R. L. Stine Creating a Marvel Comic and a Fear Street Movie, Making All Our Dreams/Nightmares Come True
The author also dropped the news during an AMA that he's working on scary comics. "I'm writing a series of comic books for Marvel-- my first comics ever. But I'm not allowed to talk about them yet."Read More
Much like Slappy the dummy in R. L. Stine's Night of the Living Dummy II, Goosebumps is "still walking...still stalking."Read More
3 1/2 out of 5 stars.
I have a vague memory of some of these stories, but for the kids who are currently reading and loving them, I wouldn’t be surprised if they're fans of the movie. Well, except for one problem.Read More
R.L. Stine fans rejoice! Not only do we have Goosebumps to look forward to, TheWrap reports that 20th Century Fox and Chernin Entertainment are working on a new R.L. Stine adaptation.Read More
Reader, beware, you're in for ... nostalgia.
It's October! Time to get SPOOPY.Read More
As part of their new "Hip Pop! Parade" collection, the Japanese Pokémon Center will be selling bags, keychains, and boxers featuring Pokémon butts. No news on if they'll come to the U.S., unfortunately.Read More
Look at that mask. Those moving pieces. Lights!Read More
"Okay, we've got a Goosebumps picture deal. Which book should we do?" "Oh, uh ... is there a way to just do all of them?" That's how I imagine the pitch meeting for the upcoming Goosebumps film must have gone.Read More
Cause not all of us like dummy fun.
Beware, you're NOT in for a scare when you watch this international trailer for the movie. And I'm not just saying that because, let's face it, this looks more like a horror comedy for kids than a kiddie horror movie.Read More
Let's get rid of Slappy together.
The dreams of '90s horror kids have finally come true. We're getting a new Goosebumps video game! And this time, it might actually be awesome.Read More
*Font oozes everywhere*
It's been nearly a year since we first saw images of Jack Black as R.L. Stine in the Goosebumps movie, but now the trailer has finally arrived in all its mantis-filled glory.Read More
Benedict. Cumberbatch. Is. Everywhere. Sherlock. Star Trek. The Hobbit. That Oscarbait biopic that's going to make you cry. And if he's not there, he at one point was rumored to be there, as in the cases of Star Wars, Doctor Strange, and Batman v Superman. But there are still some movies that he hasn't been linked to, because even Mr. Working-On-10-Different-Projects-At-a-Time can't do everything. Here are ten of them.Read More
Attention Once And Future Teenagers: R.L. Stine Is Back To Soiling Our Collective Pants With New Fear Street Books
And this time, you'll have to buy them...with your own money.
Where do we live? Fear Street! When do we live there? Now, and for the rest of eternity, perpetually trapped between the world of living teenagers and the damned!Read More
Studios Release New Mad Max, Goosebumps, and Jupiter Ascending Pics, Everything Is Bald Charlize Theron
Charlize Theron is Charlize The-BOMB.
Goosebumps, Mad Max: Fury Road, and Jupiter Ascending will all be on deck at San Diego Comic-Con, kicking off tomorrow, so their respective studios have seen fit to release some new pics to get things going. Really, can you have too much bald, dangerous-looking Charlize Theron? The answer is no. Sorry, Tom Hardy. You've been upstaged.Read More
Let the nostalgia commence!
Goosebumps stars Jack Black as as a Young Adult horror author plagued by demons and an evil ventriloquist dummy—which is a fairly tame synopsis, considering the wackiness of the books.Read More
We'll just have to go on an Open World quest for all of them now, right?
The dream of the '90s isn't just alive in Portland anymore, okay guys? It's also flourishing over at Von Trash Jewelry, where you can buy expertly crafted homages to your favorite 20-year-old video games, movies, and TV shows. Aw man, and I just got the Hey Arnold! theme song out of my head from when I used to watch it as a kid! It's gonna be in there for another 18 years, now!Read More
Things We Saw Today
Things We Saw Today
Ever had a sudden chill that made your whole body shake or hair stand on end? You've probably had goosebumps. No, not Goosebumps, the young adult horror novel series, but goosebumps, where your flesh reacts to the cold by literally producing bumps. The science of goosebumps as explained by AsapSCIENCE is surprisingly straightforward, but music chills, or frisson, is a little more difficult.Read More