Mumbai: This July Sony PIX is all set to keep its viewers amazed with the Indian Television Premiere of Goosebumps, a film that combines live action and lots of special effects. Goosebumps is a fun, frantic, scary, adventurous film that captures the spirit of R. L Stine’s original books. This Hollywood blockbuster will premiere on 17th July at 1pm and 9pm only on Sony PIX.
The movie revolves around teenager Zach Cooper who after moving to a new town meets a girl named Hannah but her dad Mr. Shivers doesn’t want Zach to get close to Hannah. There is a reason her dad wants Zach to stay away, their house has a deadly secret that could destroy the whole town of Madison.
Shivers, played by Jack Black creates the Goosebumps books which contain the writer’s imaginary demons like the killer lawn gnomes, wolfmen or abominable snowmen. The monsters who were originally locked up inside the manuscripts are accidently set free by Zach and Shivers’ daughter Hannah who go snooping around the house.
Starring Jack Black, Dylan Minnette, Odeya Rush and an IMBD rating of 6.4 this blockbuster is sure to give you goosebumps as you witness a big secret unfold. Released in 2015, the movie was a solid performer at the Box office, generating $80 million domestically and another $77 million internationally on a budget of $58 million.
Stay Amazed with high-energy hunts and goosebumps as the demons come alive on Sony PIX on 17th July at 1pm and 9 pm
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