We're not shutting up shop for Christmas JUST yet. Literally minutes after wrapping our second phone conversation with Kiefer Sutherland, I received word that Corey Feldman had granted us a brand new interview for the 30th Anniversary book on the making-of THE LOST BOYS.
Corey starred in a multitude of classic movies such as GREMLINS, THE GOONIES, STAND BY ME, LICENSE TO DRIVE and THE BURBS, but it's his portrayal as Edgar Frog that had him slaying vampires in Joel Schumacher's 1987 cult classic.
Corey joins fellow Frog brother, Jamison Newlander and other cast and crew members such as Kiefer Sutherland, Joel Schumacher, Richard Donner, Alex Winter, Billy Wirth, Michael Chapman and over THIRTY others, providing brand new i...
I'm absolutely thrilled to reveal that I will be conducting a BRAND NEW interview with 'David' himself, Kiefer Sutherland, for the 30th anniversary making-of THE LOST BOYS book, LOST IN THE SHADOWS.
We confirmed Kiefer a few weeks back but were waiting 100% on a confirmation date for which I'll be talking to him.
Sutherland's performance as David is unparalleled in terms of his charismatic yet enigmatic performance in THE LOST BOYS. His addition to the interview roster is a huge boost for the project, as we continue to entice more cast and crew members to recall their experience making the movie.
We hope to announce some more names in the New Year, but we figured this announcement is the perfect closing gift as we wrap up for...
In the spirit of the great 1,000 lists compiled by the likes of Edgar Wright, and many others, I decided to push myself and create a list over on MUBI of TWO THOUSAND movies that I love and enjoy.
It is a list of films (features, shorts and documentaries) that I personally like. Purely my own opinion. I'm not in anyway saying these are the best films of all time - for Christ's sake, Condorman is on here! This is simply for the fun of pushing myself to find 2,000 films (mostly based on my own collection) that I love, adore and would recommend to anyone (yes, even Deadly Friend).
Every movie has been painstakingly organised by it’s original release date, so this doesn’t reflect any kind of preference. All I could ever tell...