This classic 80s vampire flick isn't a hard R. In fact, it shouldn't really be rated R at all, because the content is no worse than today's average PG-13 thriller. When brothers Michael and Sam Emerson (played by the late Corey Haim) move to live with their kooky Grandpa in the town of Santa Carla, they find out that things aren't as they seem. Meaning? The town is crawling with vampires, most notably, a gang of teenage vamp boys - the 'lost boys'. When Michael gets mixed up in this deadly gang, it's up to Sam and his new friends, the self-proclamed vampire hunting Frog Brothers, to save Michael and the rest of Santa Carla from the bloodsuckers. Because this is a vampire movie, there's definitely a fair bit of language (some 's-words' and 'h-words') and carnage, but it's all fairly stylized/cartoonish and offset by the witty overall tone of the movie. This movie is action-packed and full of fun battle sequences and one-liners. Standout characters are the young teen vampire hunting Frog Brothers (one of whom is played by then-child star Corey Feldman), David (the leader of 'the lost boys', played by a young Kiefer Sutherland), and spitfire Grandpa Emerson. There are messages about being brave, standing up for yourself, and not succumbing to peer pressure that shine through here. It's a wonderful thriller that encompasses the best of the 80s: teen movies, thrillers, and vampires. If you're a fan of any of those genres, then this film is a must-see.