A COMPLETE RUN-DOWN OF THE MOVIES HAIM AND FELDMAN MADE TOGETHER
The Lost Boys (1987)
Joel Schumacher’s vampire flick established itself as an enduring ’80s cultural artefact and one of the most appealing horror-comedies of all time.
License To Drive (1988)
Acceptable if under-torqued John Hughes clone, with Haim as the unlicensed motorist and Feldman as his buddy. Cinematography by the great Bruce Surtees (Dirty Harry).
Dream A Little Dream (1989)
Vice-versa movie in which Feldman has his soul knocked out of his body. Features the best supporting cast the Coreys ever had, including Piper Laurie and Harry Dean Stanton.
Blown Away (1992)
DTV erotic thriller in which the Coreys form two points of a love triangle with Haim’s real-life girlfriend Nicole Eggert. Notable mainly for excessive exposure of Haim’s hams.
National Lampoon’s Last Resort (1994)
Barely watchable mess has the pair relocating from Detroit to a tropical island where uninspired hijinks commence. Even Zelda ‘Poltergeist’ Rubinstein can’t save this.
Dream A Little Dream 2 (1995)
Any charm the original had has long evaporated in this insipid retread involving ‘magical sunglasses’.
“Feldman was hurling out orders while two big-breasted bimbos massaged him,” Haim recalled of Feldman’s directorial debut, a mirthless Police Academy knock-off.
Dickie Roberts: Former Child Star (2003)
There was a certain inevitability to the duo turning up in David Spade’s cameo-crammed comedy. Also features Todd Bridges, Willie Aames and Gary Coleman.
Lost Boys: The Tribe (2008)
The last time the pair would appear, briefly, in a movie together was in this ill-judged re-vamp of the classic that started it all. Haim’s contribution was relegated to a post-credits outtake.