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The team behind the incredibly in-depth A Nightmare On Elm Street series documentary, Never Sleep Again, are in the final stages of putting the finishing touches on Crystal Lake Memories! Director Dan Farrands and co have created a seven hour (!) doc centered around slasher icon Jason Voorhees and each entry in the franchise, narrated by Tommy Jarvis himself, Corey Feldman!
If you’ve seen Never Sleep Again, you know no stone will be left unturned concerning all things Friday The 13th. It’s to going to be a mammoth of information, and it’ll all be available on Blu-ray in the near future. Definitely makes up for the lack of a sequel, huh?
Check out the official press release below:
“With a running time of approximately seven hours, Crystal Lake Memories: The Complete History of Friday the 13th explores each film — from the seminal 1980 slasher hit to the 2009 reboot, including »
- Justin Edwards
From drug abuse to rehab to hanging out with Michael Jackson at Neverland, Corey Feldman has seen it all. But he's never told the entire story - until now. Feldman, 41, whose memoir, Coreyography, comes out this October, exudes that trouble and darkness on his face in the book's cover photo, seen here first on People. "After a lifetime of rumors and misconceptions," Feldman says, "I can finally set the record straight and tell my story the way it as meant to be told." Emancipated at age 15 from a family Feldman calls dysfunctional, he dated Drew Barrymore and became best friends »
We've seen Jason Voorhees stab a lot of people in the head... and everywhere else for that matter. That being said, the following video is something so ridiculously funny and hilarious that it's guaranteed to embed itself in your mind. Especially when your chillin' in an outhouse!
Somewhere right now director Danny Steinmann is smiling down on us all.
Friday the 13th Part V: A New Beginning Synopsis:
The murderous spirit of Jason Voorhees lives on in this horror sequel, although the plot hinges on the mystery of whether the killer's body actually survives. Opening with a nightmare prologue in which Corey Feldman reprises his role as Tommy Jarvis, the boy who killed Jason in the previous installment, the film jumps forward several years to when a teenaged Tommy (John Shepherd), haunted by visions of Jason returning to life, moves into a group home for mentally disturbed kids. Almost as soon as he arrives, »
- Uncle Creepy
Warner Bros. is moving forward with a remake to their 1984 classic Gremlins, with Seth Grahame-Smith and David Katzenberg coming on board to produce. The studio is currently seeking a director, but it is not known who will write the screenplay at this point.
Back in January, we reported that the studio was planning the reboot, with Steven Spielberg possibly returning to executive produce. His involvement with the remake has not been confirmed as of yet. That report said the remake would likely not move ahead without Steven Spielberg coming on board.
Joe Dante directed the original Gremlins, which starred Zach Galligan as a young man who receives a mogwai as a gift from his father, with three explicit rules: do not get them wet, do not feed them after midnight, and do not expose them to bright light. When these rules are broken, the gremlins begin to reproduce and create havoc upon this sleepy town. »
This year, at the Grauman’s Egyptian Theater in Hollywood, Entertainment Weekly and the American Cinematheque teamed up for the inaugural CapeTown Film Festival, and hopefully this festival is here to stay. The past week, I’ve gone to a few of the screenings, joining the hordes of fanboys and girls cheering for their favorite picture(s).
The lineup has been stellar, featuring classics both old and new. On Tuesday, EW staged an early screening of Iron Man 3 before the U.S. premiere date of May 3rd, with Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige in attendance. The next day was Edgar Wright Day, with Shaun Of The Dead and Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World being shown, with Edgar Wright joined by stars Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Brandon Routh, Satya Bhabha, and Scott Pilgrim creator Bryan Lee O’Malley. On Thursday, John Carpenter’s The Thing terrified the sold out crowd with a 35 mm print, »
- Andy Greene
A comic adventure story about a group of children on a wild hunt for buried pirate treasure touched an entire generation of young moviegoers in the 1980s, and many of the most hardcore fans of Richard Donner’s The Goonies were in attendance Sunday for a panel and screening of the film at EW’s first-ever CapeTown Film Festival.
Present at the sell-out event’s panel were two Goonies — Corey Feldman and Jeff Cohen, who played Chunk — and Robert Davi, who played the singing Fratelli brother, Jake. Below are some of the highlights.
+ Davi can actually sing
Prison escapee Jake »
- Sandra Gonzalez
Unfortunately, Goonies director Richard Donner will no longer be able to participate in a post-screening Q&A due to a last-minute conflict.
But several cast members Will be present to talk about the 1985 cult classic. Stars Corey Feldman (Mouth), Jeff Cohen (Chunk), and Robert Davi (Jake Fratelli) will all be at the Egyptian Theater after today’s 4 p.m. screening for our panel discussion.
For more on CapeTown, stay tuned to EW. »
- Tim Stack
Studies have shown that Hidden Gems of the Week, EW.com’s collection of reader-submitted ridiculata, is the best way to enjoy Dancing With the Stars without ever having to turn it on. It’s a visual feast of sparkles, fringe, and stunning awkwardness. Ready to go down the rabbit hole? Behold this bountiful smattering of Visible Gems!
“Tom’s perfect deadpan look after Carrie Ann just said Jacoby could fart the salsa.” –emily t, endorsed by orville1970, Jem H, Fridgedancer, DonnaW, duranmom, Michele, Queue55, DebraD, TequilaSunrise, Wiltasaurus, Kevin M. Kawa, kfran
“This might be a tad immature of me, »
- Annie Barrett
The Goonies is a well loved children’s movie from the 80′s about a group of kids who go on a wild adventure after they kind a treasure map. The Goonies features early performances from well-known actors such as Sean Astin, Josh Brolin and Corey Feldman.
The Goonies has become something of a classic movie and the actors have gone on to make some other excellent movies… And some not so good movies. Both blockbuster hits and limited released films ranging from failed comedy, drama and action, The Goonies cast members have done some poor movies in their respected careers.
Here are just ten examples of such…
One day in the late 90’s some studio executive had the idea to reboot The Mod Squad. It starred future television celebrities Omar Epps, Claire Danes and Giovanni Ribisi, an actor who has not yet managed to get famous. »
- Mary Parr
Corey Feldman may have found something that has eluded him for years ... sadly it's not his career ... it's his very expensive jacket.The jacket was stolen right under Feldman's nose back in 2011 while he was hanging out at the House of Blues in L.A.. Corey wore the jacket in "Dream a Little Dream" and claims it's worth a cool $100k.Like a missing dog that returns home after years of wandering ... the jacket has »
- TMZ Staff
The 19-year-old pop star has been making headlines with erratic behavior that includes showing up late to concerts, passing out backstage, threatening paparazzi, wearing gas masks, going shirtless in freezing temperatures and allegedly spitting on a neighbor during an argument.
Bieber hasn't taken the negative press sitting down, and has fought back via Twitter and Instagram rants about fake stories and "countless lies." Now, after being accused of battery, the pop star is striking back again, telling Us Weekly that he's not on the verge of a breakdown, as reports suggest.
"The biggest misconception about me is that I'm a bad person," Bieber told the magazine. "I get upset about that. I have a big heart. I want to be a good role model, but some people want me to fail."
What's strange »
- Stephanie Marcus
Leonardo, Donatello, and Michelangelo have finally been cast in Ninja Turtles, producer Michael Bay's reboot of the franchise, and its not Corey Feldman, the Workaholics, or any of the other original cast members. Director Jonathan Liebesman (Battle: Los Angeles; Wrath of the Titans) has instead decided to go with a cast of relative unknowns.
Pete Ploszek, who only has two credits to his name with bit parts on Showtime's Shameless and NBC's Parks and Recreation, has been hired to play Leonardo, the blue masked katana expert of the group. He is the oldest turtle, and considered the leader.
Jeremy Howard has signed on as Donatello, the scientist and smartest of the turtles, a role originated by Corey Feldman. Don wears a purple mask and is a master of the bo staff. He is the least violent of the turtles and likes to use his brain rather than his fists in a conflict. »
One month after announcing that Megan Fox would star as April O’Neil in his Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles reboot, producer Michael Bay and director Jonathan Liebesman have cast the first of the four turtles.
So which Turtle is it and who’s going to play him – or rather provide the voice talent? Well according to Deadline the Turtle in question is bad ass rogue Raphael (previously voiced by Josh Pais in the 1990 original) and he’ll be played by 28 year old up and comer Alan Ritchson who’s past credits include the hit comedy series Blue Mountain State and the forthcoming Hunger Games sequel. However geeks the world over will probably remember him more as Aquaman on Smallville.
The role will require Ritchson to do mostly motion capturing work (i.e. Avatar) over putting on the bulky suits of the original live-action films from the 90s.
Ever since the »
- Matt Aspin
If you have a hankering for all things slasher, then you're gonna want to grab your machete and get ready to party as 88 Films are poised to unsheathe High Rising Productions' independent documentary Slice & Dice: The Slasher Film Forever in a double-dvd set on May 13th.
Ever since Alfred Hitchcock created Psycho in 1960, the story of a weapon-wielding madman - stalking and slaughtering helpless victims - has become a fixture of fear flicks and bludgeoned bombastic box office takings worldwide. Slice & Dice: The Slasher Film Forever takes an often irreverent look at this much-maligned, and frequently misunderstood, genre with commentary from some of the form's most celebrated filmmakers. Cutting an immediate presence on the screen, this delirious documentary delves into the history of hack 'em up cinema, investigates the rules of this teen-trepanning terror trend and even gives some pointers into how to survive a stint in the genre. »
This week in 1964 part two of Herschell Gordon Lewis’ Blood Trilogy, Two Thousand Maniacs! hit drive-in theaters much to the disgust of theater-goers. Two Thousand Maniacs is notable for featuring a Playboy Playmate and the patented Gordon Lewis level of gore mixed with ridiculous camp elements. Absurdly over-the-top deaths are presented with a carnival theme-dunk tank, barrel roll–in celebration of the end of the Civil War.
1985’s Friday the 13th: A New Beginning catches up with Jason after The Final Chapter, where a young Corey Feldman witnesses some dudes accidentally resurrecting the hockey-masked slasher. But no, this is just a dream. But, wait there is a killer on the loose! The twist ending is not much of a twist. Generally considered the worst addition to the series, Friday the 13th Part V, is thin on plot, but high on nudity.
An ‘80s shopping mall, teenagers partying after hours, and killer security robots. »
- Sara Castillo
The documentary Slice and Dice: The Slasher Film Forever - a look at horror's slasher film boom - is hitting UK DVD May 13th. While we don't have any word on a U.S. release, we do have a trailer to share with you.
Filleting-up numerous facts, which will appeal to both the seasoned follower of shock-cinema, and the more passive fan of fear-films, and featuring interviews with Corey Feldman (Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter), Tobe Hooper (The Texas Chain Saw Massacre), Mick Garris (Masters of Horror), Tom Holland (Child's Play), Jeffrey Reddick (creator: Final Destination), Adam Green (Hatchet) and Scott Spiegel (producer: Hostel series) to name but a few, this is a documentary which aptly investigates the appeal of the ever-endurable stalk and slash trend. Slice and Dice: The Slasher Film Forever explores all of the genre's most famous features - including Psycho, The Texas Chain Saw Massacre, »
Alan Ritchson, former Aquaman and future co-star in The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, has joined the Michael Bay produced Ninja Turtles as the sai-wielding, hot-tempered, red-bandanna wearing Raphael. The Jonathan Liebesman directed pic already has Megan Fox cast as April O'Neil and is now waiting to fill three more shells; Leondardo, Michaelangelo, and Donatello. I know quite a few people would like to see Corey Feldman reprise his role as Donatello, but he'd have to be »
- Paul Shirey
New York — In just four years, Justin Bieber has gone from fielding innocuous questions about his haircut to denying that he's in desperate need of rehab. Bieber's grown up and into tabloid territory, with his recent troubles making some question whether he's just the latest teen star gone wild.
In what could have been his worst week ever, the 19-year-old pop star struggled with his breathing and fainted backstage at a London show, was taken to a hospital and then was caught on camera clashing with a paparazzo. Days earlier, he was booed by his beloved fans when he showed up late to a concert.
Those incidents come after photos of Bieber appearing to smoke marijuana hit the Web, and some headlines have suggested that the ultra-popular star is going through a famous Britney Spears-style meltdown.
Others suggest he's struggling with a more common condition: being a teenager.
Happy 3/14, a.k.a. "Pi Day," a festive occasion in high school math wings when teachers sometimes bring in slices of Bavarian Cream and Lemon Meringue for their brainy students. Let's take this celebration of pie one step further and select the greatest pie scene in movie history. Pick one, then scroll down to see if yours matches mine.
You may have selected Octavia Spencer's scene-stealing work in The Help, or you may have picked Jason Biggs' virginal dalliance with an apple pie in American Pie. I'm going with a scene from one of my favorite candidates for "Best Movie Ever?", the amazing and touching coming-of-age jam Stand By Me, starring Wil Wheaton, River Phoenix, Corey Feldman, and Jerry O'Connell as a bunch of burnout kids who embark on a trek to find the body of a dead classmate.
When the quartet sits around a campfire one night, »
So many of us associate lovable actor Sean Astin with Samwise Gamgee of "The Lord of the Rings" fame, that we forget he was the lead child actor in '80s classic "The Goonies." Remember his adorable awkwardness and brace-face?
Moviefone caught up with Astin as he was heading to Toronto for Comic-Con, and we spoke about why "The Goonies" has never become uncool, whether Sloth was ever scary to him and being a child star in the '80s. Oh, and we also discussed that little "Lotr" trilogy.
Moviefone: This is great. I watched "The Goonies" all the time when I was growing up.
Sean Astin: Tell your parents I said sorry.
No way! They loved it too. I bet you watch with your kids.
I do, and they love it. Except I have to say, they are a bit scared of Sloth.
We all were!
[Laughs] Oh, I know. »
- Chris Jancelewicz
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