Nearly fifteen years ago, Corey Feldman and Adam West appeared in Seance (a.k.a. Killer in the Dark), a so-bad-it’s-funny horror film made for just a million dollars. The film was never released, but now the whole thing is online for our chuckling pleasure.
There are plenty of "so bad they're good" movies out there. But just watch the final two minutes of Storm Trooper, in which a terrorized housewife steals a mercenary's eyepatch, puts on lipstick, and becomes a mega-badass, and tell me this film isn't something special.
Corey Haim may have been cruelly omitted from the Academy Awards' "In Memoriam" segment, but his memory will stay alive in our hearts always. Especially if studios keep making Lost Boys movies (and TV shows) starring Corey Feldman.
Remember Corey Feldman taking a gun to his head, for Joe Dante? Well that didn't kill him, but this behind the scenes look at his direct-to-Netflix movie Splatter is killing us. Tony Todd, what are you doing in this?
This demented video starring Corey Feldman, chanting magically, then blowing his brains out feels like a sad little cry for help. Instead it's much worse — it's a trailer-ette for a Netflix original movie, directed by Joe Dante.