Monster High: Freaky Fusion | Full Movie
Monster High: Freaky Fusion
- 1h 13m
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While attempting to help Frankie Stein™ learn more about her freaky cool scaritage, the fashionably fierce ghoulfriends travel back in time to the first day ever of Monster High™! There, they meet Sparky, a skullastic teen with an obsession for creating life. But when Sparky follows the ghouls through a killer time portal to modern-day Monster High™, the event results in eight of them fusing together into four creeperiffic hybrid Monsters. Now, they’ll really have to work together to control their bodies in the big Bitecentennial Play and stop one of Sparky’s experiments from destroying imperfectly perfect Monster High™!
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Common Sense Says
Time-travel tale offers fun, suspense, and new dolls to buy.
What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Monster High: Freaky Fusion is, itself, a fusion. It's a fun story with engaging characters and a light spirit, and it's also a remarkable marketing tool. The doe-eyed, stiletto-wearing teen "monsters"/legends are at their most charming here. And eight new Mattel Monster High dolls are introduced in this DVD. The beloved "ghouls" (girls) encounter a little more suspense than usual. Their rendezvous with mythical creatures-of-yesterday find them in an electrifying lab, whooshing through a time tunnel and in the clutches of a roaring robotic monster. A budding romance, played with a light hand, is part of this story as well. Monster High movies always have messages to deliver; the ones here are positive and deal with contemporary issues about acceptance and friendship in an insightful way. (Spoiler alert: One of the leading ladies appears to be either dead or unconscious for a considerable length of time at the film's climax, but she ends up being revived.)
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- Genre:Kids, Animation, Franchise, Comedy
- Release Date:September 16, 2014
- Highest Available for Purchase:HD