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GOOSEBUMPS: THE BLOB THAT ATE EVERYONE

What to know: A twelve-year-old boy who aspires to be a famous horror writer, films his scariest story ever.
KIDS FIRST ENDORSED GOOSEBUMPS: THE BLOB THAT ATE EVERYONE is in the KIDS FIRST! Film Festival - it may not be a regular, endorsed title
Recommended age 5-12
66 minutes
DVD
TWENTIETH CENTURY FOX HOME ENTERTAINMENT
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This DVD is about people who have ghost encounters and strange stuff happens to them. I like how it's made-up stories of ghosts and stuff. I didn't really like how unreal the blob looked. It looked really fake. I think my friends would like this because they like the books. The pictures looked fake, but that's okay. Some parts were better than others. My favorite part was figuring out whether the conclusion I figured out would happen was really how it ended
If you like a little scare, then Goosebumps is perfect for you. You'll find your heart beating faster and turning your face away from gross scenarios as the stories based on R. L. Stines writing come to life. Each of the three anecdotes on this DVD end well and inspire imagination. In The Blob That Ate Everyone, a young writer realizes that he has the power to create his own stories. In Piano Lessons Can Be Murder a young boys encounters a ghost. It's a story that might put kids off piano lessons forever. My Hariest Adventure is about a boy who suddenly begins to grow excessive amounts of hair on his arms and legs. The cinematography on the DVD is very clear, as is the sound. These are television episodes put onto DVD, and it's obvious with brief pauses and backtracks for commercial breaks. The acting in My Hariest Adventure seems stilted.
A twelve-year-old boy who aspires to be a famous horror writer, films his scariest story ever. When he starts typing it on an old spooky typewriter, it starts coming true!
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