13 Great Horror Movies That Are Not That Scary

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The Lost Boys (1987)

Two bothers become involved with a gang of mischievous bloodsucking bikers, with the older sibling (Jason Patric) drawn into joining them and the younger one (Corey Haim) inspired to hunt them, in a coastal California town.

How Scary Is It?: Directed by Joel Schumacher, The Lost Boys is still often regarded today as one of cinema’s finest vampire stories for its unique modernization of Bram Stoker-pioneered lore partially, and humorously, told from a child’s point of view that, despite its R rating, makes it a great introduction to the classic horror creature for younger viewers – perhaps 13 and up.

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