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Fear Street Part 1: 1994 Tries to Do Too Much [Review]

Fear Street Part 1: 1994 arrives heavy with expectation. A loose adaptation of the beloved R.L. Stine teen novel series of the same name – a more grown-up accompaniment to Goosebumps – this first inst...

Haunted Library

These Rare Goosebumps Books Have Been All But Forgotten

There’re plenty of Goosebumps stories that have fallen out of print. With each passing day, they grow more and more expensive online. It’s to the point where people charge hundreds of dollars on...

Goosebumps

How Revenge R Us Succeeds at Being Even Worse than Chicken Chicken [Goosebumps Rewind]

Goosebumps Rewind is a feature where we take a look back at the best (and worst) of the R.L. Stine-created youth fiction series. In the inaugural installment, we will be looking back on ‘Revenge R Us”...

Haunting Hour

Five of the Creepiest Episodes of R. L. Stine’s The Haunting Hour

If you’re unfamiliar with R. L. Stine’s The Haunting Hour, just imagine a modernized version of Goosebumps without the awful acting and lame twists. Unlike its fairly tame ’90s prede...

Goosebumps

Netflix Horror Spotlight: Goosebumps (2015)

Netflix Horror Spotlight brings you Wicked Horror’s top picks for what to watch on Netflix, whether it’s the latest indie darling, a classic masterpiece or a silly slasher that deserves a bit more att...

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Blu-Ray Review: Goosebumps is Great Fun for the Whole Family!

When Zach and his mother relocate to a small town, he initially misses city life. But things start to look up when he meets next door neighbor Hannah. When Zach opens a manuscript in Hannah’s ho...

Fear Street Novels that Need to be Adapted for the Big Screen

After hearing the rumors of an upcoming film based on the Fear Street novels by R. L. Stine, we thought it might be fun to take a look at some of the author’s most memorable books and spotlight ...

Great October reads for young horror fans. The Haunted Mask in Goosebumps

Great Reads for Young Horror Fans

It’s the time of year to not only watch the great horror classics, but read them as well. Every Fall, you’ll see people dusting off the Stephen King titles they love to revisit or still haven’t gotten...

Advance Review: R.L. Stine’s Monsterville Cabinet of Souls

A teenage mind is full of hopes and dreams and when a kid is offered a chance to fulfill their wildest desires, they can be easily manipulated. The Hall of Horrors preys on teenage vulnerability by of...

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