The Monster High ghouls are back in a freaky, fabulous double feature that’s simply to-die-for! When the boys can’t compete in the Skulltimate Roller Maze Championships, Frankie Stein convinces her friends that some “ghoul power” is needed to save the day in the creeptastic, all-new movie, Friday Night Frights. Then, as the epic Sweet 1600th of Draculara approaches, she’s got two crush-worthy guys out to steal her heart (literally) before the big event in the new-to-DVD movie Why Do Ghouls Fall in Love? Get double the dose of ghoul school with these two, fangtastically fabulous adventures – tricked-out with skullastic style and spooktacular laughs!
This DVD set is very fun and very fast paced so you know your children will sit enough through it. The quality is good, colors and objects are very well to see. Lots and lots of skating and running around. Even though these monsters look freaky they sure do have some great fashion and competing with some funny characters. You get the whole freaky feature and then the love feature. I would suggest watching them at different times so you’re not all confused by the 2 story’s. There are tons and tons of objects, colors, monsters, fashion, & love going on through it all. Even males can watch this show as they compete with the knights in the rally races.. You have no idea what will happen next in these movies and they will grasp your attention super fast!
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