Goosebumps is a fantastical story with a brilliant mix of humor and horror where every monster from every Goosebumps book comes to life.
The film opens on a new kid in town. It becomes immediately evident that he struggles with the many changes in his life. The move from the great city of New York to a small town in Delaware is hard enough, but it’s even worse that his own mother works at his new school or that his new friend is the most awkward boy in school. However, all of these things pale in comparison to the recent death of his father.
In such a situation, it would be expected to the poor boy to wall himself off to the people close to him, but his walls are nothing compared to the walls put up by his neighbor. He is rude, controlling, and very secretive. What can Zach make of it?
The last things he would have suspected is that his reclusive neighbor is none other than famous children’s horror author R.L.Stine. In his house, Zach discovers a bookshelf filled with manuscripts. Each one harbors a real monster. Each monster is written into existence though Stine’s anger at the world and his desire to hurt it.
Through their adventure, Stine and Zach help each other tear down their walls and move forward with happy, open lives. They both find love. They both make friends. They both develop a deep respect for each other.
Goosebumps is much like the books it represents with humor, horror, twists, and above all personal growth.
Now graduated from college and out in the real world where it takes more than a cappella to get by, the Bellas return in Pitch Perfect 3, the next chapter in the beloved series that has taken in more than $400 million at the global box office. After the highs of winning the World Championships, the Bellas find themselves split apart and discovering there aren’t job prospects for making music with your mouth. But when they get the chance to reunite for an overseas USO tour, this group of awesome nerds will come together to make some music, and some questionable decisions, one last time.