Monster High: Electrified
Monster High: Electrified
- 1h 11m
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When Clawdeen dreams of opening a salon made for monsters and normies, Frankie has the perfect place – an abandoned power station outside town. But the idea sparks negative voltage when Moanica plots to ruin the whole thing, and replace the celebration with something a little more…shocking! Luckily the ghouls have a secret weapon on their side…Twyla, the daughter of the Boogey Man, and the perfect ghoul to unearth any mystery. Along with her ghoulfriends, they must thwart Moanica’s plan, charge up their outfits, save the normie town from darkness…and open the most voltageous salon ever! So catch every twist, turn, zap and blast…because the Monster High ghouls are about to get ELECTRIC!
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Common Sense Says
Lots of zaps, bolts, and fun, plus new dolls to buy.
What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Monster High: Electrified is another animated, direct-to-DVD movie about a high school made up of monsters of all sizes, shapes, and species. Ostensibly created to promote diversity and acceptance of differences, the good monsters are meant to reflect friendship, teamwork, and striving to achieve goals. The female "ghouls," as they are known, make up an ever-growing group of high school kids/dolls, with curvy bodies, makeup, high heels, and often skimpy clothing, each of them designed to represent the monster they are inside (vampire, werewolf, ghost, and so on). This movie pits a troublemaking zombie student against a creative, well-meaning werewolf and her friends. Action is mostly made up of electrical threats: bolts, zaps, shocks, an electrical storm, and power surges. One character appears to be dangerously electrified before she is rescued. Plus there are zombie attacks (mostly comic) and teeth-baring wolf chases. As always, Monster High films are cross-promoted with an extensive line of dolls, toys, apps, and associated products from Mattel. In this movie, a new doll, Silvi Timberwolf, is introduced, and several of the leading characters will now have "electrified" versions of their characters for sale. This is only for kids who are comfortable with real vs. imaginary violence.
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- Release Date:March 28, 2017
- Highest Available for Purchase:HD