only to get mixed up with a gang of surfers and extreme sports junkies that are more than they appear to be.

Lost Boys The Tribe also features a remake of the iconic The Lost Boys song "Cry Little Sister" by G Tom Mac. The updated version of the classic song is performed by the up-and-coming band Aiden.

Lost Boys The Tribe will be available in two versions: a single disc rated edition with both widescreen and full screen formats and a single disc Uncut edition with widescreen and full screen formats. The uncut edition will also be available on Blu-ray.

In conjunction with Warner Premiere's direct-to-DVD launch of Lost Boys The Tribe, the 1987 original comedy-horror cult film The Lost Boys will make its Hi-Def debut also on July 29th. The Lost Boys Blu-ray Hi-Def will contain the same content as the DVD version of The Lost Boys Two-Disc Special Edition, including commentary by Director Joel Schumacher, interviews, featurettes, The Vampire's Photo Gallery, deleted scenes and more.

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 (Hilgenbrinck) and his shy sister, Nicole (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 (Sutherland), before his sister's transformation is complete.


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DVD special features:
-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.
-Music Videos: Featuring all-new remix music video of "Cry Little Sister" by original The Lost Boys artist G Tom Mac; and three music videos by Yeah Whatever: "Downfall," "Hell is Full," and "It's Over Now"

-Enter here for your chance to win a copy of "Lost Boys The Tribe" on DVD along with a copy of the Soundtrack CD!

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