Horror. Well, awesome 80’s vampire biker horror. But still…horror. For many people this was and still remains a wonderful vampire flick and is a must see for Kiefer Sutherland fans. This movie had it all! Vampires, sassy puns, an awesome hippie grandfather, the Corey’s, sex, and Kiefer Sutherland. For all those who grew up with hard 90’s grunge you’ll have to open your mind a bit. 80’s soundtracks are a whole other level of special. Hard Rock was Hair Metal and INXS were soundtrack marvels.
This soundtrack had some Michael Hutchence in there but when you watch the movie I swear the sax guy was Tina Turner’s sax guy from Mad Max! One of the more memorable songs was a cover The Doors “People Are Strange” which was nicely done and a good version of “Don’t let the Sun Go Down On Me”. The movie is actually a lot of fun and the soundtrack totally emphasizes that.
- “Good Times” by INXS and Jimmy Barnes
- “Lost in the Shadows (The Lost Boys)” by Lou Gramm
- “Don’t Let the Sun Go Down on Me” by Roger Daltrey –
- “Laying Down the Law” by INXS and Jimmy Barnes
- “People Are Strange” by Echo & the Bunnymen
- “Cry Little Sister (Theme from The Lost Boys)” by Gerard McMann
- “Power Play” by Eddie & the Tide
- “I Still Believe” by Tim Cappello
- “Beauty Has Her Way” by Mummy Calls
- “To the Shock of Miss Louise” by Thomas Newman