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Monster High: Ghouls Rule/ Monster High: La fête des goules (Bilingual)

Frankie Stien    DVD
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Monster High: Ghouls Rule/ Monster High: La fête des goules (Bilingual) + Monster High Double Feature: Friday Night Frights / Why Do Ghouls Fall in Love? (Bilingual) + Monster High 13 Wishes/ Monster High 13 Souhaits (Bilingual)
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The teens at Monster High are definitely an outgoing bunch, but a Halloween legend has kept each of them cowering inside and hiding from the Normies for as many Halloween nights as they can remember. When Frankie stumbles across a hidden Hall of Halloween deep in the school catacombs, she discovers that Halloween was once a holiday in which the Normies gave thanks to the monsters, and her excitement causes her to inadvertently start a monster revolution to take back Halloween. Cleo attempts to step up and lead the monsters in these tough times, mostly in an effort to please her father Ramses, but things go terribly wrong when the monsters crash a Normie Halloween party and Holt ends up getting framed for tagging the Normies' school. In the end, it's up to Frankie to make one last desperate attempt to clear Holt's name and prove that the Normies and monsters are more alike than they are different--no small feat for the new girl in school. Bonus features include three Monster High shorts: "Flowers for Slow Moe," "I Scream, You Scream," and "No Ghouls Allowed." (Ages 7 and older) --Tami Horiuchi
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Les choses sont sur le point de prendre une tournure effrayante alors que Monster High : La Fête des goules réveille un vieux conflit qui oppose les « normaux » et les monstres ! Pendant des années, on a répété aux élèves de Monster High qu’il valait mieux rester chez soi pendant la nuit d’Halloween et éviter à tout prix l’affrontement. Frankie et ses amies découvrent pourtant que jadis, les goules et les « normaux » adoraient fêter Halloween ensemble ! Les goules décident donc de revenir en arrière pour célébrer leur originalité et démontrer qu’il est bon d’être soi-même, d’être unique et d’être une goule!

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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™”!


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5.0 out of 5 stars great gift for kids Jan. 19 2013
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I bought this gift for my little cousins and they love it. its a really good gift for little kids
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5.0 out of 5 stars big hit Dec 27 2012
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We bought this for our niece. She loved it! It was a big hit, and we got lots of thank you's! :)
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5.0 out of 5 stars great! Dec 12 2012
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Bought this for my 6 year old daugter. She loves Monster High & she loves this movie! Cute & funny
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19 of 23 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A Ghoul Movie! Nov. 1 2012
By movielover - Published on Amazon.com
This movie was really pretty good. I didn't expect much from it but the kids and my wife and I all enjoyed it. We watched it after we got back from Trick R Treating as the kids ate some of their candy. They are already wanting to see the next Monster High Movie, or should I say two as it is supposed to be a double feature! Pick this one up, as you can tell from the other reviews you won't be disappointed!
19 of 23 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars MH DVD Oct. 29 2012
By Dava - Published on Amazon.com
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Pre ordered this DVD for my daughters 10th bday. Received it just in time to. My daughter loves MH. My hubby and I love what MH stands for. We both enjoy watching it with her. Great for self esteem. Made my daughters Birthday. Great gift, great price.
33 of 42 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A One Hour Commercial Oct. 19 2012
By fredtownward - Published on Amazon.com
I'm old enough to remember when the activists who would go on to ruin broadcast television for children first sounded warnings against half hour or one hour commercials, that is animated children's TV shows based upon an existing line of toys. Frankly, I never understood the alleged vast moral difference between doing this as opposed to creating the TV show FIRST and only THEN merchandising the crap out of it with dolls, action figures, boardgames, Underoos, etc., but I DID find the designations useful because in those bad old days, the toy-based TV shows tended to be just awful, and I studiously avoided them.

Well, time has passed, and would be creators of children's videos with even an ounce of controversy or creativity have largely abandoned broadcast TV, first for cable and then for the Internet, and somewhere along the way toy companies figured out that more was required in an era when watching commercials required making a positive choice. As a father of young children, I have been forced to watch more children's videos (of both kinds) than the Geneva Conventions would allow, and for sanity's sake have come to appreciate the ones that try hardest to be clever, including some real surprises. The Barbie videos in particular, instead of being the eye clawing horrors I expected, turned out to be rather entertaining, but the best of them all IMHO have turned out to be the Monster High videos, including this first commercial DVD release. There was an earlier Monster High DVD release of the 1st TV special "New Ghoul at School" but it was only made available in limited editions of the Dawn of the Dance series of dolls:

Monster High Dawn Of The Dance Ghoulia Yelps Doll with exclusive DVD,
Monster High Dawn Of The Dance Cleo De Nile Doll with exclusive DVD,
Monster High Dawn Of The Dance Lagoona Blue Doll with exclusive DVD,
Monster High Dawn Of The Dance Deuce Gorgon Doll with exclusive DVD, and
Monster High Dawn Of The Dance 3 Pack: Clawdeen Wolf, Draculaura, and Frankie Stein Dolls with exclusive DVD,

until recently when it was reissued as a retailer exclusive both separately: Monster High: New Ghoul At School and as part of a 2-pack: Monster High: Clawesome Double Feature - Fright On! / Escape from Skull Shores / Monster High: New Ghoul At School with:

Monster High: Clawesome Double Feature - Fright On! / Escape from Skull Shores, which contains the 2nd and 4th TV specials respectively.

What makes the Monster High videos work so well IMHO is that the writers are gently making fun of the fashion doll mania that they are in fact trying to promote. Taking the universal American experience of High School and adding the twist of the entire student body being the children of famous monsters gives them endless possibilities for parody (and self parody, as the heroines are for the most part over the top, fashion crazed, popularity obsessed teenagers).

Now to the movie. The plot involves newbie Frankie Stein's first Halloween (she was just recently created by Dr. Frankenstein rather than being born) where she learns to her horror that her fellow monsters regard Halloween (a holiday her normal human teen magazines celebrate) as a day of danger for hiding from humans. In her attempts to get at the truth of the matter, Frankie (as per usual) sets in motion a cascading series of increasing catastrophes that it will be up to her and her friends to salvage a happy ending from (and push a gentle but persistent message that our differences shouldn't unnecessarily divide us). The film also packs in a number of hilarious gags and subplots involving the MC's relationship problems. (You think YOU had BF/GF problems in HS?) Finally, the DVD contains three (formerly) exclusive "webisodes" now watchable for free on the Monster High web site, for some reason arranged in reverse chronological order:

44 Flowers for Slow Moe
39 I Scream, You Scream
38 No Ghouls Allowed

Note: A retailer exclusive version of this DVD is obtainable from certain merchants containing an extra DVD with the first 15 Monster High "webisodes" on it. Of course these "webisodes" are free to view online, but since they are being sold for the same price as the non-exclusive DVD's, they are arguably the better buy.

Note: For some reason the "webisodes" on the retailer exclusive DVD are NOT arranged in chronological order so here is a chronological listing:

01 Jaundice Brothers
02 Talon Show
03 Fear Squad
04 Substitute Creature
05 Party Planners
06 Blue Lagoona
07 Copy Canine
08 The Hot Boy
09 Bad Scare Day
10 Photo Finish
11 Cyrano de Ghoulia
12 Bad Zituation
13 Clawditions
14 Freedom Fight
15 Totally Busted

Note: Three more Monster High DVD releases Monster High: Double Feature - Friday Night Frights / Why Do Ghouls Fall in Love?, which contains the 5th and 3rd TV specials respectively; Monster High: 13 Wishes, which contains the 9th TV special; and Monster High: Frights, Camera, Action!, which contains the 10th TV special; are now available.
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars My duaghter love the movie Nov. 3 2012
By Jamie Goette - Published on Amazon.com
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I bought this DVD as a Halloween gift for my daughter. She loves the movie! It is cute and the story line not only keeps the kids interested, it teaches a valuable lesson about accepting people ( and Monsters) for who and what they are!
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Surprisingly Good. Jan. 12 2013
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I recommend this for folks who like monsters, and Halloween.

I love the concept behind the doll characters and thought I'd give the movie a shot. It definitely wasn't the same production quality as you'd get from movies like Monsters, Inc. and Toy Story. In spite of that it was easy to look past that and enjoy the characters. They're what really drive the movie. Their costumes are killer and the story didn't suck either. It was pretty cute and actually made sense. Thank goodness. With kid movies you just never know what kind of dribble you're going to get so I was pleasantly surprised by the quality of the story.
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