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One could argue that Friday The 13th: The Final Chapter is the best sequel in the twelve films made thus far in the franchise. It has some of the series' greatest kills, it features George McFly (Crispin Glover) getting a corkscrew in the eyeball, and it sets up Jason Voorhees' greatest adversary in Tommy Jarvis, originally played by Corey Feldman.
12-year-old Tommy Jarvis, an SFX make-up enthusiast, was the only person to ever defeat Jason single handedly in a fist fight (so to speak). And for years, fans have been clamoring for his return.
The character appeared again in Friday the 13th: A New Beginning, played for a second time by Corey Feldman in a flashback at the very beginning of the movie. John Shepherd then assumes the role, playing an older Jarvis who winds up at a halfway house for special needs kids. The character appeared for a 3rd »
Coery Feldman Talks Life, Angeles, and 6 Degrees of Hell, on Blu-ray and DVD this week
It's been awhile since we chatted with Corey Feldman. Way back in May of 2011, the very busy actor revealed his part in the death of Osama Bin Laden*, as seen in the popular documentary Operation Belvis Bash. And then he literally disappeared. He fell of the map...
Well, Sort of.
After shooting five movies under the radar, Corey left Hollywood for the UK, where he trained to become a world class figure skater, competing in the popular British TV series Dancing on Ice.
He's back on our shores now, though, still living the life of a blue collar actor, despite being a national treasure. There is no rest for the wicked, and it seems Feldman has been burning plenty of midnight oil. This Tuesday finds the cult idol mainstay taking on a (sorta) lead role in 6 Degrees of Hell, »
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