Welcome, weary traveler, to the refurbished Hotel Twilight, the finest resort you should rest your mind in in all of Santa Carla. When you’ve caught your breath, why don’t you head on over to the front desk and check in for your stay? While the hotel may look to be constantly bustling, we are always capable of rooming those that need it. Once you’re all good and settled, why not take a gander throughout the premises? We have so much to offer all of our guests, especially after night falls. If I may offer a bit of advice, however, I do say, after dark, it is safer within these walls than without. Santa Carla, you see, while it is a vacation town, those seeking to get lost often do.
I’ve talked your ear off enough. Go and accustom yourself to your room and should you need anything, please don’t hesitate to contact room service. Also, be sure to check the bulletin board down below for the latest goings-on at Hotel Twilight. You wouldn’t want to miss anything.
Now, where shall your wanderings take you tonight?
Last updated 11/11/16: Just a couple things. Thanks to my friend Theresa over at Marked by the Boys I have four new David press kit photos. The first two on the Press Kit page in The Gallery, and the last two vertical images on that same page. I also created a new page for the comics that started coming out last month. Right now I have #1 and its variant. I just ordered #2. Four more to go. You can find some scans from that in The Gallery as well, on the page labeled Lost Boys Comic.
Anyone hear about the upcoming Lost Boys TV show? It’s set to be produced by Rob Thomas for the WB and the premise will be a 7 season series where each season will highlight a decade with the boys, starting with the 60s. The only constant will be the four Lost Boys. Everything else will change around them. Find more information about that here. No idea when it’s supposed to start airing. Later in 2017 or maybe mid-season 2018? Personally I’ll give it a shot. Anything to keep The Lost Boys relevant 30 years after its original release, so long as the creators take care of it and don’t look at it like nothing more than a cheap cash cow (I’m looking at you, The Tribe!).