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  • b0n3-h34d
    06.12.2021 - 1 hour ago

    david: we lost marko

    paul: i got this

    paul: MARCO

    about 100 different people on the boardwalk: POLO

    paul: shit nvm

    #the lost boys #tlb #the lost boys 1987 #tlb 1987#marko tlb#david powers#david tlb#paul tlb
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  • sorrowisawoman
    06.12.2021 - 1 hour ago
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  • queentin-tarantula
    06.12.2021 - 4 hours ago

    Maurice (1987) - dir. James Ivory

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  • legal-lost-boy
    06.12.2021 - 5 hours ago
    #i can talk about this movie for years #please never be sorry to flood my inbox with lostboys stuff 💕 #we fully support Vampire Rights here #lost boys 1987 #the lost boys #the lost boys 1987 #ask
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  • nuclearbummer
    06.12.2021 - 5 hours ago
    #cat fancy magazine #1987
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  • perawuat
    06.12.2021 - 7 hours ago

    Fans of "The lost boys 1987" raise a hand if you are there, I would love to make friends with you and talk

    #the lost boys 1987
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  • tord78967
    06.12.2021 - 7 hours ago

    More baxter and barney

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  • legal-lost-boy
    06.12.2021 - 7 hours ago
    #they ate nazis and murderers and rapists probably #occasionally just the random person or child idk #but i like to think they knew what types to eat specifically #good thought dude #lost boys 1987 #the lost boys #the lost boys 1987 #ask
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  • turtlethon
    06.12.2021 - 10 hours ago

    "Beneath These Streets”

    Season 3, Episode 1

    First US Airdate: October 19, 1989 First BBC UK broadcast: April 3, 1990

    Splinter is left in critical condition after Shredder unleashes an experimental ray gun.

    The third season of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles kicks off with “Beneath These Streets”, written by season 2 mainstay Michael Reaves. In the UK, the BBC would begin broadcasting the third season the week after the second one had concluded. Around this time Teenage Mutant Hero Turtles also began airing every day on Galaxy, BSB’s new flagship satellite TV channel, and within the first few weeks not only would they catch up with the BBC but leave them in the dust. From this point onwards, all future Turtles episodes will get their UK premieres on BSB (and later, Sky). Concrete data for when each episode of TMHT first aired on satellite is seemingly impossible to come by now though, so moving forward I can only provide airdates for the BBC premieres.

    This one opens with the oddly squat looking Turtles – Donatello in particular is tiny here - each enjoying their own leisurely pursuits. Splinter asks why they aren’t performing their daily katas, and is furious when the Turtles suggest they need some down-time. He hurls each of them across the room, then reminds them that even though Shredder and Krang appeared to be vanquished (in “Return of the Technodrome”), there’s no guarantee they won’t return.

    Our villains are indeed very much alive, but in need of a vital component as the silicon brain of the Technodrome has been damaged. Krang explains to Shredder that he’ll need to go to the surface to obtain a vital component for its repair, using the transport modules to journey up from the Earth’s core.

    Driving around New York, the weary Turtles complain that Splinter has been making them do six hours of ninjitsu training and patrol the streets every night. Deciding that they need a break, they purchase tickets to see the movie “Kung-Fu Commandos vs. Chainsaw Cheerleaders”.

    April is reporting on the unveiling of a Medi-Laser, a ray-gun type device that has healing properties. Working the camera is regular Vernon, which I assume means we’ve seen the last of “Handsome Vernon”. Splinter interrupts the conference via Turtlecom to ask if April has seen the Turtles, who unbeknownst to him have turned their communicators off. Moments later Shredder and his mutants arrive. They take the Medi-Laser and hurl the professor who invented it onto a trolley, pushing it into both April and a nearby barrier.

    Later, the Turtles finally emerge from the cinema, and begin discussing the idea that someone could make a movie about them. “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles,” says Donatello, “I like the sound of that”. A little wink and a nod there to forthcoming attractions: when this episode would have been in production (in late 1988 or early 1989) the live-action TMNT movie would have also been in early development.

    With the Turtles opting to get a pizza (and thus remaining unreachable), Splinter – accompanied by April – steps in to try and stop Shredder. But by reversing the polarity of the Medi-Laser, it becomes a deadly weapon. Shredder escapes and leaves his old foe knocked out, but doesn’t realise that during the battle he managed to lose a vital component of the laser.

    Looking rather stumpy again, our heroes return to the lair to find April tending to a comatose Splinter – a reversal of the same situation we saw last season in “Enter: The Fly”. They vow to track down Shredder and retrieve the Medi-Laser in order to reverse its effects.

    Back in the Technodrome, Krang attempts to use the Medi-Laser on the rolling fortress’s silicon brain – a green, slimy looking dome surrounded by cables – only for it to fire off in all directions. The directional component for the laser has been lost, and so Shredder will need to return to the surface to retrieve it.

    After the team mistakes a man dressed as if he belongs in a Sherlock Holmes movie for Shredder, Raphael patrols the city using the Turtle Blimp while the rest of the team return to the lair. However, Shredder has correctly determined that the Turtles must now be in possession of the laser’s missing component. He sends Rocksteady and Bebop out to cause chaos in order to lure the Turtles out into the open, planning to follow them back into the sewers and ambush the green teens.

    Things play out exactly as Shredder had planned until Leonardo becomes aware the team are being tracked. The Turtles quickly defeat their enemies and manage to obtain the Medi-Laser in the process, only to lose the control module.

    Shredder discovers by way of a convenient newspaper that travels down a sewer pipe that a second Medi-Laser has been built to replace the one he stole. At the same time the Turtles learn this via a news report on TV, and correctly deduce that Shredder’s next step will be to attempt to steal the replacement.

    Much like with “Invasion of the Punk Frogs” last season, this is where I have to step in and start asking questions about the passage of time here. Since the first Medi-Laser was stolen by Shredder, not only has an entirely new one been built from scratch, but the story of its successful replacement made it into a newspaper. Not only that, but said newspaper isn’t hot off the press, it’s apparently had time to circulate through the New York sewer system. Given that Splinter was hit by the Medi-Laser the same night it was stolen – while the Turtles were at the movies – how long has he been in critical condition for? Days? Weeks?

    The rest of the episode plays out largely as you might expect. Shredder does indeed steal the second Medi-Laser, the Turtles confront him and his mutants, they win and retrieve the Medi-Laser. There’s a fun bit where Leonardo not only disarms Rocksteady, but also leaves him standing around in his boxer shorts. Ultimately the Turtles are victorious and retrieve the second laser.

    We get one last appearance by the stubby Turtles as they revive Splinter with the Medi-Laser (I can only assume one person with some very creative ideas about proportions was assigned these scenes in the lair). Michaelangelo gets in his closing pizza-related one-liner but unusually this isn’t the end of the episode. This one instead closes with a drenched Shredder, flanked by Bebop and Rocksteady, returning to the Technodrome and placing a sheet of metal over the opening on Krang’s android body to shut him up.

    “Beneath These Streets” is a serviceable but by no means remarkable season opener. The Turtles having to race against time to save April or Splinter is a familiar scenario by this point, as is the back-and-forth with Shredder to gain control of the macguffin of the day. This one is carried by Shredder and Krang’s banter, and if nothing else at least has some historical significance as it kicks off the longest and perhaps most memorable season of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.

    #Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #TMNT#Ninja Turtles#TMNT 1987#1989 #Beneath These Streets #Turtlethon
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  • afraidofmymind
    06.12.2021 - 21 hours ago

    What kind of wings, does the lost boys have?

    #the lost boys 1987
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  • b0n3-h34d
    06.12.2021 - 21 hours ago

    i think that if david werent painfully homosexual hed be homophobic

    #everytime i read a straight x reader fic with him i think 'yeah hed hatecrime me' #the lost boys #tlb #the lost boys 1987 #tlb 1987#david tlb
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  • pitiful-anonymous-vampire
    06.12.2021 - 21 hours ago

    Random Lost Boys pics because why not? 🥰

    #the lost boys #the lost boys 1987 #the lost boys behind the scenes #tlb 1987 #marko the lost boys #laddie the lost boys #dwayne the lost boys #david the lost boys #the awesome monster bashers #paul the lost boys #michael the lost boys
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  • nuclearbummer
    06.12.2021 - 21 hours ago
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  • oscarwetnwilde
    06.12.2021 - 21 hours ago

    Maurice: deleted scene:

    ''Take care of yourself. Don't overdo the ruins.''

    #Maurice 1987#James Wilby#Hugh Grant #Let me tell you #I had to screencap these with my video player and another video #And it was pain #Because my VLC Player doesn't screencap correctly #This was a gif making struggle #But I like this scene
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  • someonebored0100
    06.12.2021 - 22 hours ago

    I saw this hilarious clip from an episode from that old TMNT show and I edited it to make a reaction clip

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