Goosebumps Movie Quotes 

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Updated November 6, 2017 108 votes 44 voters 13.6k views 8 items

Goosebumps movie quotes bring the best-selling children's books with the same name to life in a feature film. Based on the series by R.L. Stine, the film was directed by Rob Letterman using a screenplay Darren Lemke penned using a story by Scott Alexander and Larry Karaszewski. Goosebumps opened in theaters on October 16, 2015.

In Goosebumps, teen Zach Cooper (Dylan Minnette) and his mother, Gale (Amy Ryan), move to the small town of Madison, Delaware, where Gale is the new vice principal at the local high school. Zach soon meets the girl next door, Hannah (Odeya Rush), and her unfriendly father, R.L. Stine (Jack Black). So when Zach hears Hannah scream, he gathers his buddy Champ (Ryan Lee) and the two head to the Stine house to investigate.

In R.L. Stine's house, Zach and Champ discover a bunch of Goosebumps manuscripts with locks on them. When they unlock one, they are surprised to see a giant yeti pop up out of it. A bad situation only gets worse when Hannah and R.L. Stine arrive to inform them that all of the Goosebumps monsters are now unleashed and unless they act fast to suck the beasts back into the books, they are all doomed. The unlikely heroes must work together to save themselves and others from assured destruction.

Goosebumps opened alongside other great fall 2015 movies such as The Martian, The Walk, The Intern and Hotel Transylvania 2.
You Just Released Every Monster
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Champ: The Abominable Snowman just crawled out of a book! That doesn't just happen!
R.L. Stine: You just released every monster I've ever created!
Champ: What was that?
R.L. Stine: It's the Invisible Boy.
Champ: Ow!
R.L. Stine: Ah, he's such a crack up.

While Champ is in disbelief that an abominable snowman just crawled out of a book, R.L. Stine explains that all of the monsters he created in his books have now come to life. Luckily, some, like the Invisible Boy, are more annoying than actually dangerous.
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Every Story Every Told
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R.L. Stine: Hello, My name is Mr. R.L. Stine. Every story ever told can be broken down into three parts: The beginning, the middle, and the twist.

Working as an English teacher at the local high school, R.L. Stine hooks his students by telling them about the anatomy of a story. Little do they know, they're about to be learned by one of the most famous writers in the business.
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Why Are These Books Locked?
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Champ: Whoa! The Abominable Snowman of Pasadena, these are all Goosebumps manuscripts. Why are these books locked?
Hannah: Did you unlock a book?
R.L. Stine: Oh, no!
Zach Cooper: I'm sorry. I'll put it back where it belongs. Look, here it is.
Hannah: No, don't open it! ... Nobody make a sound!
Champ: Ahhhhhh!

Champ and Zach come upon a bunch of locked Goosebumps manuscripts, one of which they soon unlock. This is a bad idea, though, as Hannah and R.L. Stine soon tell them, as it has unleashed the monster within.
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We're Just Moving In
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Zach Cooper: Mom, are you positive there weren't any other places looking for vice principals?
Gale Cooper: You promise you'll give it a shot?
Zach Cooper: I promise, and I looked into it. Legally, I can't live on my own until I'm 18.
Zach Cooper: Yeah, I'm Zach, by the way.
Hannah: I'm Hannah.
R.L. Stine: Hannah, get away from the window. Now!
Hannah: I gotta go.
Zach Cooper: Hi! Hey, we're just moving in.
R.L. Stine: You see that fence?
Zach Cooper: Uh, yes
R.L. Stine: Stay on your side of it!
Zach Cooper: He's a big teddy bear.
Hannah: Don't take it personally. He doesn't really like anyone.

When Zach and his mother, Gale, arrive in Madison, Delaware, Zach has some mixed feelings on the new city. He does, however, meet a pretty girl his age right next door, but also, unfortunately, meets her unfriendly father.
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