Thursday, October 25, 2012

An interview with Corey Feldman: The Halloween Spooktacular 3

The Lost Boys. Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter. Stand By Me. The Goonies. License to Drive. Dream A Little Dream. All classic movies of the 1980s. All of them star Corey Feldman.

Corey started his career in TV, and is best known for his string of 80s movie blockbusters, but he's sustained a career in Hollywood for more than 35 years as an actor and singer. The star's own words say it best: he's more than a movie star, he's an icon.

Tonight, Jason and Shawn bring The Month from Hell to a close with a 15-minute chat with 6 Degrees of Hell star Corey Feldman. And it becomes very clear very quickly how enthusiastic he is about director Joe Raffa and screenwriter Harrison Smith's horror film. The bulk of the conversation is about 6 Degrees of Hell, but Corey also touches on his earlier work. It's a great interview with a legend of the 80s, and one no movie fan wants to miss.

As is the tradition with The Basement's annual Halloween Spooktacular, Jason and Shawn don't review any movies tonight. But they do talk about them. And this edition's topic is the goriest movies of all time . . . according to The Basement Dwellers that is. The two approach the subject matter with their usual irreverent flair.

By the way, everyone's favourite Scream Queen, Brooke Lewis, is back this episode! Stick with us!

Tune in at 10 p.m. PST at 92.5FM CFBX Kamloops and online at You can also follow along to the mad tweets of Mike S of The Corner of Terror on Twitter! It's not the Halloween season without a special episode . . . in The Basement!

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