See Clawdeen Wolf in First Monster High Movie
Mattel has had major success with their super popular Monster High franchise. What started out as awesome monster dolls with great fashion sense has turned into video games, clothing, a book series, Halloween costumes, home décor, and much much more. And thanks to the brand new Monster High movie, Monster High: Ghouls Rule, there is now Monster High everything. I wish this stuff was around when I was a little one – coolest dolls ever, WAY better than Barbie. Who wants to play with a boring blonde Barbie when you can have a hot werewolf dolls (both girl and guy werewolf dolls). Way rad. Anyway, check out the details on the new movie.
Monster High: Ghouls Rule unearths an old conflict between “Normies” and monsters – and things are about to get scary! For years, students at Monster High were warned that Halloween was a night to stay inside and avoid conflict at all costs. But Frankie and her friends discover that ghouls and “Normies” once loved to spend the holiday together! The ghouls decide to turn back the clock and use the night to celebrate their individuality and show that it’s okay to “Be Yourself. Be Unique. Be a Monster!”
Check out the trailer:
Yeah, it’s totally a kid movie, but it’s supposed to be. It’s the perfect, upbeat monster movie for the youngins. The line has awesome characters like vampires, werewolves, ghouls, ghosts, gargoyles and many more I can’t even label. I wish I was still young enough to play with these, it would be a bit creepy if I did so now. Creepy and highly dysfunctional. Adulthood is lame!
Anyone here picking the new DVD up for themselves or their kiddies? Who here is a Monster High fan?
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