Best Monster High Movies in Order Recommendation

Monster High Movies in Order – The first book in the Monster High book series was published in 2010. Short videos were then published on a Monster High website in 2010 as part of a web series. The series has gained enormous success, and in the past ten years, 16 films have been released (each with a pun-based title), in addition to a brand-new CGI animated series on Nickelodeon and an imminent third-generation reboot sequel.

Speaking of third-generation, Monster High has had a few reboots like many other properties. As a result, a few movies could potentially be categorized as genesis stories. Watching the online series Monster High first, then the latest Monster High: The Movie, would be the recommended Monster High viewing order.

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1. Monster High: New Ghoul at School (2010)

This movie picks up where the web series left off, either before or right after Frankie Stein’s first day of school at Monster High. Stein has only been alive for 15 days; he is new to both high school and the world. She struggles to fit in, which is a common theme for new kids and contributes to the movie’s relatability and sweetness.

2. Monster High Movies in Order: Fright On! (2011)

All monsters have traditionally found refuge at Monster High, but this begins to change as more and more vampires and werewolves join in the school in an effort to coexist. The tranquility of monster high is under danger due to the long-standing conflict between vampires and werewolves, which was also shown in Twilight and the television series What We Do in the Shadows.

3. Monster High: Why Do Ghouls Fall in Love? (2012)

As Draculaura’s Sweet 1600 draws near, she thinks back on an earlier sweetheart named Valentine. But Clawd, the brother of her best friend, whom she is seeing at the moment, keeps upsetting their relationship. Draculaura is therefore conflicted when Valentine comes back, but Valentine has more sinister plans than he lets on.

4. Monster High: Escape from Skull Shores (2012)

The girls at Monster High agreed to take a girls-only trip while they are on spring break. The girls go sailing under the direction of Lagoona, who resembles the famous Creature from the Black Lagoon in several ways. They are left stranded after their ship is assaulted before they reach their objective. They are saved by an enigmatic guy, who then transports them to Skull Island, a location full with mystery.

5. Monster High: Friday Night Frights (2012)

When the boys get injuries that prevent them from skating, the Skultimate Roller Maze Championship is ruined. The girls are persuaded by Frankie that they can handle it instead. The boys begin preparing the females to skate past the rival school’s stone gargoyles.

6. Monster High Movies in Order: Ghouls Rule (2012)

Ironically, ghouls typically stay indoors on Halloween because it terrifies them. However, Frankie and her friends plan to change that this year. By creating a humorous mythos for the school and the Halloween festival, Monster High: Ghouls Rule skillfully expands on the universe that the franchise had already established, further ‘humanizing’ the characters.

7. Monster High: Scaris, City of Frights (2013)

With her closest friends by her side, Clawdeen accepts an opportunity to intern with a renowned fashion designer in Scaris, France (a play on the French pronunciation of Paris, another foolish but entertaining pun). However, they discover some secrets there that land them in hot water.

8. Monster High Movies in Order: 13 Wishes (2013)

Howleen, Clawdeen’s younger sister, dislikes living in the shadow of her older sister. She finds a genie who will grant her 13 wishes, but she soon learns that none of the things she requests are actually what she wants.

9. Monster High: Frights, Camera, Action! (2014)

Draculaura is taken away to a royal coronation in Transylvania after being informed that she is the legitimate heir to the vampire throne. Before it’s too late and Draculaura is lost for good, the girls suspect something is wrong and set out to find the real vampire queen.

10. Monster High: Freaky Fusion (2014)

Eight Monster High pupils were combined into hybrid monsters by an ancient time machine. Then, a crazy scientist turns this apparatus into a monster that is out of control and whose creation spells the death of Monster High. This thrilling chapter features a few unexpectedly suspenseful and enjoyable moments.

11. Monster High Movies in Order: Haunted (2015)

Nobody is certain of the cause of the haunting at Monster High. To learn why, Spectra Vondergeist returns to her ghost school. In order to assist her in finding the solutions, the other girls utilize Boogey Sand to transform into ghosts. This Monster High movie is one of the darker and spookier ones, but it’s also one of the best.

12. Monster High: Boo York, Boo York (2015)

The girls arrived in style in New York! The De Niles family, who are trying to build a new empire, are the main subject of this movie. Catty Noir is working to find a platform where her music can be heard.

13. Welcome to Monster High (2016)

This movie, which serves as the series’ continuity reboot, examines how Draculaura, Frankie Stein, and Clawdeen Wolf (and their families) helped to create Monster High. However, they are in need of attendees, so they look for figures such as Lagoona Blue, Cleo de Nile, Ari Hauntington, and the evil zombie Moanica D’Kay.

14. Monster High: Great Scarrier Reef (2016)

When Lagoona is dispatched to the Great Scarrier Reef to perform an assignment, she brings her companions with her. To aid their companion in her quest, the girls change into aquatic creatures.

15. Monster High: Electrified (2017)

It has never been done before, but Clawdeen wants to start a salon for monsters and normal people. However, after the news spreads, not everyone is thrilled, and Clawdeen and her friends must defend Clawdeen’s ambition from being derailed. An unexpectedly moving plea for compassion, Monster High: Electrified felt especially timely given its post-election release date.

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