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Watch ‘The Lost Boys’ Sexy Sax Man Seduce Michael!


Here’s a great way to kick off a party with some laughs.

Just pop on this YouTube video edited by Yeedeed, which features the epic sax guy from Joel Schumacher’s 1987 The Lost Boys.

The absolutely hilarious video features 3 blissful minutes of sexual awakening by Michael (Jason Patric) and Sam (Corey Haim) as the sexy sax man shakes his hips and rocks out on stage.

Man, the ’80s were awesome.



  • SonOfVoorhees

    Come on, thats awesome. lol. Amazing how heavy music years ago looks really gay now. I cant wait till 20 years from now heavy metal bands considered hardcore are compared to Telltubbies.

    • ktn

      Yeah. This is Heavy music now:

      And it still features SEXY SAX MAN, look at 3:31 minutes on this video.

      • ThunderDragoon

        Yikes, that’s considered music? Damn, I miss the 80’s.

        • ktn

          WOW, that hurts. I can agree that this video is pure shit, but not the music.
          That’s the first reaction everyone get from technical death metal: WTF is that shit?
          After listening a few more times you realise how great it is.

          • ktn


          • GothicGuido

            Ugh. Technicality and difficulty does not = good music, I hate that defense. That’s like me saying “Friday” is pop classic, you just don’t get it… The human connection of longing for Friday! Beautiful stuff.

            Back on Topic, hilarious video lol.

          • ktn

            GothicGuido, i’m not saying that technical, dificult, ultrafast music means automatically good music. I hate when people say that too. What i mean is when someone listen technical death metal for the first time, it just looks like a incomprehensive mess, despite it being good or not.
            And i know, most of tech-death bands are shit, they just rip-off necrophagist and DEATH, but The Faceless is not one of that bands.

  • ThunderDragoon

    XD How do you find these? Love it lol. Still my favorite vampire movie.

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