Corey Ian Haim was a Canadian actor, known for a 1980s Hollywood career as a teen idol. He starred or co-starred in a number of films such as Lucas, Murphy's Romance, The Lost Boys, License to Drive and Dream a Little Dream. He acted numerous times with Corey Feldman, with the pair later starring in the A&E reality show The Two Coreys.
On October 29, just two days before Halloween, St. Martin's Press will release the long-awaited Corey Feldman biography Coreyography: A Memoir. It is a must-read for any fan, as it delves deep into the trials and tribulations of this actor's young life in Hollywood. Some of it is funny, some of it is heartbreaking and a great big portion of it is truly scary.
In the book, Feldman talks in great length about his best friend Corey Haim. In the coming weeks, you'll hear a lot about what happened to the two teenagers behind closed doors, and a lot of it's not that pleasant. Instead of dwelling on that in our own review, we'd rather look at the work Haim and Corey Feldman have left behind. Specifically, in honor of the season, their horror movies. The pair met on the set of one of the all time greatest vampire movies ever made, and before they fell victim to drug and sexual abuse, they made some of the best-remembered genre fare of the decade. All of which is discussed in the book. They also made some cheapies later on in their careers that are enjoyable when viewed on their own merits.Read More
Canadian actor Bernard Robichaud first made his mark on pop culture history by portraying the gun wielding maniac Cyrus on both the Trailer Park Boys TV show and its two spin-off movies. Now, Bernard can be seen acting opposite the late Corey Haim, who makes his final bow as a leading man in director Michael Masucci's thrilling mystery American Sunset. The movie serves as a great send-off for the beloved Haim, and a showcase for Robichaud, who turns in a damn fine dual performance as a Bounty Hunter/Lawyer.
We recently caught up with Bernard Robichaud, who is now touring Canada under the guise of a drug dealing thug not unlike the Trailer Park Boys' Cyrus, for a one-man comedy showcase. After begging him to bring this stage show to America, where Cyrus and the Sunnyvale gang are currently growing a rabid following, we got Bernard to take a few minutes out of his busy schedule to chat with us about his time spent on set with Corey Haim during the production of American Sunset, and to also give us some background on the movie itself.Read More
It has been one year since the death of beloved actor and former teen idol Corey Haim. In remembering the star of such classic films as The Lost Boys and Lucas, Global Universal has released American Sunset on Blu-ray and DVD. This murder mystery from director Michael Masucci features Corey Haim in his last starring role. We're huge fans of Corey, and having recently seen the film, we can tell you in all honesty that it's a great sendoff for Haim. It's a movie he would have been proud of, and it reestablishes the once troubled reality show celebrity as a great actor worthy of his former fame.
Corey Haim goes toe-to-toe with Frank Molina for a great deal of American Sunset's runtime, in a story about a young man desperately searching for his missing wife. Haim and Molina form a unique relationship onscreen, making for a combustible, edgy ride that is as enthralling as it is fascinating to watch.Read More
When the 83rd Annual Academy Awards ran its In Memoriam Segment last month, it left out quite a few artists in the filmmaking community who had passed in the last year. But fans seemed most concerned about the exclusion of former-teen star Corey Haim, who had also recently been left out of the Screen Actors Guild Awards In Memoriam montage.
Today, best friend and longtime screen partner Corey Feldman finally decided to speak out on Haim's glaring absence a day after the anniversary of his death. Always positive, Feldman is happy that Corey Haim's fans spoke so heavily about the actor's omission by the Academy.Read More
Its not the biggest omission made by Oscar Producers in recent years, but on last night's 83rd Annual Academy Awards telecast, former teen actor Corey Haim was excluded from the In Memoriam segment which remembers those actors and filmmakers who have passed away in the last year.
Farrah Fawcett was left out of the 2010 In Memoriam segment, and George Carlin failed to make the cut in 2009. When Heath Ledger died in January of 2008, show producers made sure to include the beloved actor, but Brad Renfro, who died just a few days after Heath was snubbed due to "time constraints".Read More
Available on DVD and Blu-ray October 12th, Corey Feldman and Jamison Newlander return as Edgar and Alan Frog, A.K.A. the Frog Brothers in Lost Boys: The Thirst. The film is the third chapter of the popular vampire series, which began with the classic '80s movie The Lost Boys and was followed by 2008's Lost Boys: The Tribe. In addition to Feldman and Newlander, the cast includes Tanit Phoenix, Matthew Dylan Roberts, Joe Vaz, Seb Castang, Porteus Xandau Steenkamp and Matthew Kalil. We recently had a chance to sit down with Corey Feldman and Jamison Newlander to discuss the new movie, the beloved series and the legacy of Corey Haim. To watch our exclusive interview please click on the video clip below.
The Lost Boys: The Thirst brings back to the screen the Vampire slaying Frog brothers on a quest to save Peter Lieber, a young boy, from a gang of night crawlers. Set in modern day San Cazador, a sleepy Northern Californian town, Edgar Frog (Corey Feldman) has had better days ... and nights ... when he is hired to rescue Peter by his sister, bestselling author Gwen Lieber (Tanit Phoenix). These bloodsuckers are growing a vampire army by handing out The Thirst, a drug made out of vampire blood, at raves all across the country. With the help of Zoë, who clearly wants to be more than just Edgar's friend, and re-united with his brother, Alan (Jamison Newlander), Edgar enters a battle that will test all his strength and finally put an end to the un-dead.Read More