What do you do your first night out in your new town? Get to know your new neighbors -- dead and alive. How much do you know about the creatures of the night in this '80s horror favorite?
Both Corey Feldman and Corey Haim star in "The Lost Boys," as the characters Edgar Frog and Sam. It's their first film together.
Lucy, Michael, and Sam Emerson move from Phoenix, Arizona, to Santa Carla. Santa Carla is a fictional town, but it's based on the real-life location of Santa Cruz, California.
A gang of vampires, The Lost Boys, have overrun the town of Santa Carla.
Nobody touches the second drawer of the refrigerator, but Grandpa. That's where he keeps his root beers and his double-thick Oreo cookies.
Gerard McMahon's song "Cry Little Sister (Theme From The Lost Boys)," is the movie's theme song.
“Ain’t Got No Home," "Groovin" and "Walk This Way" are all in the movie but don't appear on the soundtrack.
Executive producer Richard Donner was originally supposed to direct the movie but bowed out to direct "Lethal Weapon."
That's Tim Cappello, who you'll also see performing with Tina Turner and others.
Sam's dog's name is Nanook.
Sam has a poster of Rob Lowe hanging on his closet door.
Michael and Sam's mom, Lucy, works at Max's video store on the boardwalk.
David, played by Kiefer Sutherland, is the leader of the vampires.
When neither Laddie, Michael nor Star turn back into their normal human selves after David is killed, the vampire hunters realize David isn't the head vampire.
Max is the head vampire and leader of David and the Santa Carla vampire gang, whom he calls his boys.
Max's original motivation was to get Lucy as a mother for his Lost Boys.
Grandpa's car impales Max with a wooden fence post when it crashes through the house.
"Laddie" Thompson is the missing boy on the milk carton.
All of these artists appear on the soundtrack, but it's Echo and The Bunnymen who cover "People Are Strange" for the film.
Maggots, Michael. You’re eating maggots.
The Boys sleep hanging upside down in a cave.
"Michael" is spoken more than 100 times in the movie.
The Surf Nazis also claim this turf but are -- as we see at a bonfire -- frequent Lost Boys' victims.
Before killing him, David says to Greg, "Hey, dude. My beach, my wave."
The Frog Brothers kill Marko with a wooden stake.
"The Lost Boys" tagline includes, "Sleep all day. Party all night. Never grow old. Never die. It's fun to be a vampire." But not, "You are who you eat."
"Good Times," originally released in 1968 by a band called the Easybeats, was the only song from "The Lost Boys" soundtrack to chart. The film's version, performed by INXS with Jimmy Barnes, hit No. 47 on the Billboard Hot 100.
Jason Patric's brother Joshua John Miller appeared as Homer in "Near Dark," the same year "The Lost Boys" was released,
Jason Patric and Jami Gertz worked together in "Solarbabies" before starring in "The Lost Boys."
Joel Schumacher suggested Corey Feldman rent Chuck Norris and Sylvestor Stallone movies, like "Cobra," "First Blood" and "Missing in Action" to get into character.
"The Lost Boys" are the boys who wouldn't grow up in "Peter Pan."
The L.A. Guns covered "Cry Little Sister (Theme From the Lost Boys)," but they didn't sample it.
In 2007, director Joel Schumacher was quoted as saying, ”I told them to do 'Lost Girls.' It'd be great. I said, 'Do gorgeous teenage biker chicks who are vampires. It'll be great.' But they don't listen to me."
At the 2010 Young Hollywood Awards, Ben Stiller said -- possibly jokingly, possibly not -- that he'd auditioned for "The Lost Boys."
Jason Patric shared a Razzie with Sandra Bullock for Worst Screen Couple in "Speed 2: Cruise Control."
Joel Schumacher directed the video for INXS' hit, "Devil Inside."