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Monster High DVD – Review

We aren’t familiar with the Monster high series but Molly has recently started to move away from Cbeebies and want to watch something a little more grown up so I thought she might like this series.

We were sent a double-disc DVD: Monster High™: Why Do Ghouls Fall in Love and Monster High™: Friday Night Frights which is available on Blu-Ray & DVD from 21st January 2013.
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This is a good introduction to the Monster High programs. There are two feature length CG-animated films. The characters are all ghouls at a monster school and although they have amazing ghostly talents their problems are everyday ones.

In “Why Do Ghouls Fall in Love” sees Draculaura prepare for her extra special sweet sixteen hundredth birthday party at Monster High. But Draculaura’s high expectations for her party lead to deadly results for her social life when she is faced with a love emergency with the arrival of new vampire heartthrob, Valentine. She has to decide between practical boyfriend Clawd and Valentine, the new arrival, who turns out to be a romantic blast from her past.

In Monster High™: Friday Night Frights, the girls once again team up for ghoul power as Monster High races towards the Skulltimate Roller Maze (SKRM) finals. The school’s all-boy team faces defeat when their star players, Clawd and Deuce, are mysteriously injured, and school spirit seems dead and buried. Frankie breaks the mould to take on the “boys only” sport and signs up the rest of her friends to restore Monster High’s glory.

This is a fun DVD for slightly older children, who like something a little bit different. It is available on Blu-Ray & DVD to pre-order now and contains special features and bonus material making it a guaranteed screamfest!

Author: Rebecca

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