In some circles, the thrilling and erotic murder drama Blown Away (1992) is known as The Tale of Two Coreys, or alternatively Former Child Star Orgy. Prolific postpubescents Corey Haim and Corey Feldman share top billing as a pair of brothers whose idyllic life working at a Canadian ski resort is turned to slush by the arrival of human heat wave Nicole Eggert. A grown-up child sensation in her own right, Nicole portrays a spoiled rich chick who wants nothing more than to have gratuitous nude sex with Corey Haim. What Corey doesn't know is Nicole is using the plentiful sex to get his lust-addled mind to accept the proposition that he should kill Nicole’s rich father so that she can inherit his vast wealth. Does morality stand a chance in the face of so much nudity?