This 'Goosebumps' Rap with Jack Black is Goosin' Glorious

Get ready for a '90s nostalgia moment we never knew we needed until we finally got it and now can't live without it.

With the "Goosebumps" film about to hit theaters, star Jack Black joined forces with the Nerdist's Malik Forté for a post-movie style song and music video in the vein of Will Smith's "Here Come the Men in Black" and LL Cool J's "Deepest Bluest" titled "The Bumps Gonna Goose Ya."

Guys. It's more amazing than you think it is.

If you're a fan of "Goosebumps" (and if you grew up in the '90s how can you not be?) this music video shows the sort of love going into this film. It features a ton of references to the children's horror series -- from visuals like Slappy to audio like utilizing the theme of the short-lived television series to lyrical like literally stringing together the titles of the books in order to form the song's lyrics.

Like we said: Goosin' Glorious.

Directed by Rob Letterman, the horror comedy centers on teenager Zach Cooper (Minnette), who moves to a small town and meets new neighbor Hannah (Odeya Rush). Her father, “Goosebumps” author R.L. Stine (Black), keeps all the ghosts and monsters from the series locked up in his books. When Zach unintentionally releases them, he, Hannah and Stine must team up to return the ghouls before it’s too late.

“Goosebumps” opens October 16.

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