A release date has been announced for the upcoming big screen adaptation of the R.L. Stine scholastic horror series Goosebumps, and you're gonna be waiting a couple of years for these kid-friendly chills to shoot down your spine. Look for it in theatres on March 23, 2016.
More casting news has hit the wire for the feature film version of R.L. Stine's mega-popular Goosebumps series, as Prisoners star Dylan Minnette will co-lead opposite Jack Black.
After numerous false starts, a big screen adaptation of R.L. Stine's mega-popular Goosebumps series is finally on its way. And it has just found itself a lead actress. Read on!
2014 Is turning out to be one hell of a year for R.L. Stine fans. Not only has the feature film adaptation of Goosebumps entered production, but later this year we'll also see the revival of his popular book series Fear Street. And that's just the beginning, friends!
Many of us have grown up with the young adult horror fiction of R.L. Stine and his Goosebumps series, which serves as the perfect set of genre training wheels for us horror fans with kids. But what if Stine had penned some of horror's most visceral content?
More R.L. Stine related news has hit the wire, and it's wonderful to see this author getting the love he deserves. It's LONG overdue. It sounds as if a Goosebumps movie is on the way, and Sony is eying Jack Black to star!
You know, there's a dirty joke somewhere in that headline, but in the interest of timeliness I'll just report the news instead. Famed young adult horror author R.L. Stine is getting some more love on the small screen courtesy of MTV and Jason Blum.
New York City is once again the setting for Gotham noir as the International Thriller Writers (ITW) brings ThrillerFest VIII to town from July 10-13, 2013, at the Grand Hyatt Hotel to celebrate the "art of the thrill."
Around here we've always considered the R.L. Stine Goosebumps books akin to horror training wheels. You gotta bring the young pups up right, ya know? And now kids everywhere will be able to enjoy these wonderful tales in a whole new way!
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.
You have to wonder if the creators behind Twitter had any idea of how influential and informative the site would become. For instance, author R.L. Stine has used it not only to announce the renewal of his TV show, "The Haunting Hour", but also to unveil a new very short story.
Just two episodes remain in this season of "R.L. Stine's The Haunting Hour" on The Hub network, and fans of Ariel Winter from "Modern Family" will be happy to hear she's appearing in the January 28th episode entitled "Headshot". And we're happy to provide a clip from the ep.
So, Dread Central parents, are you doing your best to raise up some horror-loving children? If so, you'll probably want to be sure to tune in to this week's episode of "R.L. Stine's The Haunting Hour: The Series", which is entitled "Night of the Mummy", with guest star Zachary Gordon (Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules). We have an exclusive clip to help get you and the kids fired up for it.
A live-action feature adaptation of the R.L. Stine book series Goosebumps has been kicking around Columbia Pictures for months (if not years), and the last we heard Carl Ellsworth (co-writer of Red Dawn and Disturbia) had come aboard to write the screenplay. But things have changed, and now Darren Lemke (Jack the Giant Killer) is starting over from Page One.
Exclusive Clip from the Two-Part January 7th Episode of R.L. Stine's The Haunting Hour - The Most Evil Sorcerer
The Hub TV network has provided us with an exclusive clip (along with a second preview clip) from the upcoming two-part episode of "R.L. Stine's The Haunting Hour: The Series", which is entitled "The Most Evil Sorcerer", guest starring genre favorite Michael Ironside. The ep airs this Saturday, January 7th, at 5:00 and 5:30 PM ET.