Goosebumps was produced by Sony Pictures Animation, LStar Capital, Original Film, Village Roadshow Pictures and Scholastic Entertainment. The film is distrusted by Columbia Pictures.
When you’re a kid, there’s a lot to be scared of. From bullies, to homework, to even that one girl/boy you like for reasons beyond your limited life experiences most kids are little balls of fear at some points in their lives. That being said, things can get worse when you add on top of that the works of R.L. Stine.
While most of the books I read (or pretended to read while thinking about ReBoot or whatever) were silly small mysteries (shout out to the Clue book series) it was Goosebumps that really caught my attention. With monsters and characters not to far off from who I was at the time, the stories were easy to get into, and easy to finish…well short of the one about mutant potatoes with teeth…it’s made eating baked potatoes difficult for me even to this day.
So when the creatures of Mr. Stine came to the big screen, it was natural that I was gonna check it out. Continue reading