This is kind of a neat era book, with a more focused scope than normal for White Wolf. It's a bit irritating that the product was basically started as a joke, but then given a modicum of legitimacy, or at least that is the way that this book reads. It retains a fun element to it, though, and it is an echo of what Vampire might have been had it come out in 1985.
That having been said, it is short, and probably not worth the price at which it is currently listed. It is a novelty product, at best, and while it is informative enough, you'd really do better watching the Lost Boys and anything by John Hughes back to back.
I do like this product, but it can't really decide how seriously to take itself. If you ask me, any amount is too much. 2 stars.
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