Goosebumps Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback

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Goosebumps is a Canadian/American horror anthology television series based on R. L. Stine's best-selling Goosebumps book series. It is an anthology of stories about children finding themselves in creepy and unusual situations, typically involving supernatural elements.

An unhappy member of the audience shares some thoughts about Goosebumps, ¨Some of the books had some really awesome covers, but the stories were poorly written, and they were not at all scary. Some of the stories were creative (like the walking scarecrows) but some of them were pretty dumb (like the haunted cuckoo clock or whatever). I read 3-4 of the books as a kid and I was never scared the least bit. So I thought that the show would be a little bit scarier, perhaps..

However the show that ran on TV was bad with preteens doing awful acting, lame special effects and cheesy plots.I have no idea why some people like this show, I thought it was awful even as a kid.I guess if you are 6 years old you might be slightly scared by goosebumps books, but if you are above that then you will really start noticing the awful writing of the author, and the fact that goosebumps tends to become really boring once you realize that they are not the slightest bit scary.¨

Labelling these books are horror books is very misleading, they are adventure books for kids, with awful writing and cheesy plots, and the show is just as bad.


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Gerald Creed says

"I would never use Encore Artists again. We hired an artist for a charity ball to raise money for the NHS. We ended up accidently paying twice and neither the artist or Encore will reply to our e-mails. They have not behaved in an honest manner and they clearly don't care once you've paid your fee. The worst agency I've ever used. There are lots of honest agents out there. Don't use Encore if you want an agency you can contact when things go wrong."

Elizabeth says

"First musician bailed. Had to find out, Encore 'forgot' to inform me. Had to argue for a discount on next booking, short notice. Second musician has just cancelled on the day. Took hours for Encore to make contact- no emergency no. and online 'help' useless. Staff are arrogant and a bit useless. Musicians clearly unreliable. Do not use. Used Sarah @ LastMinuteMusicians on the end, she was fab!"

Lorraine Harris says

"The company force musicans to inflate the price so they get their massive commision...the musican ends up working for encore when it should be the other way band is a brilliant 9 piece and we had to turn gigs down.... I doubt any of the agents are musicians themselves as they don't understand the other costs of putting on a show. Sound Engineers, travel cost, rig equipment etc...their only modus operandi is as much commission as possible."

ODP says

"Utter rubbish. Forces musicians to either: 1) Charge more as to make up for the loss from their service fee, thus making live music even more inaccessible for your average Joe. 2) Deal with the service fee and earn less, thus not benefiting the musicians. Save yourself money and join an agency where you pay an upfront fee and avoid Encore. They will also report negative reviews that aren't "reviewing the booking of musicians" but will quite happily keep positive reviews that don't meet that criteria - they also ignore the fact that the other service they offer is gigs for musicians... I guess us musicians are less important than the people booking. UPDATE: "Your review was reported for the same reason your Encore profile was removed from the platform: for use of unprofessional and insulting language." Complete rubbish. The reason for reporting was "not reviewing the service of booking musicians". I am more than happy to inject a screengrab of this message. Lies upon lies. Unprofessional language was never used on the platform. Unprofessional language was used but only via private email."

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