R.L. Stine


MTV’s Eye Candy

I was super disappointed to get the news this weekend. A new TV show that I've fallen in love with has been cancelled. This is basically my life. I'm cursed. The moment I like a show, it's cancelled. Have you guys heard of EYE CANDY? Have you heard of Eye Candy? Eye Candy is adapted from a book by R.L. Stine. Eye Candy (show) is about a hacker named Lindy who reluctantly joins the world of online dating. Once immersed in it, one of the men she's dating turns out to be a total creep and deadly stalker who targets her and anyone who she loves. Eye Candy stars V[...]


Horror Author: Elizabeth Fields Visits Our Graveyard

Midnighters, I have a fantastic post for you today! I had the honor of interviewing actress and author, Elizabeth Fields, who is currently writing the screenplay for a few of her horror stories that are slated to begin filming soon—which is so cool, by the way! The best part???? She is a fan of Buffy the Vampire Slayer!!! Definitely the perfect match for us here at The Midnight Society. Enjoy:) 1.  How did you get started writing horror?   I’ve been writing since I learned how to hold a pen. I read a lot of Goosebumps as a kid. I tried my hand at writing[...]


Hi Babes, I’m Back! – The Babysitter Series from R.L. Stine

Lately, I've been making bi-weekly trips down to my local used book store The Bookman, and shopping their selection of horror books from the 90's. You know, from the reign of R.L. Stine. Last week I went, and picked up these babies.  I haven't read these ones yet, but I can't wait to. I'll make sure I keep you guys up on which one of these I'm reading. But for now, I've been busy reading what I bought on my last haul, which was The Babysitter series from R.L. Stine. The Babysitter series from R.L. Stine is about a girl named Jenny who is tormented by a mysteriou[...]


Fear Street is back with Party Games!

I loved reading R.L. Stine as a child. My parents raised me watching scary movies and reading horror novels. When I was five, I had two favorite movies. One was The Little Mermaid. The other one was Halloween. Yep, like Michael Myers.   Needless to say, I've read pretty much every single Goosebumps and Fear Street novel out there. To me, it's like a rite of passage for children who love scary things. So imagine my excitement when I heard the news... FEAR STREET IS BACK. That's right. R.L. Stine has a new Fear Street novel coming out called Party Games[...]