Corey Haim's career was vastly overshadowed by his personal life over the last few years, but even with that in mind, today's bit of devastating news doesn't come any easier. At 38 years old Corey Haim has died.
I know what you're thinking ... Lost Boys 4? We didn't even get Lost Boys 3 yet. Well, that hasn't stopped Warner Bros. from thinking a bit ahead.
Just in case you missed his contribution to Lost Boys – The Tribe (it was, after all, after the credits), Corey Haim is locked and ready to star in another genre offering, this one for first-time director Travis Bowen.
Word just came in from Ethan Terra that Corey Haim and his soon to be Mrs., the-ever-so hot Tiffany Shepis, have officially joined the cast of the latest horror anthology Monsterpiece Theatre, which as you know features some of the writing stylings of our own Joe Knetter.
So the 5th annual Rock and Shock convention in Worcester, MA has come and gone and I have to say, this show keeps getting better and better as its reputation grows and word spreads about it.
It's that time of the year for Spooky Empire's Screamfest in Orlando, Florida! Kicking off on October 17th, Screamfest will be bringing us the Freak Show Film Festival, vendors galore, a pool party and Hellraiser and Dawn of the Dead reunions! All of this is taking place at the glorious Wyndham hotel with rooms available for as little as $99 a night!
Man, I really dig this show. Yeah, it takes me between six and nine hours to get there and back, which means I really need to start going down a day early, but it’s worth it to hang out at one of the best-run and most well-attended conventions on the East Coast.
Now that Lost Boys: The Tribe (review) is out on DVD, the world can finally get a chance to see just how bad it is. Only problem; it seems people are saying they don’t think it’s that bad and that Corey Feldman actually does a good job in it. Are you kidding me? So of course talk of Lost Boys 3 has to start up already.
UPDATE: According to Crank scribe Mark Neveldine, Troma's Lloyd Kaufman will have a cameo in Crank 2 along with Gelnn Howard ("It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia") and someone we thought bit the big one in the first film, Efren Ramirez. Mark Neveldine and Brian Taylor made probably one of the most underrated movies of 2006, Crank. It was tasteless, bloody and funny. Sadly, we all thought Chev Chelios (Jason Statham) was a goner when he fell a few thousand feet and smashed into a car.