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The Haimster Tells It Like It Is

The Haimster Tells It Like It Is

When I worked on Charlie Sotelo’s popular Austin TV show, The Show With No Name, this was easily one of the most popular “underground videos” we played on the air. It is Corey Haim’s out-of-print fan-club video, circa 1988, and it’s a trainwreck of amusement. Watch Corey, as he jams on his keyboards, making memorable compositions. Watch Corey, as he relaxes in his (?) pool on an alligator raft. Watch Corey, as he urges the youth of America to “stay the course,” something he wasn’t able to do only years later. Watch Corey, as he predicts “Japanese funk,” as the music of the future…

Via Film Threat.

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