Browse The Monsters Of The ‘Goosebumps’ Movie And Meme Them Freely


The best thing the internet has brought us is that – and don’t listen to anyone who says otherwise, for they are liars – we can talk about amazing things without friends and readers seeing how we’re audibly squealing with delight over the latest bit of news.

Back in April, the plot for the upcoming Goosebumps movie was revealed (spoilers?): the film will be a live-action, majorly meta movie where in which Goosebumps author R.L. Stine, his daughter, and a young lad crushing on her fight off Stine’s creations come to life. As R.L. Stine was the Stephen King of our youths, this is all quite fitting (spoilers for a ten-year-old book).

But which monsters will we see? Undoubtedly, the internet will be awash with Cabin in the Woods-style charts and screenshots pinpointing each and every monster and easter egg. We’ve been given a few in advance and, as a neat little promotional gimmick that we can’t help but love, you can make memes with them



See? Just like that.

You’ll be sharing the images anyway; they just ask that you include a hashtag and release date while you’re at it. There’s nothing quite like manufactured virality. Asking the public to meme you isn’t always a great idea, but this seems like a harmless endeavor. Please don’t prove me wrong, internet.

The film is currently slated for release on March 23, 2016, giving you plenty of time to tear through all 62 novellas with much vigor and great nostalgia. Jack Black is R.L. Stine. The young, lovestruck lad is played by R.L. Stine veteran Dylan Minnette (PrisonersLOST, Let Me In, that Steve Carell movie with the long title), and his crush is Odeya Rush (The GiverWe Are What We Are). Also on board is Ken Marino, who we’ve already seen be pretty great in some more adult comedy horror.

Tyler Hanan

Tyler raves about movies on the Let The Right Films In podcast. Listen to him make jokes over his beleaguered cohost Kayla St. Onge and their more qualified guests who deserve so much better at Find him on Twitter @tylerhanan.
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