Pop artist Truck Torrence took it upon themselves to animate the movie's Tim Cappello "I Still Believe" saxophone scene on the Santa Cruz boardwalk, which might just be one of the most '80s-est cinematic moments of the entire 1980s. This version of the song was a cover of the one released by The Calls in 1986.
Watch the cute little animation below:
"October is just a great excuse to draw all my favorite horror movies, so every year I try and do something that scratches that itch," Torrence told SYFY WIRE. "I eventually always go back to the Lost Boys because it's one of my all time favorites. I really just want someone to hire me to make a full length kawaii Lost Boys animated movie so I can die in peace."
For the live-action sequence, check out the video below:
Lost Boys was director Joel Schumacher's fourth feature film and starred Corey Haim and Jason Patric as two brothers that move to a new town, only to discover that it's infested with blood-sucking vampires. The movie is also notable for co-starring Kiefer Sutherland, Alex Winter, Jami Gertz, Corey Feldman, and Dianne Wiest.
While it received two lackluster direct-to-video sequels many years later, Lost Boys continues to remain a cultural fixture of not only the decade it was made in, but of the vampire genre as well. And hey, we can always look forward to that musical prequel!