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Creamguide (Films) Commentaries: The Lost Boys

Are you afraid to face Chris, Craig and Jack, David? Never invite Creamguide (Films) into your home, or else you will get this commentary podcast, which reflects on a superior entry into the cinematic vampiric canon. Come for the chat about The Lost Boy’s elegant, self-working plot and stay for the chat in which Jack correctly identifies that Automan was on BBC1 not ITV. If you don’t want to listen to the commentary using our player (above), then Download this episode (right click and save) (69 MB). Or, to save you all this hassle, just subscribe to our podcast via iTunes.

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  1. DarthFlanFlinger

    March 5, 2020 at 11:32 am

    Great commentary. This is one of the films that had a resurgence in popularity once it was broadcast on television – late 1990/Christmas 1990 for this one I think. See also the far more populist resurgence of ‘Dirty Dancing’ (in fact affirmation as no-one I know saw it in the cinema at the time) in 1990. That one even brought ‘I’ve Had the Time of My Life’ back into the charts.

    One might also argue that the inclusion of ‘People Are Strange’ on the soundtrack plus ‘TLB’s soundtrack’s massive popularity. led to the brief rebirth of ‘The Doors’ fandom prior to and during the Oliver Stone movie.

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