Monster High: Escape from Skull Shores

Monster High: Escape from Skull Shores
Monster High: Escape from Skull Shores
  • NR
  • 46m
  • 2014
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It's officially spring break at Monster High™! Lagoona Blue™ takes her gilfriends across the sea to the Great Barrier Reef, but they are shipwrecked and end up on a mysterious skull shaped island. Here, they enjoy the local hospitality until they realize that they are being used by a slippery showman named Farnum to lure the rarest, most mysterious monster of them all, the "Beast of Skull Shores," into a trap. Frankie Stein™ is taken by the Beast, but tables turn and she ends up rescuing him and returning him to Monster High™. The story goes into high voltage when they realize that Frankie has inadvertently led Farnum to the location of the greatest gathering of monsters anywhere… Monster High™!

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Common Sense Says
Monster dolls share positive messages, wear iffy clothing.

What Parents Need to Know

Parents need to know that Monster High: Escape from Skull Shores is a made-for-TV movie featuring the characters from the Monster High doll line. The Monster High characters are not your ordinary teens; they're ghouls, goblins, and ghosts, though they're more silly than sinister. The movie has a strong message about tolerance, but it's partially undermined by the over-the-top sexy outfits and makeup sported by the female characters, who are otherwise pretty decent role models. And with only some mild references to adult relationships and a little cartoon violence, this short tale should be OK for grade-schoolers and up.

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Additional Info

  • Genre:Comedy
  • Release Date:June 17, 2014
  • Languages:English
  • Captions:English
  • Audio Format:
    5.1
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