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– by Joseph Jammer Medina

Tinsel Town may be a place where magic gets projected onto the silver screen, but that doesn’t mean it doesn’t have its own deep, dark secrets. As was revealed in recent weeks, some Hollywood execs like Harvey Weinstein have been preying on women for decades. But that’s not the only secret the industry is keeping.

According to actor Corey Feldman (perhaps best known for his work as a child actor in films like The Goonies and Stand by Me), there are many powerful people in Hollywood who are also pedophiles. In a seven-minute video, Feldman discussed the troubles he’s gone through as a result of his wanting to speak out, and delved into his plan to expose this part of the industry.

“I propose to do this by making a film that will be [the most] honest and true depiction of child abuse ever portrayed, by telling my own story in a very real way, in a very honest way, with no editing, no censorship, no studio behind it. I will make the film, I will direct the film, I will produce the film, and I will self-distribute it to guarantee it gets a theatrical release with your donations. Additionally, it will help me buy the security and the legal team I need to protect my family. Once it’s done, I believe we can revolutionize the film industry in a way that we can root out the evil and make it safe for our kids again.”

This isn’t the first time Feldman has brought up the issue of pedophiles in Hollywood. A few years back, he even mentioned it on The View, but has yet to fully speak out on the subject. From the sound of it, it’s been due to fear for his life. However, with the recent uncovering of bigwigs like Harvey Weinstein, he may have found that the time to speak was now.

Feldman’s Indiegogo campaign has a $10 million goal, and thus far around $100,000 has been raised. You can check out the campaign HERE.

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SOURCE: Corey Feldman, Variety

  • Eric Anderson

    This will only be interesting if he pretends to be Michael Jackson for the entirety of the film.

    • Kindofabigdeal

      I’m sure he will dedicate a portion of the film stating that MJ was the only power player who never abused him, yet was outed by the entire media for the exact same thing. Maybe MJ wanted to protect celebrity kids from this and paid the price. No doubt he was a victim himself.

  • Lenin1959

    $10,000,000? I hope some Hollywood top rank actors, producers, and directors who tell everybody how they support liberal politics will pay some money to make this happen. It should be no problem IF HOLLYWOOD IS HONEST ABOUT ITS LIBERAL GOALS! So, what is it gonna be, Clooney, Damon, Spielberg, and all of you other heralds of morale? Do you have the balls to support Feldman and his project? I got a feeling you won’t because the root of evil goes deep and wide in the city of angels… They only talk about political correctness and force it down our throats, but while preaching water to us, they still drink their wine… and champagne… and enjoy their young candy.

    • Kindofabigdeal

      They would rather spend their money’s trying to get Roman Polanski exonerated from his past.

  • Venomaide

    WoW.

    • Kindofabigdeal

      This is no time for online gaming bro. It’s super cerial stuff.

      • Venomaide

        Sorry? Bored games ok?

  • Victor Roa

    no jokes here, The past couple weeks it does seem Hollywood is a pact with the devil for awards and fame.

    • Kindofabigdeal

      Give me another example. I am truly fascinated by this topic. While I take it with a grain of salt I do find it interesting how many celebs in music and film do that illuminati eye thingy.

      • Victor Roa

        really, I need an example for the word “seem”? Well it frustrates me too, especially seems like everyday it is a culture of success by just stepping over others just to be part of a club. And half of it is really how degrading men are to women as they keep rising in power. Now, personally, I would say it’s kinda gotten a bit more gross when I have talked to friends whom have spoken to HR and gotten “and what have done about that” in response to sexual harassment, or even the weirdest one from a close friend who said “I need to sugar for rent.” But even if I just am a friend to be an ear for them, it does really depress me because I do look up to a lot of the women who are on the media telling their story, Rose McGoawn, Alyssa Milano, Asia Argento, argento really bothered me the most when she described “It was like a childhood monster from my dreams eating me from bellow.” Dude, Suspiria is on my shrine of inspiration fuel, and I can’t even imagine that to the daughter of a director I worship. But in turn she was able to direct a film and in it she had a dream of what she would do to him but was afraid to in reality. Breaks my heart to hear that.
        yeah, it’s frustrating because as a man you always try to do better but then someone else shits on the standard of being a man and you still have to climb over that shit.

  • Jeff Baxter

    How dare Feldman try and use abuse to try and rehash his career. If he really wanted to do some good he could just tell everybody what he knows. Have a press release or a sit down interview. Instead, he tries to get 10 million free dollars to make a movie that he will write and direct. Shameful, self serving blackmail.

    • Kindofabigdeal

      Nice try Harvey Weinstein’s publicist.

    • Brafdorf

      It could be, but it just as easily couldn’t.
      If he speaks out and gets taken to court his life would probably be ruined without the finances to help himself.
      You’re talking numerous names claiming slander. He likely has no evidence other than his word.

  • Kindofabigdeal

    I really hope this works out. The biggest complaint people have made about the allegations is that no one ever mentions any names. If he does follow through then I can see this being good.

    • Atirus Gaming

      I will wait and see what proof he provides before I judge what he is doing. Hopefully it will bring people to justice.

  • Brafdorf

    He’s not an attractive enough celeb sadly. He brought this shit up so long ago but no one listened because he’s not Alyssa Milano.
    What he knows is probably miles more fucked up than Weinstein.

  • I’m suprised Harvey can still “Function” down there.

Joseph Jammer Medina is an author, podcaster, and editor-in-chief of LRM. A graduate of Chapman University's Dodge College of Film and Television, Jammer's always had a craving for stories. From movies, television, and web content to books, anime, and manga, he's always been something of a story junkie.