Corey Feldman, who is best known for his childhood roles in movies like Gremlins, The Goonies, and Stand By Me, released a trailer on February 11 for his upcoming documentary that he said will uncover Hollywood pedophiles.

Feldman said that when he pitched his documentary to Netflix, they deemed it “too dangerous” to stream, according to a report by MovieWeb. So, Feldman revealed that the documentary called My Truth: The Rape of 2 Coreys will be live streamed, but only once. Viewers will have to buy $20 tickets to watch the film on his website at 8:00 p.m. PST/ 11:00 p.m. EST on March 9. The pay-per-view tickets are set to go on sale February 22.

Some were upset and confused by Feldman’s choice to only stream the film once. He responded to critics on Twitter:

The documentary allegedly will reveal Feldman’s abusers, and those of the late Corey Haim as well. On their reality show The Two Coreys, which ran from 2007-2008,  Feldman promised Haim that he would work to expose their abusers, even if Haim died first. Haim died in 2010 after an overdose that was exacerbated by pneumonia. The two worked in movies together like The Lost Boys and License To Drive.