Listener beware. You’re in for a scare.
Now that it’s available on Netflix, I recently revisited 2015’s Goosebumps, which is an absolute blast that totally captures the spirit of R.L. Stine’s books. Not only is the iconic title font used at the start, but the incredibly cool end credits bring artist Tim Jacobus’ classic cover illustrations to life in such a fun way.
The one thing the movie is missing? The theme song from the TV series!
For a little Halloween treat, darksynth musician DreamReaper has recorded his own reimagining of the “Goosebumps” theme, which we’re thinking you might enjoy.
He even whipped up a piece of art inspired by the original book covers!
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