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– The Lost Boys Vampire T-Shirt features the title which is a reference to the Lost Boys in J. M. Barrie’s stories about Peter Pan and Neverland, who, like the vampires, never grow up.
– There is a print of one of the vampires from the film named David on the front side of the The Lost Boys Vampire T-Shirt.
– If David is your preferred vampire of the bunch, this The Lost Boys Vampire T-Shirt serves to show your love for him!
– Wear this The Lost Boys Vampire T-Shirt and be wary of vampires in Santa Cruz !
-Printed with oil based plastisol inks
-Printed on AAA Alstyle Brand T-Shirts
-5.6 ounce, 100% cotton jersey fabric
-Seamless rib collar
-Double-needle sleeve and bottom hem
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The Lost Boys is a 1987 American horror comedy film directed by Joel Schumacher, produced by Harvey Bernhard with a screenplay written by Jeffrey Boam. Janice Fischer and James Jeremias wrote the film’s story. The film’s ensemble cast includes; Corey Haim, Jason Patric, Kiefer Sutherland, Jami Gertz, Corey Feldman, Dianne Wiest, Edward Herrmann, Alex Winter, Jamison Newlander, and Barnard Hughes. Director Joel Schumacher said he had “one of the greatest casts in the world. They are what make the film.”
The title is a reference to the Lost Boys in J. M. Barrie’s stories about Peter Pan and Neverland, who, like the vampires, never grow up. Most of the film was shot in Santa Cruz, California. The success of the film has spawned a franchise with two sequels (Lost Boys: The Tribe and Lost Boys: The Thirst), two comic book series and a future television series. According to Day, the central theme of The Lost Boys, “organised around loose allusions to Peter Pan”, is the tension surrounding the Emerson family and the world of contemporary adolescence.
The film was originally set to be directed by Richard Donner and the screenplay, written by Janice Fischer and James Jeremias, was modeled on Donner’s recent hit The Goonies (1985). In this way the film was envisioned as more of a juvenile vampire adventure with 13 or 14 year old vampires, while the Frog brothers were “chubby 8 year-old Cub Scouts” and the character of Star was a young boy. When Donner committed to other projects, Joel Schumacher was approached to direct the film. He insisted on making the film sexier and more adult, bringing on screenwriter Jeffrey Boam to retool the script and raise the ages of the characters.
A. Asbjørn Jøn wrote that The Lost Boys helped shift popular culture depictions of vampires. The film is often credited with bringing a more youthful appeal to the vampire genre by making the vampires themselves sexy and young. This inspired subsequent films like Buffy the Vampire Slayer. The scene in which David transforms noodles into worms was directly referenced in the 2014 vampire mockumentary film What We Do in the Shadows. The film inspired the song of the same name by the Finnish gothic rock band The 69 Eyes.
Most of the film was shot in Santa Cruz, California; locations include the Santa Cruz Boardwalk, the Pogonip open space preserve, and the surrounding Santa Cruz Mountains. Other locations included a cliffside on the Palos Verdes Peninsula in Los Angeles County, used for the entrance to the vampire cave, and a valley in Santa Clarita near Magic Mountain, where introductory shots were shot for the scene where Michael and the Lost Boys hang from a railway bridge. Stage sets included the vampire cave, built on Stage 12 of the Warner Bros. lot, and a recreation of the interior and exterior of the Pogonip clubhouse on Stage 15, which stood in for Grandpa’s house.