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  • deep dish pizza giving it to you straight from the horse's mouth.

  • Restoring home with very brave.

  • We're on the G.

  • Castillo.

  • We gotta change that intro because my wife's name's I've decided a brilliant I know, I know.

  • Well, we got something special going on on the G casted a Hollywood icon.

  • Corey Feldman and his wife, Courtney will be joining us.

  • Little bit.

  • Yes.

  • Now, if you don't know I mean, everyone knows cor development, right?

  • I mean, over 100 movies.

  • Okay, My favorites.

  • Goonies, Stand by me. 00:00:59.870 --> 00:01:1.160 Chopper sic balls. 00:01:1.160 --> 00:01:2.260 I mean, like, that was that. 00:01:2.260 --> 00:01:6.080 That was the phrase that we grew up with, um, licensed to drive. 00:01:6.840 --> 00:01:7.750 Come on, Mercedes. 00:01:7.810 --> 00:01:9.240 Everyone wants to drive a Mercedes. 00:01:9.240 --> 00:01:11.440 You know, I'm saying gremlins, of course.

  • And then the lost boys from brothers holds snark.

  • Is there?

  • So watching Oh, yeah.

  • All growing all over again with them.

  • Dream.

  • A little dream like that was like the movie I love watching like it was like, I don't want to be Cory felt, you know, I straight up when you were in that movie, it was the coolest thing.

  • I remember the dancing and the love and like It was just such a cool movie.

  • And see, you learned some moves.

  • Thank you.

  • Yeah.

  • So good evening.

  • Good evening, everyone.

  • Welcome Thio to reality A very special reality right now.

  • And we're gonna bring it into reality right now because behind all those movies is an industry that if you have an opportunity to see behind that screen and today we're going to save some lives with Corey Feldman. 00:01:57.110 --> 00:02:2.010 That would be nice, the lives of Children who are still working and affected in that industry. 00:02:3.340 --> 00:02:4.660 It's amazing what you're out there doing. 00:02:4.880 --> 00:02:5.240 Thank you. 00:02:5.250 --> 00:02:7.000 You're on the road promoting a new documentary. 00:02:7.010 --> 00:02:8.810 It's about to rock Hollywood in America. 00:02:8.820 --> 00:02:11.780 Really The world, the world Global.

  • Yeah, it's a global problem.

  • Yeah, well, it's a global problem, but it's also a global solution because we're actually doing this event as a live event for the entire world to witness.

  • Which means that if people care enough, they can actually tune in all at the same time all over the world and let the healing begin.

  • Because once we start seeing the problem for what it is and obviously the, you know, the microscope here, the spotlight is focused on Hollywood.

  • But this this problem goes worldwide.

  • So we all have this problem in our backyard We all have in our own homes.

  • I mean, every this is the really, really demented part of the statistics is that one person in every family has a sexual deviant. 00:02:57.070 --> 00:03:1.320 So that means that somewhere along the line, somebody's dealing with an uncle. 00:03:1.320 --> 00:03:2.010 A cousin. 00:03:2.540 --> 00:03:6.510 Ah, you know, a brother, a sister, a father, mother, somebody in that family. 00:03:6.510 --> 00:03:9.220 That's a predator, you know. 00:03:9.260 --> 00:03:11.500 Thank you for bringing the light on this.

  • And this.

  • You're right.

  • Everyone does need to care about this.

  • Is it these?

  • Well, these are our Children, you know?

  • I mean, all we have is our Children, and we must protect them at any cost, at any cost.

  • And, you know, this is not something that we can allow ourselves to be divided by, uh, you know, other things in the world.

  • We fight over, we fight over politics.

  • We fight over religion, we fight over race.

  • We fight over all these stupid things that make us feel like we're different.

  • There were special or were separate from the rest.

  • But you know what?

  • The one thing that we can all connect on is that we love our Children, and if you don't love your Children, then you've got your own mental problems. 00:03:50.780 --> 00:04:0.610 But if you do love your Children, then it's time that you stand up and you recognize what's going on here and say We must change the laws. 00:04:0.710 --> 00:04:1.960 We must change the rules. 00:04:1.960 --> 00:04:7.110 We must open our eyes and raise awareness to the problem or it won't change. 00:04:7.270 --> 00:04:17.010 It's been going on for years, and the people who say, you know ah, well, you know, he's just full of it or he's doing this for his own reasons or he wants to.

  • You know, he needs attention or he needs money or he needs whatever their reasons are.

  • It's all b s.

  • Okay, it's all hogwash, These air, the very same people that are trying to keep you from knowing the truth.

  • That's all it is.

  • This is an attack on our consciousness to prevent us from opening our eyes from opening our minds.

  • And those people would rather we all stay in the dark because why?

  • Because there's so much money to such a business in sex trafficking Children, and I want to talk about that because, you know, there is so much to talk about.

  • Jeffrey Epstein, Harvey Weinstein Abuse in the Catholic Church Now the Boy Scouts, they're filing for bankruptcy for the same reason.

  • I believe the you Cory. 00:04:58.400 --> 00:05:1.230 You hold a key to another critical piece of the puzzle. 00:05:1.230 --> 00:05:2.260 Deformed the larger picture. 00:05:2.260 --> 00:05:5.340 So it's not only that, but, you know, I'm partly responsible for that. 00:05:5.340 --> 00:05:8.730 Boy Scouts, big ribs Eveything told me about how so? 00:05:8.740 --> 00:05:13.750 Well, because I hope to change the law in California in New York because of those.

  • Those laws changing in California and New York is why so many new cases came forward in the last year.

  • And that's what's bankrupting them, because they are now having to pay out on all of these court cases where they're doing settlements to try and shut up the victims.

  • Thank you so much.

  • You were working so hard and to be a champion for that law to be passed, and you're absolutely right.

  • You are absolutely part of what's happening right now.

  • Well, I'm very grateful to be the national ambassador for Child USA.

  • Yes.

  • So, you know, I'm grateful to Marci Hamilton who does a lot of the legwork, but I'm also grateful that my voice resonated.

  • I, you know, have been fortunate enough.

  • And let me say this. 00:05:56.490 --> 00:06:2.390 You know, a lot of people want to demonize Hollywood in general and say Hollywood is the evil factory. 00:06:2.970 --> 00:06:6.020 Listen, there's a lot of beautiful people still in Hollywood. 00:06:6.290 --> 00:06:14.280 There's a lot of open minded, you know, positive thinking, forward thinking humans out there.

  • But the problem is, is that the ones that are beautiful don't know that the corruption even exists.

  • They don't understand it.

  • You know what I mean?

  • So there, there, there.

  • Um, a lot of times they're, uh, accomplices, and they don't even realize Wow, they don't even realize it.

  • Well, like when you Barbara Walters 2013 she okay?

  • She's like, you're gonna ruin it.

  • Industry, right?

  • Like what?

  • What's going on with that, right?

  • She's complicity.

  • No, course she is, Of course, use.

  • She was saying, Shut up.

  • We don't want this truth out there because that's gonna open up a lot of cans of worms.

  • And then all of a sudden, you know, the mystery, the glitz and the glamour goes away.

  • We'll screw that.

  • Yes.

  • Screw that.

  • Who cares? 00:06:59.660 --> 00:07:0.290 about that? 00:07:0.440 --> 00:07:0.690 Yeah. 00:07:0.710 --> 00:07:1.440 Who cares about that? 00:07:1.440 --> 00:07:2.590 And for her to put that on you. 00:07:2.590 --> 00:07:10.220 In that moment, it was just like And that shows that shows that shows the reality of where their heads are at.

  • Even if they're not trying to cover something up.

  • They don't even realize that they're covering something up.

  • Or maybe they do.

  • Maybe that woman you know is part of a you know, cold.

  • You know?

  • Who knows?

  • Maybe she drinks blood.

  • I don't know.

  • You know, Really was shocked.

  • Her face said it.

  • All right, But But look at where she is now.

  • She's got dementia.

  • She lives alone.

  • Her life has fallen apart.

  • She sits in a wheelchair all day.

  • She can't trust anybody.

  • I mean, these are the reports that are coming back.

  • This is what happens when you dedicate your life to darkness.

  • Well, karma is a watch s Oh, here comes back when we were getting ready for the interview.

  • Angie's like, you gotta watch.

  • This is the Matt Lauer interview.

  • You did.

  • And now Okay.

  • Um, he grilled you.

  • He made accusations. 00:07:56.100 --> 00:08:4.020 He tried to smear your efforts all while in the background behind the closed doors he was involved with, by some accounts, some of the most brutal events in his own office. 00:08:4.140 --> 00:08:8.610 Looking back at that interview, what goes through your mind? 00:08:8.620 --> 00:08:10.590 Because it's like, Oh, you know, it's funny.

  • We watched it the other night by accident.

  • We were watching the trailer on YouTube, and it was like I left it on by Accident was on a smart TV, and the next one comes up in the next one comes up, and it just happened to pop up the Matt Lauer interview.

  • So we actually said that my wife and I watched it, and it was so fascinating to look back on that and watch him as he's like, How many times have we been down this road you do with that straight face and actually believing what he sings?

  • You right?

  • But it was not believing in what he's really saying is I don't want you looking behind the man in the curtain because the man behind the curtain and may be hiding a few things that we just don't want the world to know about.

  • So why don't you just shut up and go away?

  • And that's what he was really, son intimidate you trying to shame you. 00:08:59.640 --> 00:09:0.620 You go away. 00:09:0.630 --> 00:09:2.460 Meanwhile, he's got a button on his desk, right? 00:09:2.460 --> 00:09:6.110 He's got the button on his Texas rose the door so he could take care of business, you know? 00:09:6.110 --> 00:09:8.650 And now he's now he's a disgraced entertainer, right? 00:09:8.660 --> 00:09:9.640 You know that. 00:09:9.640 --> 00:09:10.360 And you're out there.

  • You're doing the hard work, exposing those very people.

  • Yeah, well, listen, I I I don't really I'm not.

  • How do I put this?

  • The media movement is an important thing, and it's a great thing, and I'm friends with a lot of the ladies in that.

  • So when I say there's a lot of great people in Hollywood, you know Roseanna Arquette, Amazing woman, Amazing woman.

  • Jennifer Beals.

  • Amazing woman, you know?

  • I mean, there's there's some really incredible people.

  • Matthew Modine, Jonathan Schaech, Elliott Gould.

  • These people are sitting on a committee with me where we're trying to reform the laws for people in the industry. 00:09:48.770 --> 00:10:1.060 Also, the sag with sag boredom on four different committees on sag, and I'm building 1/5 which is a subcommittee that we're calling kids, too, which is part of, you know, something that I created called kids too. 00:10:1.060 --> 00:10:5.310 which is basically our answer to meet two, which is the fact that there was me too. 00:10:5.310 --> 00:10:6.090 There was men, too. 00:10:6.090 --> 00:10:6.870 There was times up. 00:10:6.870 --> 00:10:7.500 There's all these things. 00:10:7.500 --> 00:10:8.550 But what about the kids? 00:10:8.790 --> 00:10:16.780 You know, we're talking about somebody's forgetting the kids when you brought that up, When we're sitting on the table last night and my eyes popped because I'm like, you know what?

  • That's remarkable The fact that he you had this meat too.

  • But no one's talking about the kids, right?

  • So Well, so listen, hashtag capital k small I d.

  • S and a big number two.

  • You know, that's the hash tag.

  • Please use it.

  • Please spread it.

  • Spread it like wildfire.

  • If you're a survivor of abuse, if you're a victim of abuse, if you want your voice to be heard, let us know it.

  • Put the hashtag out their kids to be proud of it.

  • Because our voices matter before we go deeper into your new documentary.

  • I have to ask you, Jeffrey Epstein, Do you think he committed suicide?

  • Great guy, world friends, you know, we used to grab lunch together. 00:10:59.360 --> 00:11:0.070 No, I'm joking. 00:11:0.360 --> 00:11:3.160 Ah, God forbid. 00:11:3.170 --> 00:11:7.220 Jesus, um, didn't commit suicide How do I know? 00:11:7.220 --> 00:11:14.390 I've never met the guy, Not even once, but I think I know.

  • I don't think he committed suicide, But, you know, I don't want to get into the politics of it because we know that's a tangled web.

  • But all I can say is that there's definitely nefarious things happening at very high levels.

  • Yes, to allow that to happen when you and you travel with security arm.

  • Syrian security is here now.

  • Yep.

  • And security.

  • And we should bring up last night.

  • I mean, last night was an interesting event, especially at the airport.

  • Yeah, I got here late.

  • I was, you know, Gerry and his lovely his lovely wife and their lovely family.

  • You know, they were so cordial and so wonderful and gracious and brought us in and Louis in and they were like, Look, you're welcome to stay at our house and we've got a chef for you, and we're gonna make you food.

  • I mean, just such wonderful people. 00:11:59.440 --> 00:12:3.990 And we were supposed to get here at 3 30 so we could just enjoy the day and relax. 00:12:3.990 --> 00:12:9.470 After we've been doing this crazy nonstop press tour, you guys have gone through enough and what happens. 00:12:9.470 --> 00:12:13.790 But e I get almost arrested.

  • I didn't get arrested, but I almost got arrested at LaGuardia in New York because I have a self protection device on me.

  • You have to which of course I have to.

  • But you know, my, my dumb but you know, forgot to pack it in my bag.

  • So, like, you know, I do this all the time, but I'm so tired of back and forth.

  • You don't even know we're different time zones from different times as we get up in its wake.

  • Landed on a red eye and it's four in the morning.

  • And then we've got to be on a live talk show at 7 a.m. And which is really, like, four in the morning or in the morning for us because we're on West Coast time.

  • So, like, your old head is backwards and messed up anyway.

  • And then you go from show to show to show the show, answering these questions, and then it's like, Okay, now you got to run to the airport. 00:12:57.680 --> 00:13:0.320 Crosstown traffic check of that. 00:13:0.330 --> 00:13:18.340 Yeah, and then it's like, you know, So I've got my Taser, which looks like a gun and it's in my pocket, which I normally, you know, at the end of every day I put it either in my car, put it in my safe, or I put, you know, depending on where I'm going and I put it in my travel bags, but I never have it in my carry on.

  • And this one day security, of course, I reach into my co pocket and I go, Oh, it was it in your pocket.

  • It was in my pocket and it was like, as I was walking through, like I had already given them my story already already in the line.

  • And I realize it's there and I tell them, you know, as we start loading stuff onto the thing and I said, Wait, guys, I've got ah, Taser in my pocket and I have to put it out.

  • Yeah, of course, because they're gonna see it anyway, sir, I'm an honest guy, so I'm like, Hey, listen, here's what's going on. 00:13:53.980 --> 00:14:0.400 Let's make sure that we nip this in the bud so it doesn't become a big problem, and they're like, Oh, don't worry, no big deal. 00:14:0.400 --> 00:14:3.550 Just put it through we'll see it on the x ray you told us about. 00:14:3.550 --> 00:14:4.370 I'm sure it's fine. 00:14:5.080 --> 00:14:6.110 So I'm like, Okay? 00:14:6.430 --> 00:14:7.390 And that's what I d'oh. 00:14:7.660 --> 00:14:8.750 And then what do they dio? 00:14:9.020 --> 00:14:10.210 They're like, Oh, no.

  • Now we gotta call a supervisor, you know?

  • Now you stay right here, you can't move.

  • And I literally had to stand in that spot for three hours as I'm watching my flight leave and I'm watching everything.

  • And I'm just going guys, what's the big deal?

  • What is it?

  • It's legal.

  • And they're like, Well, it just became legal in the state of New York.

  • Up until two months ago, you couldn't even carry a damn Taser to protect yourself in the state of New York.

  • Did you know that?

  • No, I didn't.

  • Yeah.

  • So you know, New York is like one of the only states in the United States where you can't just have a C c w like they have C c W's.

  • But you have to be grandfathered in.

  • You have to be like old school police in New York to even get the option to carry a gun. 00:14:58.480 --> 00:15:3.720 And if not, like, if you're just a regular American, you do not have the normal Second Amendment rights. 00:15:3.730 --> 00:15:5.900 If you live in New York, I want everybody to know that. 00:15:5.920 --> 00:15:7.000 Please be clear. 00:15:7.270 --> 00:15:11.470 You know, New York is not part of our 50 states when it comes with the Second Amendment.

  • Good.

  • So we can have another second member discussion.

  • But that's always, you know, you've got this new doctor.

  • I'm gonna put something in my drink.

  • Right?

  • Lock and load.

  • Uh, but you've gotten in documentary coming out.

  • We're gonna put a link in the description.

  • We want everyone to go and get tickets for this thing right away.

  • But from the age of three, you're in McDonald's commercials.

  • Bad news bears.

  • I mean, come on.

  • Like Mork and Mindy.

  • Eight is enough.

  • One day to time.

  • Cheers.

  • Okay.

  • The question during this early years did you witness abuse in the industry.

  • Do you feel people?

  • Maybe we're being groomed for later, or I would have no idea you would have known.

  • No, you're a kid.

  • You don't think I don't even know what sex is?

  • Yeah.

  • Yeah, That's the last thing you're thinking about.

  • Just being a kid.

  • Yeah, but, um, what about later in life? 00:15:59.140 --> 00:16:4.590 You know, like when you're on the sets of Gremlins and Lost Boys and what types of things do you see? 00:16:4.590 --> 00:16:5.460 The feeling I got? 00:16:5.460 --> 00:16:6.310 Understand? 00:16:6.400 --> 00:16:7.600 It's not like that. 00:16:7.610 --> 00:16:9.090 It's not like that, Okay? 00:16:9.090 --> 00:16:13.110 It's People want to build it up to this thing where it's, like, really sleazy.

  • And, you know, there's, like, you know, producers messing with some kid right out in the open, in the middle of a set somewhere.

  • You know, it's just not like that.

  • I mean, listen, the truth of the matter is, everybody's been trying to say since I first announced it.

  • So Cory's gonna bring down all these Hollywood execs.

  • He's gonna bring down all these bigwigs Bob Obama.

  • No, that is not the deal, guys, it's I never said that.

  • First of all that is the media putting a spin on things as they are my words to try and make it bigger and more intense anyway, why?

  • That's the reason why I have to have security.

  • That's the reason why I have to have 24 hour protection is because they made it sound so intimidating what I was trying to do, and they blew it so out of proportion that it makes it seem like I'm going after everybody.

  • The media has a has a tendency to blow things out of proportion. 00:16:59.650 --> 00:17:1.100 I'm not going after everybody. 00:17:1.410 --> 00:17:10.250 I'm going after the people that I know did these crimes and the things that I experience and things that I witnessed that sit and listen.

  • There's there's many more, by the way, that I don't even mention in the film.

  • Why?

  • Because I wasn't a direct victim and I don't have enough information to where I can do.