Goosebumps is a joyous romp that manages to nod to classic horrors and genre clichés, while delivering some family-friendly scares and a remarkable amount of genuine humour
Being only just the, er, youthful side of 50, my exposure to RL Stine’s hugely successful series of children’s horror stories has been non-existent.
This large budget family adventure flopped big-time in the US after a troubled making. It's a traditional CGI affair, ambitious and enjoyable; its failure to lure in audiences somewhat unjust.
The third Shrek movie got a little bit of a pasting, critically speaking. I'm really not sure why.