13 Great Horror Movies That Are Not That Scary

by Jeremy Spirogis
13 Great Horror Movies That Are Not That Scary

The Lost Boys (1987)

Two bothers turn out to be concerned with a gang of mischievous bloodsucking bikers, with the older sibling (Jason Patric) drawn into becoming a member of them and the youthful one (Corey Haim) impressed to hunt them, in a coastal California city.

How Scary Is It?: Directed by Joel Schumacher, The Lost Boys remains to be typically regarded today as one in all cinema’s best vampire tales for its distinctive modernization of Bram Stoker-pioneered lore partially, and humorously, informed from a toddler’s perspective that, regardless of its R score, makes it a fantastic introduction to the basic horror creature for youthful viewers – maybe 13 and up.

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