Goosebumps 2: Haunted Halloween - WikipediaHalloween is just around the corner, and to celebrate the spookiest holiday of the year there's a new Goosebumps movie arriving in theaters - Goosebumps 2: Haunted Halloween. The movie features a new cast of kids - played by Jeremy Ray Taylor IT , Caleel Harris Castle Rock , and Madison Iseman Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle - who discover a lost Goosebumps book in a hidden room and unwittingly unleash a new season of terror, as Slappy the Dummy brings Halloween costumes to life and wreaks havoc on the city. Jack Black reprises his role as Goosebumps author R. I have to ask, because the movie's about a secret Goosebumps book hidden in a box - is there actually a secret Goosebumps book somewhere out there? Stine: No. I wish [laughs]. I wish there were some extra ones somewhere that I could pull out.
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Even worse, I still do it. But no, he kidnaps Sarah and Sonny's mom. I love Agatha Christie and Ruth Rendell. The book of the epic new frightfest.
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These cookies do not store any personal information. With the exception of Jack Blacknone of the cast from the previous film returns here? Enlarge cover. The kids head for the Wardenclyffe Tower while Stine arrives in town.
I was totally fooled. No, wait - do panic? Categories :. I had no hair at all when I was a kid.
If you grew up loving horror any time in the last few decades, odds are you grew up reading books written by R. With the film now in theaters, I recently hopped on the phone for a chat with Stine to talk about the legacy of Goosebumps and the new film adaptation. He discussed the trick to the Goosebumps brand horror, getting the endings right, why he still outlines every story, why his books endure across generations, and a whole lot more. I, like a lot of people in my generation, grew up a huge fan of your books. In a good way. Yes, I was. What do you still love about writing, and especially writing horror?