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Jack Black Is Scary Good in ‘Goosebumps’ Rap (Video)

Film based on popular horror book series hits theaters on Oct. 16

Jack Black returned to his musical roots to perform in a new rap song for Nerdist based on his upcoming movie “Goosebumps.”

The new track by MF Bumps features Black, who plays “Goosebumps” author R.L. Stine in the movie. Black leads things off with a sinister laugh, setting up the song that covers a number of the book series’ titles featured in the film.

A troupe of dancers ghoulishly fly through the background as Bumps reminds us of our favorite “Goosebumps” stories from when we were kids, like “Welcome to Dead House” and “Stay Out of the Basement.”

The song even features a solo from Slappy the Dummy, the ventriloquist dummy from the “Night of the Living Dummy” series who will serve as the main antagonist of the film.

Watch the video.