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Goosebumps: The Blob That Ate Everyone

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  • Format: Dolby, Dubbed, Full Screen, NTSC, Subtitled
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, French, Spanish
  • Dubbed: Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: UNRATED
  • Studio: 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment
  • Release Date: Sept. 7 2010
  • Run Time: 66 minutes
  • ASIN: B003U6SJWW
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #47,910 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful
More Scary Stories From R.L. Stine Sept. 20 2010
By Jeffrey T. Munson - Published on
This DVD contains three scary stories based on the children's books by R.L. Stine.

The first episode is entitled "The Blob That Ate Everyone". Zack dreams of becoming a horror writer. One day after school, Zack and his friend Alex discover an abandoned shop. Inside the shop is an old typewriter. Immediately intrigued by its possibilities for his writing potential, Zack scoops up the typewriter and heads home. However, weird things begin to happen as Zack begins to type. Everything that Zack types becomes real. It begins innocently enough, with a thunderstorm, then the lights go out in the house. But when one of Zack's classmates writes about the blob that ate everyone, you can guess what happened next..

Episode two is called "My Hairiest Adventure". Larry and his band are rehearsing for an upcoming concert when they discover a bottle of instant tanning oil. When Larry puts it on, instead of getting a cool bronze tan, he begins to grow hair! To make matters worse for him, he's constantly being followed by a pack of dogs, and these dogs are more than they seem. Will he be able to get rid of the hair and break the mystery of the dogs before its too late?

The final episode is called "Piano Lessons Can Be Murder". Jerry has just moved into a new house, and he and his father discover an old piano in the basement. But, that's not all that Jerry sees. he also sees the ghostly image of a woman warning him about the piano. Undeterred, Jerry decides to take lessons at the Shreek music school. But the mysterious Dr. Shreek is hiding a secret of his own.

My children have enjoyed the "Goosebumps" videos for several years, and this collection is very good. The stories are scary, but they are not REALLY scary like a horror movie. These videos are appropriate for most children.

I highly recommend this fine DVD. Your children will certainly get a good scare (and laugh) from this collection of "Goosebumps" stories.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
horror for younger viewers. Nov. 13 2011
By Michael Dobey - Published on
Goosebumps was a great tv show aimed at preteens. It was made in Canada and they did a good job. This is a great one for families to enjoy. In fact they should have put this out in a normal series way. but Instead it's three episodes per dvd. Today we have r.l. stines haunted stories show which is actually scarier and more teen orientated. Todays show has cgi effects , but this one has alot of charm and effects that are good and old school all the way. After all this was as show from the 90's-early 00's. This is actually better for younger kids than the newer show.
The dvd's look great as they should as this show isn't that old really.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Clean and family friendly spooks Nov. 7 2013
By MomOf3 - Published on
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Bought this as a Halloween movie marathon treat for my kids this year. This has 3 @20 minute episodes on it. What I enjoy out of them is that they are "clean" horror flicks for younger kids. I have 7 yr old twins and a 4 yr and they all enjoyed it. You can tell these were TV episodes due to the pauses made during them which would have been commercials when aired. Does not take away from it and if anything it adds to the childrens' suspense.

The Blob that ate everyone: To me as an adult - it looked vastly fake and the kids really didn't understand the whole basis of a blob due to this.
Piano lessons are murder: Dropping off your child with strangers and never believing a thing he said - enough said right there.
My hairiest adventure - my kids enjoyed this one the most due to the laugh factor
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Typewriters and Instant Tan, are Murder June 10 2012
By Rebecca M. Hellickson - Published on
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Another gift for the Goosebump obsessed second grade daughter of mine. Usually the title episode is first on the DVDs, but not so in this case. The first one is "Piano Lessons are Murder". The new kid in town gets piano lessons from Dr. Shreik (hah hah) to impress a girl. But in Goosebumps adventures things rarely work out as planned. The second episode is the "The Blob That Ate Everyone"...a boy who loves to tell scary stories comes across an antique typewriter which seems to have eerie powers. The final episode is "My Hairiest Adventure", a teenaged boy's coming of age story where he notices that the neighbors are disapearing all around him. Even one by one his he next?

My favorite episode is "The Blob the Ate Everyone", there is a nostalgia of the old Twilight Zone to it.

My daughter's favorite episode is "My Hairiest Adventure." Because, "It is kind of like a movie, and it has narrating."
childhood favorite Feb. 15 2013
By Harmony Lenz - Published on
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love goosebumps, i am so excited they are making new ones. the blob was one of my favorite movies and now to have it as a goosebump story, awesome.