A group of teenagers visit a lake with intentions to spend the weekend there. Despite warnings from the locals, the group continues with their weekend plan and soon discover the lake is cursed. Filmed in Wisconsin!
Haim broke into acting at the age of ten, playing the role of Larry in the Canadian children's educational comedy television series The Edison Twins, which ran from 1982 until 1986. He made his feature film debut in the thriller Firstborn (1984), starring alongside Teri Garr, Sarah Jessica Parker and Robert Downey, Jr. as a boy whose family comes under threat from his mother's violent boyfriend, played by Peter Weller.
Haim's breakout role came in 1986, when he starred alongside Kerri Green, Charlie Sheen, and Winona Ryder as the titular character in Lucas, a coming-of-age story about first love and teen angst, which centers on an intelligent misfit who struggles for acceptance after falling for a cheerleader. In 1987, he starred in the tv series Roomies with Burt Young; and Haim had a featured role alongside Corey Feldman as a comic-reading teen turned vampire hunter in Joel Schumacher's The Lost Boys.
In 1993, Haim starred in a full motion video game called Double Switch, which was released for the Sega CD and later for the Sega Saturn, as well as for the home computer. He next appeared in Fast Getaway II (1994), National Lampoon's Last Resort (1994), and Dream a Little Dream 2 (1995)- the last two alongside Feldman- and Life 101 (1995)
In 1999, Haim shot a troubled low-budget independent film called Universal Groove in Montreal, using then-emerging digital technology. He played a film director interacting with eight characters over the course of one night on the techno club scene. Haim attempted to return to the industry in 2000 with the direct-to-video thriller, Without Malice, with Jennifer Beals and Craig Sheffer. He hoped that playing the role of an ex-addict who conceals a murder with his sister's fiance would offer him a transition from teen fare.
Universal Groove was released in 2007. In February 2008, filming commenced in Vancouver for Lost Boys: The Tribe, a direct-to-DVD sequel. He turned up on the set obviously under the influence and was unable to remember his lines. His one scene only appeared during the closing credits. In July 2008, Haim completed filming on the gambling comedy Shark City in Toronto with Vivica A. Fox, Carlo Rota and David Phillips. By late July, Haim had become destitute and homeless in Los Angeles.
On March 10, 2010, after Haim's mother phoned 9-1-1, paramedics took Haim from their home to Providence Saint Joseph Medical Center in Burbank, where he was pronounced dead at 2:15 a.m. He was 38 years old. Los Angeles police stated that his death appeared to be an accidental overdose and that four bottles containing Valium, Vicodin, Soma (a muscle relaxant) and Haloperidol (an anti-psychotic) were retrieved, later confirmed as prescribed by a specialist, but that no illegal drugs were found at the scene. It emerged that Haim had used aliases to procure 553 prescription pills in the 32 days prior to his death, having "doctor-shopped" seven different physicians and used seven pharmacies to obtain the supply, which included 195 Valium, 149 Vicodin, 194 Soma and 15 Xanax. The Los Angeles County Coroner's Office ruled that Haim's death was due to pneumonia.
Directed by Rafe M. Portillo; Written by Jalee Bailey and Michael Edwards; Produced by Jamie Elliott and Ralph E. Portillo
Lauren Parker as Sarah
Randy Josselyn as Bobby
Mary-Rachel Foot as Daniell