History NightmareFuel / Goosebumps

19th May '16 11:58:53 AM PrinceKaen
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* ''I Live In Your Basement'' has a "girl" turn inside out (in full detail) and has the main protagonist Marco cave in Keith's skull in with a paper weight.

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* ''I Live In Your Basement'' has a "girl" turn inside out (in full detail) and has the main protagonist Marco cave in Keith's skull in with a paper weight.
9th May '16 4:54:24 AM erforce
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** The Executioner himself. He's a ruthless killer who will stop at nothing to find his targets, even if he has to travel through time to do so. Basically, he's a medieval version of TheTerminator. Even the local wizard is terrified of him!

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** The Executioner himself. He's a ruthless killer who will stop at nothing to find his targets, even if he has to travel through time to do so. Basically, he's a medieval version of TheTerminator.a Franchise/{{Terminator}}. Even the local wizard is terrified of him!
24th Apr '16 5:22:44 AM badwolf117
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* The TV episode of ''Night of the Living Dummy III'' with Slappy [[spoiler: turning Zane into a Dummy.]] worst of all [[spoiler: Zane is constantly trying to talk but only muffled sounds are heard.]]
26th Mar '16 12:14:55 AM MegaJ
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* ''Ghost Camp'' is one of the most distressing and legitimately terrifying of the original books for a few good reasons.

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* ''Ghost Camp'' is one of the most distressing and legitimately terrifying of the original books for a few good reasons. Even Troy Steele, the blogger behind Blog/BloggerBeware mentioned that it's the "closest a Goosebumps book has come to being scary."
15th Feb '16 10:28:12 AM MegaJ
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[[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/goosebumpsdummy.jpg]]
[[caption-width-right:350:[[WhatDoYouMeanItsForKids Would YOU give your kid a book with]] [[DemonicDummy THIS on the cover?]]]]
4th Feb '16 7:50:44 PM SideburnsKid
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** There is one particular scene where Slappy confronts the heroes in a hall of mirrors, only appearing in one mirror at a time.
25th Jan '16 1:16:44 AM VanHohenheimOfXerxes
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** Also, a lot of people's skin melt off.

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** Also, a lot of people's skin melt off. It's all very reminiscent of that terrifying scene at the end of ''Film/RaidersOfTheLostArk''.
20th Jan '16 3:42:14 PM Hedging
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* ''Click'' wasn't particularily scary for the most part, but the ending where Seth [[spoiler: attempts to stop his friend from taking the remote by hitting the power button on him...but ends up turning off the ''world''...and just then the batteries die! Uh oh!]]
7th Jan '16 9:59:05 PM NickTheSwing
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** The fact monsters live in basements and do not dare emerge elicits some likewise very disturbing vibes.
2nd Nov '15 7:14:15 AM lepouvantail
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* R.L Stine keeps his monsters in an AndIMustScream situation. Although most of them do deserve it, what about the monsters he wrote that aren't evil or dangerous? They're stuck in the books simply because Stine is too afraid of what they'll do if he lets them go.

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* R.L Stine keeps his monsters in an AndIMustScream situation. Although most of them do deserve it, what about the monsters he wrote that aren't evil or dangerous? They're stuck in the books simply because Stine is too afraid of what they'll do if he lets them go.go.
* The only way to defeat the monsters is to [[spoiler: write them into a book to contain them]]. This can only be accomplished by [[spoiler: using Stine's typewriter]]. If [[spoiler: the monsters are freed again, and the typewriter is destroyed]], there is no way to stop the monsters at all. And we know that Slappy [[DangerouslyGenreSavvy learns from his mistakes]]...
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