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Living the dream...

Well the dream I had when I was in grade school.  That was the first time I saw The Lost Boys.  It was on VHS, so I am thinking 1988-1989.  Probably not the most appropriate film for an 11 year old girl to see, but I was at a friend's house.  ;) 

This past weekend, Corey Feldman was only a drive away, hosting various movies that he had been in during the eighties.  I just HAD to go.  We bought tickets to see The Lost Boys.  It was the first vampire movie I ever saw, and one of my favorite movies of all time.  After he signed autographs, he came into the theater showing the movie and talked a little bit. 

To be honest, I always loved Corey Haim more than Corey Feldman, but I still loved Corey F.  He was pretty cute in person and seemed very nice.  I only wish I had saved a Teen Beat magazine - it would have been nice to have him sign a poster that I had had up on my wall when I was younger.  (Now, I'm guessing Keith would get annoyed if I had posters of hot celebrities adorning the walls of our bedroom.)




Me and my sister



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Comments

Unknown said…
I love the Lost Boys! So envious!
Anonymous said…
Love this!!! xx
Susan Anderson said…
It's always good to revisit old memories. Glad you got this chance to do that.

=)

PS. I messed up my link tbis week. Here's the right one:
Good Friends Last Forever
Quadmama said…
I LOVE Lost Boys. I'm with you though, I was always a much bigger Corey Haim fan and was so rooting for him to get his act together. How fun would it be to see Corey Feldman in person, though?!
Actuary Mom said…
What fun that you got to meet him!
ailinh said…
I've never seen The Lost Boys, but since I have nothing better to do during the weeknights I might as well hit it up one of these days. How fun for you though!
leigh hewett said…
I am so jealous!

Favorite line from The Lost Boys...
"Maggots, Michael. You're eating maggots. How do they taste?"

Classic.

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