Oh, Corey Haim. How we miss you so. Now we are left with only Corey Feldman and the world is a sadder place. This weekend a great travesty occurred. An enormous injustice. A snubbing of epic potential. It was bad enough that we had to sit through the James Franco debacle that was the Oscars this year. But then we finally got to the In Memorium segment. The emotional high point of any Oscar night. A chance to say goodbye one last time to the gifted men and women who are no longer with us. And all we were left with was a giant, gaping hole of unfairness. We bid adieu to some true Hollywood legends. Tony Curtis, Gloria Stuart, Leslie Nielsen, Lynn Redgrave, Pete Postlethwaite and Dennis Hopper among others. But no Corey. We can only be left to ask why? To fathom for what reason our Lost Boy– Our mercurial star of such films as Licensed to Drive, Dream A Little Dream and of course the classic coming of age tale: Lucas – was left out in the cold. No where to be found. But here on Notchweiner we pause to remember. The man. The legend. The edgier and more complex of the two Coreys. The one and only Corey Haim.