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Lifetime’s Corey Haim and Corey Feldman biopic A Tale of Two Coreys gets a trailer

Ahead of its premiere on Lifetime next month, a trailer has arrived online for A Tale of Two Coreys, the upcoming TV movie which is based on the lives of 1980’s teen stars Corey Feldman and Corey Haim. The film stars Elijah Marcano and Scott Bosely as Feldman, and Justin Ellings and Casey Leach as Haim, alongside Paula Lindberg as Judy Haim, B Howard as Michael Jackson, Patrick Muldoon as Bob Feldman and Ashley Scott as Sheila Feldman; watch the trailer below…

Feldman (Elijah Marcano and Scott Bosely) and Haim (Justin Ellings and Casey Leach) skyrocketed to fame after working together on the blockbuster movie The Lost Boys and quickly became young Hollywood heartthrobs. They collaborated on popular comedies including License to Drive and Dream a Little Dream and basked in being Tinseltown royalty in their early teens. But as their stars rose, their lives began to quickly spin out
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Lifetime's Two Coreys Trailer: Feldman and Haim Get Damaged by Hollywood

Lifetime's Two Coreys Trailer: Feldman and Haim Get Damaged by Hollywood
Lifetime has announced the premiere date for their A Tale of Two Coreys movie about the early stages of Corey Feldman and Corey Haim's tumultuous careers. They also released the first trailer, and it looks dark. The new Lifetime TV movie, executive produced by Feldman, based on the true story of the rise and fall of the "two Coreys," Feldman and fellow actor Haim, is set to premiere next month on Lifetime. The trailer was released today as well, and it features a third Corey for the soundtrack, Corey Hart, singing his hit 80s song "Sunglasses at Night."

A Tale of Two Coreys will debut on the Lifetime channel on January 6th, 2018 and it will focus on the beginning of Corey Feldman and Corey Haim's careers as well as their friendship into the dark Hollywood abyss. As previously mentioned, Feldman serves as executive producer of the movie, and
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A Tale of Two Coreys Offers an Inside Look at Hollywood's Darkest Secrets

A Tale of Two Coreys Offers an Inside Look at Hollywood's Darkest Secrets
The official trailer for A Tale of Two Coreys is here.

The Lifetime original film will follow the lives of young Corey Feldman — who executive-produced the flick — and Corey Haim as they attempt to navigate their quick, and sometimes confusing, rise to stardom.

Having first worked together on The Lost Boys in 1987, Feldman (portrayed by Elijah Marcano and Scott Bosely) and the late Haim (played by Justin Ellings and Casey Leach) became teenage Hollywood heartthrobs, collaborating on a handful of projects. As the duo continued to grow, their lives began to spiral out of control, and they found themselves enthralled
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New Mini-Documentary Bites Into the History of The Lost Boys

1987’s The Lost Boys is a classic vampire movie, no two ways around it. When people think of 80’s horror, the Joel Schumacher-directed film often ranks as one of the best that the decade had to offer. But for those of you who thoroughly enjoy the movie, how much do you actually know about it? […]

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Sheen Whistleblower Now Accused of Being Haim's Real Abuser

Sheen Whistleblower Now Accused of Being Haim's Real Abuser
It's been quite the week for anybody following Corey Feldman's Truth Campaign as well as the outside story of Charlie Sheen being accused of sexually assaulting Corey Haim in 1986 on the set of Lucas. The National Enquirer ran a story earlier this week accusing Sheen of raping Haim when he was just 13-years old, which the actor categorically denied through a statement released by a representative. The man behind the allegations is Dominick Brascia, who claims that Corey Haim told him about the incident before he passed away in 2010 at the age of 38. But now, the story has been flipped after Haim's mother appeared on the Doctor Oz show.

Judy Haim sides with Charlie Sheen and denies that he abused her son. As she doesn't know for certain, she explains to Doctor Oz that she would have known as Corey Haim was a "transparent" child and she would have noticed the differences right away.
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Haim's Mom Denies Charlie Sheen Allegations, Names a Different Abuser

Haim's Mom Denies Charlie Sheen Allegations, Names a Different Abuser
Corey Haim's mother, Judy Haim (which according to Corey Feldman, hasn't been her real last name in years), appears on today's episode of Doctor Oz, where she denies the Charlie Sheen accusations that he raped her son at the age of 13 on the set of Lucas, instead claiming that there is another man. The clip for the upcoming show bleeps out the name, but a quick search through the official Corey Haim website brings us to an interesting update that is believed to be from September 27th, 2016, which not only names the man in question, but also sheds light on current events. In fact, many are speculating that the official Corey Haim website recently posted the "update" and backdated it to form a false narrative and throw the public and police off of current allegations surrounding Charlie Sheen.

The Doctor Oz clip features Judy Haim denying the Charlie Sheen accusations and naming another man.
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‘Stranger Things’ Breakout Dacre Montgomery Defends Billy’s Bad Boy Behavior

‘Stranger Things’ Breakout Dacre Montgomery Defends Billy’s Bad Boy Behavior
[Editor’s Note: The following contains spoilers from Season 2 of “Stranger Things.”]

It’s Ok to hate Billy Mayfield, the bully who loudly and violently made a splash in Hawkins, Indiana, for the second season of “Stranger Things.” After all, he follows in the footsteps of some of the classic ‘80s bullies in films such as “Teen Wolf,” “Stand by Me,” “Pretty in Pink,” “The Lost Boys,” “Footloose,” and “Some Kind of Wonderful.”

In fact, breakout star Dacre Montgomery had to read Kiefer Sutherland’s scene from “Stand by Me” – the 1986 Stephen King film that’s set in the late ‘50s – to demonstrate that he was threatening enough for the role. Billy’s personality is so aggressive that he’s a danger to others around him. He even beats Steve (Joe Keery) to a bloody pulp during a confrontation at the Byers house.

Read More:‘Stranger Things’: Joe Keery on Steve’s Love Triangle and Almost Hitting His Costar With a
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‘Stranger Things’ Breakout Dacre Montgomery Defends Billy’s Bad Boy Behavior

‘Stranger Things’ Breakout Dacre Montgomery Defends Billy’s Bad Boy Behavior
[Editor’s Note: The following contains spoilers from Season 2 of “Stranger Things.”]

It’s Ok to hate Billy Mayfield, the bully who loudly and violently made a splash in Hawkins, Indiana, for the second season of “Stranger Things.” After all, he follows in the footsteps of some of the classic ‘80s bullies in films such as “Teen Wolf,” “Stand by Me,” “Pretty in Pink,” “The Lost Boys,” “Footloose,” and “Some Kind of Wonderful.”

In fact, breakout star Dacre Montgomery had to read Kiefer Sutherland’s scene from “Stand by Me” – the 1986 Stephen King film that’s set in the late ‘50s – to demonstrate that he was threatening enough for the role. Billy’s personality is so aggressive that he’s a danger to others around him. He even beats Steve (Joe Keery) to a bloody pulp during a confrontation at the Byers house.

Read More:‘Stranger Things’: Joe Keery on Steve’s Love Triangle and Almost Hitting His Costar With a
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10 Stephen King Movies to Cure Your Post-Halloween Blues

10 Stephen King Movies to Cure Your Post-Halloween Blues
Many fans use the whole month of October to celebrate Halloween and the horror genre in general, leading up to October 31, but now that All Hallows Eve has come and gone, the post-Halloween blues may be starting to sink in. Some simply cannot wait another full year to celebrate the genre that they love, and why should they? Horror is not simply limited to Halloween, it's an equal opportunity genre, and there's simply no reason to stop celebrating now that it's November. With that in mind, we'd like to present the top 10 Stephen King movies you should watch, to get out of your post-Halloween funk.

Why Stephen King? Aside from the fact that the author is a certified legend, and there shouldn't even need to be a reason, the author's work is in the midst of an amazing revival. His new adaptations such as It, Netflix's Gerald's Game
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Lost Boys: The History of Corey Feldman and Corey Haim's Friendship, From Teen Stardom to Tragedy

Lost Boys: The History of Corey Feldman and Corey Haim's Friendship, From Teen Stardom to Tragedy
In 1989, Corey Feldman and Corey Haim were barely 18 and on top of the world. Child actors made good, they had starred in quick succession in three teen classics—the box office hit The Lost Boys, License to Drive and Dream a Little Dream—that meant everything if you were anywhere near high school age at the time. And they had each other, the two Coreys by each other's side as they navigated the wild world of Hollywood. A world that's never wilder than when you're a young heartthrob, awash in fame, attention, money and seemingly endless possibilities. Feldman was a Los Angeles native who got his first acting credit at 8 as "Boy at Museum" in the...
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Judy Haim On Corey Feldman: ‘I’m Not Buying That He Needs $10 Million’

Judy Haim, the mother of the late Corey Haim, is speaking out on Corey Feldman’s campaign to fund a $10 million movie project, which he says will expose child abuse in the film industry. Speaking with Et Canada exclusively, the mother of “The Lost Boys” star questions the actions of her late son’s friend and former […]
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Haim's Mom Calls Feldman a Liar: There Is No Hollywood Pedophile Ring

Haim's Mom Calls Feldman a Liar: There Is No Hollywood Pedophile Ring
And so it begins. Corey Feldman is already being discredited in the press for his recent announcement that he plans to expose a huge pedophile ring in Hollywood. The actor himself said this would happen. Though, it's unlikely that he expected the first source of outcry. It is Corey Haim's mother who has denounced Feldman's claims in a scathing new interview. She calls the former 80s teen idol and current touring musician a scam artist. And she claims that his knowledge of a Hollywood pedophile ring are bogus.

Corey Haim's mother Judy, and Corey Feldman, have been feuding for a long time. Judy was displeased with Feldman's 2013 biography Coreyography, claiming that he discredits Corey Haim's legacy, and has brought shame to the Haim family. Feldman long ago agreed to never discuss Corey Haim or their shared sexual abuse stories to the press in recent years and he's
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Canceled Lost Boys Post-Credit Scene Revealed

Canceled Lost Boys Post-Credit Scene Revealed
Post-Credit scenes are nothing new. Even though Marvel has carved out its own niche with these end of credit moments, often used to set up future movies. Lovers of 80s cinema know that teen movie legend John Hughes often utilized these teasers, referred to as cookies, in some of his biggest hits, with the one in Ferris Bueller even getting parodied at the end of Deadpool. One movie from the 80s, which is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year, almost used its post-credit moment to set up a sequel. But due to budget cuts, the 1987 vampire hit The Lost Boys had to ditch it's final scene, which revealed more about the long history of the vampires led by David.

The Lost Boys was a landmark movie for its time. Way before Twilight, it reinvented the vampire genre, giving it a hip, cool reboot using hot looking teens vying for the
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Barbara Walters Telling Corey Feldman “You’re Damaging an Entire Industry” is More Relevant Now than Ever

Corey Feldman has been an actor ever since he appeared in a McDonald’s commercial at the age of three. Since that time, he has gone on to appear in numerous movies and TV shows, including more than a few media franchises that are still famous in modern times. For proof, look no further than the fact that he was in Gremlins, The Lost Boys, and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. With that said, a lot of people might be more familiar with Feldman in modern times because of what he has said about his experiences as a child actor in Hollywood.

Barbara Walters Telling Corey Feldman “You’re Damaging an Entire Industry” is More Relevant Now than Ever
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The Essential Vampire Films

In readiness for Halloween, Tom Jolliffe takes a look at the essential Vampire films…

With that thing coming up that takes place on the last day in October. You know the one? Yeah, candy sales go through the roof, your house gets egged and toilet papered. Meanwhile you sacrifice a chicken over a Ouji board in the hope of getting Kevin James to stop making films. It never works and you just unleash hell on Earth (or to put it another way, a new Kevin James film comes out). With that in mind, I thought it’d be a good time to look over the best Vampire films around.Why Vampires? Well I was watching a film (that will appear on this list) and had a brainwave.

So without further ado, and not in any particular order, here are the essential Vampire films!

Nosferatu (1922)

This iconic piece of cinema remains
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Corey Feldman Wants To Star In Another Friday The 13th Movie

When one thinks of quintessential actors from the 1980’s, odds are that Corey Feldman will come up in conversation. Really, it’s hard not to remember of some of his more well known roles in films such as The Goonies, The Lost Boys, Stand by Me and The ‘Burbs when recalling the decade that also brought us “Frankie Say Relax” and “Where’s the Beef?”

But to horror aficionados, he’ll be remembered as having taken part in killing Jason Voorhees. Granted, it’s something that’s happened several times since in the Friday the 13th franchise, but it was intended on being a definitive ending when the aptly titled The Final Chapter originally hit theaters.

Not surprisingly, Feldman is more than willing to reprise his role, this time as a grown up Tommy Jarvis in what he envisions as being this series’ “own kind of H20.” In other words,
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Corey Feldman Wants to Return in Friday the 13th Sequel

Tommy Jarvis is perhaps the second most favorite character in the Friday the 13th franchise. Yet, he's laid dormant in torment longer than Jason Voorhees himself, last appearing on the big screen in 1986's Jason Lives: Friday the 13th Part VI, as played by cult favorite Thom Mathews. But it was 80s heartthrob and aspiring musician Corey Feldman that first embodied the character, crafting it as his own before moving on to such blockbusters as The Goonies and Stand by Me. Now, Corey Feldman is ready to return as Tommy Jarvis. But Friday the 13th rights holders refuse to commit to the idea.

Not that they haven't tried to make it work. Corey Feldman has had a few meetings about reprising his role as Tommy Jarvis over the years, resurrecting the character in what Feldman calls a sequel akin to what Jamie Lee Curtis did in Halloween: H20. In fact,
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A Tale of Two Coreys: Haim and Feldman Lifetime Movie Is Coming in 2018

A Tale of Two Coreys: Haim and Feldman Lifetime Movie Is Coming in 2018
After finding tremendous success with their biopics on Full House, Saved by the Bell and Britney Spears, Lifetime is bring A Tale of Two Coreys to small screens everywhere in 2018. The biopic will follow the infamous and tumultuous childhoods of 80s superstars Corey Haim and Corey Feldman, two actors who shared a first name and a special bond after first appearing together in the classic 1987 vampire movie The Lost Boys.

Corey Feldman is helping to oversee the project, and has given his insight into some of the shadier things that went down on various movie sets and at parties attended to by Haim and Feldman. It will also look at their drug addictions, and personal struggles with abuse both physical and sexual. A number of different actors have been cast as the two former teen heartthrobs. Elijah Marcano is playing the teenage Corey Feldman, with Scott Bosely playing him as an adult.
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The Lost Boys Is the Best Halloween Movie Says It Screenwriter

The Lost Boys Is the Best Halloween Movie Says It Screenwriter
Gary Dauberman wrote Annabelle: Creation and co-wrote the screenplay for It, which has become the highest grossing horror movie in history. So, when it comes to discussing horror movie, Dauberman might know a thing or two about the genre and has come out to proclaim that 1987's The Lost Boys is the best movie to watch around Halloween. That's a pretty bold statement, but he makes several good points that will make you want to throw it up next in the watch list, especially if you haven't seen it in a while. Plus, it's the 30th anniversary, so might as well celebrate 30 years of The Lost Boys while you're at it.

Gary Dauberman is currently riding a huge wave of box office success with It and he recently sat down with Entertainment Weekly to recommend a spooky Halloween movie. Those thinking that he might plug his own movie, which is out in theaters right now,
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Orlando’s Spooky Empire Convention to Feature Cast Members from the New It Movie

Spooky Empire has announced that Sophia Lillis, Jaeden Lieberher, Jeremy Ray Taylor, and Wyatt Oleff from the new It movie will be special guests at the Orlando convention this fall. In addition to the It (2017) cast's attendance, the convention will also celebrate a special 30th anniversary of Joel Schumacher's The Lost Boys, and more:

Press Release: Orlando – Spooky Empire, who hosts one of the most coveted and recognizable thriller conventions in the nation, announces the reunion of the Hollywood classic, Sixteen Candles, with the attendance of Molly Ringwald, John & Joan Cusack and Anthony Michael Hall on October 27 – 29, 2017 at The Hyatt Regency Orlando. The convention will also celebrate the 30th anniversary of iconic American horror comedy The Lost Boys with the attendance of Billy Wirth, Jamison Newlander and G Tom Mac. The convention has also added an array of new activities for guests to enjoy including a Charity Casino Night,
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