A new Goosebump film is out and it’s going to be called The Movie.
It’s a remake of the classic 1978 classic, but this time with a twist.
This is not your classic horror movie.
The original Goosebums movie is a true horror story of a group of children who are sent to a cabin for a Halloween party, only to find that their hosts are a terrifyingly sweet ghost who turns them into his little buddies.
The story is a classic and it has made a lot of people smile, but the original film is a hit.
In the remake, the children are no longer a group, they are a family.
And this is the real story.
The movie is based on a short story by American writer and author Jack Lemmon called The Goosebumper.
He also wrote Goosebumped and Goosebumpy.
It was adapted into a TV series in 1980 by Robert Crumb, which also starred the late Joan Cusack.
In the remake the children’s story is adapted into the Goosebumptastic Horror film series and it was released in 1991.
The original Goosebump was based on the book The Adventures of Goosebumpey by William Gibson.
Here’s what you need to know about The Movie:The original film was shot in New York and was shot on location in the United Kingdom.
It is based in the fictional town of St. Paul, Minnesota.
It stars Oscar winner Natalie Portman, who plays the daughter of the head of the local hospital, Dr. Ellie.
Portman is the only actress to have played the lead in a feature film, having played the role in The Big Chill in 2004.
The film also stars Kirsten Dunst, Meryl Streep, Emma Thompson, Jodie Foster and more.