(Note: The above image, which I chose at random, is 66.6 kb.)
This is pretty interesting to me, because in the last couple days I was introduced to something (through my current Sync antenna, a close friend) which I feel is the end of music as we know it. The band is called "vampires everywhere!", and according to their Myspace (click at your own risk!):
One feature, in particular, has haunted me since I was of age to pronounce blood: "The Lost Boys." Like the characters, I have also always considered myself lost and trapped within a world that only embraces its own. This movie embodies everything I stand for: anarchy, vampires, youth, love & revenge.
The world will discover a new savior in our sound and we all shall use a new name to provide humor in anarchy: Vampires Everywhere! Inspired by the comic book in The Lost Boys movie.
Also, check out who designed their myspace (because they're not nearly intelligent enough to learn a little HTML): This Is Alchemy & Paper Tiger
Now, I would tie this all together with a neat little bow, but we all know I tend to leave a ton of loose ends open for interpretation. Searching a little more for Corey Haim info, I found this site about the show "The Two Coreys" (Janus stuff). The site says these two 80s icons actually met on the set of The Lost boys. I didn't know that, and I didn't know "The Two Coreys" even existed. Corey Haim's middle name was "Ian", or Ianus/Janus.
"More pictures, screw all this reading junk", you say? Alrighty then. Here are two images of the double C's seemingly sharing one body:
Well, this is weird - At this very moment, I am attempting to get a job at Dominos pizza. According to Corey Haim's IMDB page: "Favorite food - Pizza"
Oh snap. Here we go - The poster for License to Drive:
Notice any similarities to the image below? The key dangles off of Haim's jupiter (pointer) finger, and the two Cs form a gateway of sorts to a chariot and a goddess.
Janus - Doorway god
Update: I just noticed on twitter that 2 hours ago Jake Kotze too had noticed the License to Drive poster syncs! Amazing.