Well I just watched Richard Donner's original "The Omen" the other day. Now there's a psuedo-regligious movie that is worth getting out the popcorn and butter for. With Greogry Peck and Lee Remick slumming it, taut pacing, a CREEPY little kid, and some spectacular murders, it's obvious audiences were certainly getting more of their money's worth 20 years ago. The sequel wasn't half bad either. Unfortuately, things slip quite a bit by the third but I have decided to revisit it via my Netflix que, regardless.
I doubt I will see the remake, because the first movie is damn near perfect for what it is.
BTW: I enjoyed the heck of the Lost Boys. It's one of my alltime favorites. I am glad Keifer is doing well, because I have really enjoyed much of his work since seeing that flick.
I've always wondered this:
Kiefer Sutherland was the "star" vampire in the Lost Boys (well, besides "Starr"), which must be considered the "sire" of Buffy the Vampire Slayer, or at least the TV series of it.
Donald Sutherland was the original "Watcher" in the movie, "Buffy the Vampire Slayer."
They are obviously father-and-son.
Any relation to Christine Sutherland, the Mom in the TV series?