R.L. Stine’s Goosebumps book series has been making children squirm since 1992, and now there’s a movie that aims to capture that same mix of creepy monsters and silliness. But the scariest thing in Goosebumps is Jack Black’s weird accent. And this film is strictly for kids.
Since 1989, R.L. Stine has been scaring teenagers, first with the Goosebumps books and now with the Fear Street series. But it’s gotten tougher — as he tells Time, it’s hard to keep up with technology, as well as shifting teenage trends.
The Goosebumps movie stars Jack Black as real-life Goosebumps author R.L. Stine. Apparently, Stine's books were also magical prisons that keep his monsters out of the real world. Ha! Take a look at the classic monsters from the series that have been recreated for the film.
We had assumed that Rob Letterman's (Gulliver's Travels) Goosebumps movie would contain a few monsters. Instead, it will feature ALL of the classic Goosebumps monsters. We also did not expect horror author R.L. Stine to play a major character in the movie!
What if The Shining, The Evil Dead, and Videodrome had started life as books in R.L. Stine's Goosebumps series? If It Were Stine pictures the book covers that would result, complete with the expository titles and the terrible tagline puns.
A spooky reunion? Jack Black is in negotiations to star in the feature film adaptation of R.L. Stine's Goosebumps series. This would reunite him with Gulliver's Travels and Shark Tale director Rob Letterman.
Red Rain, R.L. Stine's latest attempt to scare adults the way he scared children with Goosebumps, Fear Street, and other iconic series, opens with a hurricane. A travel blogger named Lea Sutter goes to Cape Le Chat Noir, a French-speaking island off the coast of South Carolina. During her visit, Lea learns that the…
Father to the Fear Street saga and the Goosebumps series R.L. Stine has shared a brand new short story about an evil kitchen with the masses entirely over Twitter. Stine gave all of his online followers a bit of a surprise a few days ago when he crafted a short but sweet horror story line-by-line from his Twitter…
In the 1996 children's PC game Goosebumps: Escape from Horrorland, Jeff Goldblum played an inappropriately sultry Lord of the Vampires. Watch as the one and only Brundlefly seduces the game's pre-teen protagonist with a sensual dance.