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on 6 June 2015
I have two nieces who are Monster High mad and have over 30 Monster High dolls and playsets at my house for them to play with when they visit along with tons more that I have bought them over the last few years (for at their own homes) and so I am no stranger to the world of Monster High. My son absolutely loves watching the Monster High films and so I've recently bought a few of these discs for him and he loves them.
This is a single DVD and case with one disc in but the one disc has the two films on it; Friday Night Frights and Why Do Ghouls Fall in Love. So when buying this set you are getting two films but on one disc.
Friday Night Frights has an approximate run time of 44minutes and the film is about how the Ghouls end up becoming the Skulltimate Roller Maze team for Monster High after Clawd Wolf is injured in a match against Granite City High (Gargoyles). The boys don't think the Ghouls can win but the Ghouls are determined to show that they can skate as well as the boys but only after trying to skate like the boys do they realise that in order to win they need to skate like the girls they are. The film introduces two new characters (well they were new at the time the film was released); Rochelle Goyle and Robecca Steam. Another brilliant film from Monster High which teaches many lessons including believing in yourself.
Why Do Ghouls Fall in Love has an approximate run time of 44minutes and the film is about Draculaura's sweet 1600 birthday. In the run up to her birthday Clawd (Draculaura's boyfriend) try's many presents to show her how much he loves her but they are all met with disapproval by Clawdeen and her Ghoulfriends and all end up upsetting Draculaura. Toralei is up to her usual mischief and pretends to be Draculaura on the phone to her ex boyfriend Valentine who transfers to Monster High as a result. Can Clawd prove his love for Draculaura and be more romantic than Valentine who created Valentines day in Draculaura's honour and is there some ulterior motive to Valentine's 'love' for Draculaura? The film teaches many lessons including trusting the ones you love and friendship.
A brilliant double film set which are both rated Universal. As I said above my three year old is fascinated with the Monster High girls from watching my nieces with them over the last few years and he has now watched the films a few times (well a lot of times!). There all mild scary elements in both of the films but I wouldn't say there was anything really unsuitable in there for a younger viewer unless they are a bit sensitive to monsters. A brilliant film set for any Monster High fan and not too bad to have to watch as an adult either!