Corey Feldman’s narrative “The Rape of Two Coreys” debuted Monday to a large group of specialized issues.
In spite of the fact that strenuously advertised by Feldman, the debut for the movie — at any rate on the web — was hampered as it so happens, assailed by an unbalanced interface and grumblings on Twitter coordinated at Feldman himself. (He was screening the film live in LA simultaneously.)
For $20, clients were guaranteed access to a live-stream of the film at 11 p.m. Monday, with a Q&A with Feldman to follow, and a second “screening” Tuesday evening. Be that as it may, straight authorized of the debut, the film’s hashtag was for the most part populated by fans either asking for or offering tech help with the different mistake messages.
That cutoff time likewise traveled every which way, with fans furiously tweeting screen captures of their programs showing a wrecked connection at Feldman and utilizing the narrative’s hashtag, “MYTRUTHDOC.” Journalist Ashley Hume tweeted after the film blew its second cutoff time that the live screening had additionally delayed, with Feldman in front of an audience at the auditorium bantering about whether to continue; he in the long run asserted that the site had been hacked.
“You’re seeing it for yourself how individuals don’t need this to occur,” Rolling Stone essayist Tim Chan cited Feldman as saying in the theater.
Feldman showed up at The Wendy Williams Show a week ago with a security detail, asserting he was apprehensive for his life over the privileged insights the narrative would be uncovering. He financed the doc through crowdfunding site IndieGogo and shopped it at Sundance 2019.