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ID Picks Up Haim’s Last Movie

Thriller ”American Sunset“ finds actor racing to save his kidnapped wife

ID Communications has picked up Corey Haim’s last movie "American Sunset" at MIPTV.

Haim stars in the thriller as Tom McClean, a man whose wife (Angela Cullins) is abducted while on vacation in Canada. He decides to take the law into his own hands and hires an ex-war hero turned P.I. (Frank Molina) to help track her down.

The film’s trailer is available here.

Michael Masucci directs from a twist-filled script by Jacqueline Giroux. Bernard Robichaud and Eric A. Leffler co-star.

I was genuinely heartbroken when I learned of Haim’s tragic passing. I have fond memories of the first Haim film I ever saw, "License to Drive," which co-starred best bud Corey Feldman as well as a teenage Heather Graham. I became a big fan of Haim’s following his touching performance in "Lucas," because I too was one of those kids who was too small to play high school football. But for me, Haim’s legacy will always be his star-making role in "The Lost Boys," one of my favorite vampire movies, as well as one of the most quotable films of all-time. R.I.P. Corey Haim. You will be missed.