R.L. Stine isn’t afraid of ghosts—or anything else, for that matter

R.L. Stine is best known for scaring millions of children for decades with the nightmarish imagery of his Goosebumps and Fear Street franchises. But after three decades of writing horror literature, it seems nothing scares him anymore. In the video above, Stine explains his attitude toward horror and its similarity to…

R.L. Stine on his love for old-fashioned radio drama and scary stories 

R.L. Stine is best known for haunting millions of children for decades with the nightmarish imagery of his Goosebumps and Fear Street franchises. But when he was a kid, radio stories like “tales well calculated to keep you in Suspense” kept him up at night. In the video above, R.L. Stine talks about his love for…

Fox developing theatrical “binge-watch” scheme with multiple Fear Street adaptations

The way people have really flocked to streaming must be truly terrifying for the major movie studios, which have tried to compete with stuff like Netflix and Amazon by instituting frustrating restrictions on when movies can be rented or downloaded or by releasing more and more movies through on-demand services while…

Hollywood not a stupid baby anymore, moves from Goosebumps to Fear Street

Having finished up with Goosebumps—which opens in U.S. theaters next week—Hollywood has metaphorically declared that it’s “not into stupid baby stuff anymore,” and is ready to move on to author R.L. Stine’s Fear Street books. According to The Wrap, 20th Century Fox and Chernin Entertainment are eyeing a film…