Five Favorite Films with Corey Feldman


Think of some of the most beloved movies of the 1980s and chances are Corey Feldman made an appearance in them. From Gremlins and Stand By Me to The Goonies and The Lost Boys, the young actor notched up a succession of classics before those heady days of teen idolatry -- the so-called ?Two Coreys,? named for his movies with fellow pin-up Corey Haim -- would go on to enshrine him on the adolescent bedroom walls of an era. Though his well-publicized period since has been erratic -- and marred by tragedy, with Haim?s unfortunate death earlier this year -- Feldman has proved that he?s a survivor, returning to the role of vampire hunter Edgar Frog that he made famous in The Lost Boys. With this week?s latest installment, Lost Boys: The Thirst, reuniting him with fellow ?87 Frog brother Jamison Newlander, Feldman has come full circle -- complete with signature head band and copy of Batman No. 14. We spoke to the actor recently and asked him to name his Five Favorite Films. He politely declined to include Gremlins, despite RT?s insistence. Back to Article



Dan Weston

A list of Corey Feldman's beloved '80s movies that doesn't include The 'Burbs? Shame on you RT.

Oct 15 - 09:06 PM


Addie Singleton

no offense (cuz i generally hate people who complain on posts), but this is not a good list. if these are really his fave movies then thats kinda weak. he forgot psycho, citizen cane and every other movie listed on the afi top 100 c:

Oct 15 - 09:57 PM

Ron S.

Ron Slade

Its HIS list and I think its a great mix.

Oct 18 - 09:24 AM

C.B. Rodriguez

Christian Rodriguez

Love how people say "he forget _____".
No he didn't. This is his own personal list. Movies that left an impact on him. My top 5 list doesn't include Citizen Kane. I didn't "forget" that CK is a masterpiece, I just never felt as affected by it as some.

Oct 24 - 06:04 AM

Nathaniel C.

Nathaniel Castillo

This is favorite movies not best. Some movies you just know aren't the best but just hold a place in you over the ones that are the best.

Dec 11 - 02:25 PM

Harry Lime

jeff Schlachta

My 5:
The Man Who Would Be King



One, Two, Three


Little Big Man

...In no particular order...

Oct 15 - 11:44 PM


Frisby 2007

Also, the old one still sucks even without comparing it to the book.

Oct 16 - 02:13 AM

Lumbergh Phucter

Jamie Eakins

I don't think it sucked, but few musicals remain entertaining to me over time. Wonka ain't one of 'em.

Oct 16 - 09:26 AM


Frisby 2007

I don't see how it's a musical when no one can sing in there (yes, not even Wilder).

Oct 17 - 01:45 PM

janie j.

janie johnson

Not a surprising list. Corey is true to his [and my] generation. I grew up watching Corey (and the other Corey), and these are all solid favs of mine, too.

Oct 16 - 04:56 PM

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