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Monster High: Friday Night Frights (2012) 7.0/10

DVD Release Date: 1900-01-01


The Monster High ghouls are back in a freaky, fabulous double feature that's simply to-die-for!
SKRM (Skultimate Roller Maze) is an annual tournament between Monster High and different monster high schools that consists of a roller derby of dangerous obstacles and mazes. Granite City High, a high school team of gargoyles and Monster High's oldest rivals, won the school crest after defeating them in SKRM, and with it taking the school spirit. This has resulted in the school literally beginning to fall apart, and due to the boys serious injuries after the tournament, they decide not to participate any longer. This prompts the ghouls to play SKRM in the boys place, and they suit up and begin training. However, the boys protest and claim SKRM is a boys sport only, and they won't help the ghouls train. This only pushes them to work harder, with the goal of making it to the championship game to defeat Granite City High.

Genre: Animation, Family
Director: Dustin Mckenzie
Starring: Cam Clarke, Debi Derryberry, Andrew Duncan

Monster High: Why Do Ghouls Fall in Love? (2012) 6.9/10

DVD Release Date: 1900-01-01


Draculaura’s Sweet 1600th birthday is an extra special occasion to party at Monster High! But her high expectations lead to deadly results when she’s faced with the choice between practical boyfriend Clawd, and new vampire heartthrob, Valentine, a romantic blast from her past. Her ghoulfriends find it odd that Valentine created a holiday in her honor, but oddly named it after himself (how romantic?) and have to stop him before he steals her heart… literally. Draculaura must decide which boy is right for her before the party! Will she find out about Valentine’s sinister plan? Will her best ghoulfriends be able to help her in time? And most importantly… will Draculaura pass her driving test?

Genre: Fantasy, Animation
Director: Dustin Mckenzie, Steve Sacks
Starring: Laura Bailey, Ogie Banks, Cam Clarke