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Film Review - Goosebumps


In the 1990s, R.L. Stine’s “Goosebumps” series of YA horror novels managed to playfully terrify an entire generation of readers. There were audio books, video games, and a television series to help expand Stine’s brand, but now the big screen receives its chance to frighten audiences with “Goosebumps.” While handed a self-aware plot to ease the translation to feature-length frights, the picture mostly plays it straightforward, mixing comedy and scares while a monumental amount of CGI works to create all creatures great and small. “Goosebumps” is a mixed bag when it comes to technical achievements and storytelling, but it does offer the most enthusiastic cast of 2015, watching the actors mug their way through a cinematic adventure that needs their complete thespian attention. Read the rest at


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