Waxwork Records is excited to announce the re-release of Goosebumps Original Motion Picture Music by Danny Elfman, approved by author R.L. Stine and featuring artwork by Goosebumps artist, Tim Jacobus!
In partnership with Netflix, Milan Records, and Sony Music, Waxwork Records is thrilled to release Fear Street Music from the Netflix Horror Trilogy Event! The deluxe 3xLP album features the score music composed for the three installments in the trilogy based on R.L. Stine’s best-selling horror book series.
“It began as a prank… and ended in murder.”
It’s rare that I write a review of a film I really hated, but Goosebumps 2: Happy Halloween held such promise I’ll make an exception. The first film had a fair few faults of its own, such as straying from the source material. But for the most part, the original stayed true to the tone of the books and had some good comedy moments. The second film however has fewer comedic parts that made me laugh, but at least does feel true to the tone of the books – more so than the TV series – with the main plot being similar to Night of the Living Dummy.
“Halloween comes to life.”
R.L. Stine rules, ok? Goosebumps were more than just a bestselling series of novellas; they served as a gateway into horror for a new generation of bookworms. Now all grown up, ’90s kids like myself can get nostalgic for Fright-Rags’ Goosebumps Collection.