Brunch Time Bloodsuckers


1987’s The Lost Boys is one of the greatest vampire movies ever made. It has everything you could possibly want out of the 80s: Corey Haim, Corey Feldman, Kiefer Sutherland, comic books, the Santa Cruz Boardwalk and a soundtrack with Echo and The Bunnymen covering the Doors hit, “People Are Strange.” This Saturday and Sunday at Nitehawk Cinema, catch this classic that’ll have you second-guessing what’s actually in that carton of rice you ordered from your local Chinese joint (if you don’t know what I’m talking about, you will after you see this) and wondering about your friends who only leave their homes at night. The fun starts at noon, but if that’s not enough horror for you, return at midnight for Halloween III, the only movie in the Halloween series to stray from the Michael Myers story line. It’s October—let’s get spooky, yo! —J.H.

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