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Let’s Get ’90s With the Gloriously Goofy Goosebumps Rap Feat. Jack Black

Reader, beware, you're in for ... nostalgia.

It’s October! Time to get SPOOPY, and this Goosebumps rap embodies that word like no other.

The Goosebumps movie comes out on October 16, and Jack Black, who stars as a fictional version of Goosebumps author R.L. Stine, is doing his PR/fanservice duty with this music video. It’s campy, ’90s-inspired, repurposes the Goosebumps TV show theme, and puts tons of Goosebumps book titles right into the lyrics—basically everything you ever dreamed it would be.

This leaves us even more optimistic that the movie will nail the approach of not taking itself too seriously and serve as a fun way to revisit a bit of our youth. What do you think? New favorite song? Y/Y?

(via /Film)

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