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Goosebumps (3D)
The spine-chilling secrets of books.


30 Oct, 2015
1 hrs 44 mins
5,851 votes
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Upset about moving from a big city to a small town, teenager Zach Cooper finds a silver lining when he meets the beautiful girl, Hannah, living right next door. But every silver lining has a cloud, and Zach`s comes when he learns that Hannah has a mysterious dad who is revealed to be R. L. Stine, the author of the bestselling Goosebumps series.

It turns out that there is a reason why Stine is so strange he is a prisoner of his own imagination the monsters that his books made famous are real, and Stine protects his readers by keeping them locked up in their books. When Zach unintentionally unleashes the monsters from their manuscripts and they begin to terrorize the town, its suddenly up to Stine, Zach, and Hannah to get all of them back in the books where they belong to save the town.
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The celluloid rendering of RL Stine`s Goosebumps is a delightful feat. Despite coming a decade too late, director Rob Letterman ensures that this comic horror film is a hoot all the way. For young, voracious readers, Stine`s series was a way of life before JK Rowling`s Harry Potter books took on the mantle to add some magic to our lives. ...Read full review
The world of R.L. Stine, the mega-best-selling author of VERY popular horror-but-you-know-for-kids books, is a very singular one. It is replete with cleverly conceived monsters that derive from classic adult or ``adult`` horror, but which are consistently and imaginatively skewed to a younger audiences taste and tolerance. ...Read full review
Creators have been mixing it up with their characters for a while. You can see it in Fellini`s 8.5, Woody Allen`s Deconstructing Harry, or, heck, the Warner Bros cartoon Duck Amuck. Then there are the times when its not an author character showing up, but the actual author, such as Stephen King in The Dark Tower or Kurt Vonnegut in Breakfast of Champions. Somewhere in between is Charlie Kaufman writing the character Charlie Kaufman for Nicolas Cage to play in Adaptation. ...Read full review