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R.L. Stine discusses Goosebumps movie

15 November 2012 9:30 AM, PST | Filmonic.com | See recent Filmonic news »

R.L. Stine was recently promoting his new book, Red Rain, and fielded some questions about his most famous works, the Goosebumps series. Stine was asked about the Goosebumps movie, which is currently in development, and he wasn’t too optimistic about it. Stine remarked “I never believe those things until I see them,” and “I’m waiting, I’m waiting.” A lot [...] »

- Derick

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The Swedish Chef and the Nerdist take on the 'Ermahgerd' meme with 'Gersberms' music video

14 November 2012 12:48 PM, PST | Pop2it | See recent Pop2it news »

Everything is better with the Swedish Chef.

This fact has been made crystal clear by a new video, posted on the Nerdist YouTube page. In the video, a couple of fellows turn the "Ermahgerd" meme into a love song, "Gersberms (Yer Gervin Mah)." It's just silly... Until the Swedish Chef arrives to rap the video into (still silly) awesomeness.

While "Ermahgerd" has been a thing on the Internet for awhile, it seems that no one has -- before now -- thought to include the Swedish Chef. Thank goodness the Nerdist realized the important of this Muppet!

What is actually in the music video performed by Hard n' Phirm (Chris Hardwick and Mike Phirman), featuring Hayley Williams and the Swedish Chef?

You really have to watch it for yourself to truly understand the brilliance, but highlights include a reference to a specific "Goosebumps" series book, an untranslatable rap interlude by the »

- editorial@zap2it.com

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R.L. Stine Not Optimistic About Goosebumps Movie Coming Soon

14 November 2012 7:47 AM, PST | cinemablend.com | See recent Cinema Blend news »

Last night, I fulfilled a childhood dream by meeting one of my earliest literary idols, R.L. Stine. As a dedicated bookworm with the requisite coke bottle glasses, I jumped right from The Baby-sitters Club to Fear Street, and never looked back. Stine was promoting his new book, Red Rain, penned for adults who grew up on Fear Street and Goosebumps--which recently hit its 20th anniversary--and the crowd made up largely of twenty-somethings and thirty-somethings was positively giddy to meet the man whose twisted tales had kept them up at night. For a man who proudly proclaims his job is to "terrify kids," Stine was a delightful speaker, sharing stories about his early ambitions to write humor novels for adults nand his first embarrassing job in the industry.writing pulp-style stories for a men's magazine under a nom de plume. He even brought out some fan letters, including his favorite »

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Exclusive: R.L. Stine Says ‘Goosebumps’ Movie is Not Happening but ‘Red Rain’ Might

13 November 2012 6:17 AM, PST | Destroy the Brain | See recent Destroy the Brain news »

This past Friday found the popular New York children’s horror author R.L. Stine in the hometown of Destroy the Brain – St. Louis.  He attended an event here where he spoke about his beloved Goosebumps series as well as his new adult horror novel Red Rain.  Since I grew up as an avid reader of his horror novels, I was absolutely ecstatic to be able to meet the author and get a couple of my old books signed.  I was lucky enough to also be able to ask him a few questions about some rumors about a potential Goosebumps film series.  Several news sites reported this past January that Darren Lemke was to write the film update after Carl Ellsworth (Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Disturbia) was originally attached to the project.  According to Mr. Stine, fans of the series shouldn’t hold their breath.

“Look, it’s never going to happen! »

- Michael Haffner

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Happy Birthday, Ryan Gosling

12 November 2012 9:09 AM, PST | Huffington Post | See recent Huffington Post news »

Hey girls, it's a very special day.

That's right ladies, today, Nov. 12, is Ryan Gosling's 32 birthday and we're celebrating by taking a look back at some of his hottest red carpet moments.

The hunky star got his big break in the 1990s, when he landed a starring role on "The Mickey Mouse Club." After a few cameos in shows and movies like "Goosebumps," "Breaker High," "Young Hercules" and "Remeber The Titans," Gosling took Hollywood by storm -- and got all of us swooning -- when he played Noah opposite Rachel McAdams in "The Notebook."

"Look, this is crazy. I don't understand how I'm here, living this life, wearing this suit. I assume I'm going to pay for it someday ... And that's Ok," Gosling told GQ of his success last year, adding, "It seems fair to me. I just want to be ready for it. I want to meet it like a gentleman. »

- The Huffington Post

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Local Horror: ‘Goosebumps’ Creator R.L. Stine is Coming to St. Louis

8 November 2012 5:59 AM, PST | Destroy the Brain | See recent Destroy the Brain news »

Mystical cameras, living and breathing plants, creepy librarians, missing campers in the woods, and a mischievous ventriloquist dummy are just some of the reasons why many kids did not sleep well in the 90′s.  These nightmares were put on the page by the now legendary children’s author R.L. StineGoosebumps first arrived on book shelves in 1992 courtesy of the New York writer and has spawned other series stemming from the original name and even a TV series.  Stine’s series was a fun foray into horror for young people who were just getting into the world of ghosts, mummies, and werewolves.  I was a huge collector of the books and have even kept and re-bought many of my favorites from my younger days.  Back in the day, Waldenbooks used to call me and hold a copy of each new book behind the front desk for me.  If I got »

- Michael Haffner

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R.L. Stine Treats Fans to a Halloween Twitter Tale

31 October 2012 1:32 PM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Leave it to the Goosebumps guy to spread some Halloween horror today. R.L. Stine, the author of the popular Goosebumps children's horror series, tapped into his social media circle and posted an original short story geared towards today's Halloween festivities. The tale, told in 13 twitter posts, tells the story of a farmer dealing with bare fields who maliciously steals pumpkin seeds from another farmer he runs into on a "dark country road." Of course, after the brazen farmer plants the stolen seeds, all hell breaks loose. Stine prefaced the short by tweeting, "Here is a Halloween story

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- Joshua Stecker

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Geek Out: Listen to the Audio Books of ‘Scary Stories To Tell In The Dark’

29 October 2012 9:26 AM, PDT | Destroy the Brain | See recent Destroy the Brain news »

Geek Out focuses on collectibles, videos, or just random stuff that reminds us of or pays tribute to a film. Geek Out will feature these types of things that we can…well, geek out on.

Having been born in 1985, the early years of my horror education consisted of Are You Afraid of the Dark?, R.L. Stine’s Goosebumps books, and the short story anthology Scary Stories To Tell In The Dark.  Plus, the occasional Really scary movie was thrown in there for good measure such as The Frighteners – which I saw in theaters when I was eleven and preceded to have nightmares.  Thanks dad.  The Scary Stories books always made a lasting impression on me thanks to the exquisitely creepy charcoal illustrations by Stephen Gammell.  They were a perfect pairing to Alvin Schwart’s eerie tales of ghosts, old houses, and haunting sounds in the darkness.  Countless nights were spent »

- Michael Haffner

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See a Buster Bluth Goosebumps Novel

26 October 2012 9:17 AM, PDT | Vulture | See recent Vulture news »

Last week, we envisioned what would happen if R.L. Stine's kid-horror series Goosebumps adapted stories from Dexter, American Horror Story, and The Walking Dead. But illustrator Jon Defreest later realized that there is another horrific TV tale that would lend itself to the Goosebumps treatment: a terrifying story about an Army veteran with one hand who is terrorized by his witchy mom. It is, of course, the haunting story of Arrested Development's Buster Bluth. Look at it, if you dare, because if you listen closely at night, you can hear him moan, Hey, brother »

- Jon Defreest

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Listen to an Excerpt from R.L. Stine's New Adult Horror Novel Red Rain

25 October 2012 1:38 PM, PDT | DreadCentral.com | See recent Dread Central news »

Several months ago we learned that bestselling children's book author R.L. Stine was entering the adult horror novel arena with Red Rain, which was released by Simon & Schuster's Touchstone imprint earlier this month. Now we have an excerpt for you to listen to.

Synopsis:

Before there was J. K. Rowling, before there was Stephenie Meyer or Suzanne Collins, there was R.L. Stine. Witty, creepy, and compulsively readable, his books defined horror for a generation of young readers— readers who have now come of age. In Red Rain, Stine uses his unerring knack for creating terror to tap into some very grownup fears. Travel writer Lea Sutter finds herself on a small island off the coast of South Carolina, the wrong place at the wrong time. A merciless, unanticipated hurricane cuts a path of destruction through the island, and Lea barely escapes with her life.

In the storm’s aftermath she discovers two orphaned boys—twins. »

- The Woman In Black

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10 Of The Greatest Halloween Movies Of All Time

18 October 2012 4:33 PM, PDT | Celebsology | See recent Celebsology news »

It's that time of year again: the leaves have changed, pumpkins have been carved, and once it gets dark, something always seems to be lurking right behind you. Lock your doors, break out the candy corn, and get ready to be spooked.

Here are 10 of the best Halloween movies of all time:

1. Halloween

 

Nothing says "Halloween" quite like Michael Myers stalking a young Jamie Lee Curtis. Watch out for the Boogeyman… 

2. Disney's The Legend Of Sleepy Hollow

Forget the one with Johnny Depp. This 1949 animated Disney short is the perfect mix of comedy and terror.

3. It's The Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown

Charlie Brown got a rock, and Linus waited in the pumpkin patch all night for the Great Pumpkin. Halloween doesn't get any better than this.

4. Hocus Pocus

Need a reason to watch Hocus Pocus? Here are 30.

5. Goosebumps: The Haunted Mask

R.L. Stine sure knew how to scare the »

- Michelle McGahan

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10 Of The Greatest Halloween Movies Of All Time

18 October 2012 4:33 PM, PDT | Filmology | See recent Filmology news »

It's that time of year again: the leaves have changed, pumpkins have been carved, and once it gets dark, something always seems to be lurking right behind you. Lock your doors, break out the candy corn, and get ready to be spooked.

Here are 10 of the best Halloween movies of all time:

1. Halloween

 

Nothing says "Halloween" quite like Michael Myers stalking a young Jamie Lee Curtis. Watch out for the Boogeyman… 

2. Disney's The Legend Of Sleepy Hollow

Forget the one with Johnny Depp. This 1949 animated Disney short is the perfect mix of comedy and terror.

3. It's The Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown

Charlie Brown got a rock, and Linus waited in the pumpkin patch all night for the Great Pumpkin. Halloween doesn't get any better than this.

4. Hocus Pocus

Need a reason to watch Hocus Pocus? Here are 30.

5. Goosebumps: The Haunted Mask

R.L. Stine sure knew how to scare the »

- Michelle McGahan

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When Speedman Met Gosling

9 October 2012 5:28 AM, PDT | TheInsider.com | See recent The Insider news »

Turns out Scott Speedman and Ryan Gosling have more in common than just their homeland -- as revealed on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, the Canadians also share an on-screen credit: a 1996 episode of Goosebumps!

Related - Scott Speedman Talks Last Resort

Thankfully we weren't just told about this small screen collaboration, we were given video!

"Goosebumps was a show, like, honestly, I got that job the morning of," Scott said last night. "I showed up, they put these porn sunglasses on me, I didn't know what was going on. I played a cop. I was like 20-years-old playing a cop. It was cool."

Video - Ryan Gosling's Pre-Fame Talent Show

Check out the clip and see if you too think it was "cool."

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What Gives R.L. Stine Goosebumps?

8 October 2012 5:30 AM, PDT | Huffington Post | See recent Huffington Post news »

"Where I Like To Read" is a series of short author interviews and blog posts in which writers share their literary tastes and their favorite places to curl up with a good book.

R.L. Stine, the author of the "Goosebumps" series, and a new adult novel, "Red Rain" [Touchstone, $24.99]:

Tell us about your new novel, "Red Rain"

So many people in their 20s and 30s, on Twitter, say "Please write something for us," so I have to listen to them, they're my audience. The book is about evil twins, I mean Really evil twins. First of all, I thought it'd be sort of funny or ironic for me to write about evil kids. And it turns out, people have been afraid of twins all through time. Actually I was being interviewed a couple weeks ago by a twin, and she said she was afraid of twins, too!

How do you »

- Madeleine Crum

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In "The Haunting Hour" R.L. Stine Creates a Suitable Heir to "Are You Afraid of the Dark?"

16 September 2012 5:30 AM, PDT | JustPressPlay.net | See recent JustPressPlay news »

Any kid from the 90s can relate to you the two most popular horror series in any medium without thinking: Are You Afraid of the Dark? of Nickelodeon’s Snick lineup and R.L. Stine’s Goosebumps. The latter were easily digestible tales of strangeness, and they were wildly popular. So much so that they were later adapted into a TV series, and supposedly someday, a movie. After that though, the time of R.L. Stine passed and the Goosebumps series and R.L. Stine’s name passed into obscurity—until recently. Thanks to the new, well-crafted series R.L. Stine’s The Haunting Hour on Hub, the author’s name finally gets its resurgence, and in a way that takes many of its cues from his older works as well as some of the modern trends in the horror genre.

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- Lex Walker

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DVD Review: R.L. Stine's The Haunting Hour Season One Vol. 1 & 2

10 September 2012 2:57 PM, PDT | Cinelinx | See recent Cinelinx news »

The Movie Pool gets a creepy thrill from The Haunting Hour Season One Vol. 1 & 2 DVDs!

This is a review of Volumes One and Two of Season One, each sold separately.

The Set-up

From the mind of R.L. Stine, the creator of Goosebumps, comes this anthology of scary stories as shown on the Hub TV network. Volume One covers the first five episodes of Season One, and Volume Two covers episodes six through ten of Season One.

The Delivery

I don't know how R.L. Stine's The Haunting Hour managed to stay off my TV-watching radar, but I'm glad this DVD release has introduced me to this outstanding suspense series. Each episode features an excellent story and high production values, which resulted in the show garnering seven 2012 Daytime Emmy nominations. It is aimed at pre-teens, but I found the episodes highly entertaining, and at times, creepy and atmospheric. The stories are self-contained, »

- feeds@themoviepool.com (Victor Medina)

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Jennifer Lopez’s Carmen Sandiego Has Its Writer

26 June 2012 8:55 PM, PDT | Vulture | See recent Vulture news »

The Where in the World Is Carmen Sandiego? adaptation that could star Jennifer Lopez — she's producing, but hasn't committed to the role yet — has tapped Darren Lemke as its writer. The Hollywood Reporter writes that Lemke — who wrote Shrek Forever After and the upcoming Jack the Giant Killer, and who worked on the ongoing Hollywood attempt at R.L. Stine's Goosebumps — is "one of the town’s go-to scribes for family films." Sorry to crush your dream of seeing Carmen Sandiego rebooted as a dark and sexy 90-minute geography lesson for grown-ups. »

- Zach Dionne

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The Hub Network Airing a Nine-Hour Marathon of Chills and Thrills this Coming Friday the 13th

4 April 2012 4:25 PM, PDT | DreadCentral.com | See recent Dread Central news »

Looking for a way to enjoy this coming Friday, April 13th, with your kids (or maybe just indulge the kid inside of you)? Then look no further than The Hub TV Network, which is airing a nine-hour marathon of chills and thrills.

From the Press Release:

Celebrate one of the spookiest days of the year on The Hub TV Network, a destination for kids and their families! The programming schedule for the evening is filled with 13 of the scariest and creepiest fan-favorite episodes of two of the network’s most popular series, “R.L. Stine’s The Haunting Hour: The Series” and “Goosebumps.” The special Friday the 13th lineup will also include the debut of “Clue” as a movie recaptured from its original series format, which premiered as a five-part miniseries last fall. The nine-hour marathon of chills and thrills all happens Friday, April 13th, 9 p.m.-6 a.m. Et only on The Hub! »

- The Woman In Black

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'Criminal Minds' A.J. Cook glad to have come full circle

28 March 2012 1:00 PM, PDT | Zap2It - From Inside the Box | See recent Zap2It - From Inside the Box news »

A.J. Cook is glad to be back where many fans feel she belongs.

After being let go from her role as FBI Behavioral Analysis Unit sleuth Jennifer "Jj" Jareau, the actress was brought back to CBS' long-running Wednesday crime drama "Criminal Minds" for its current season. With the show's seventh round nearing its end, and repeats shown regularly on both A&E Network and Ion, Cook feels as if she never left ... almost.

"Because of all that has happened in the past year, there's a huge sense of pride and accomplishment there," she reflects. "I'm happy to see the long way that Jj has come. I always think back to the first episode, and I don't even know who that character is anymore.

"She's grown so much, and we've watched her grow up on-screen in a way," Cook adds. "I feel like I've done a lot of growing up in »

- editorial@zap2it.com

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Goosebumps author R.L. Stine published a horror story on Twitter

20 February 2012 1:23 PM, PST | avclub.com | See recent The AV Club news »

R.L. Stine—creator of the Goosebumps series that allowed many a kid to escape the horrors of middle school with comforting tales of murder—has written so many best-selling stories by now that he could pretty much just give them away. And so that’s what he did late last week, tweeting a brief tale about a haunted kitchen to his followers that you can read below. It’s admittedly slight, true, but normally for the feeling of horror slowly mounting line-by-line, you’d have to follow Courtney Stodden (and you don’t want to do that). Still, it »

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