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Since launching The Rock Father last year, I’ve had a few people ask me why I’ve never covered MONSTER HIGH. “You have daughters…” Yes. “You love monsters…” Yes. But quite simply, my daughters are a little young to fall into the target demographic for the popular line of Mattel toys, so not having them in the house (yet), they hadn’t hit the site. That changes today with the release of MONSTER HIGH: GHOULS RULE, an original CGI movie released in partnership between Mattel and Universal Studios Home Entertainment.

MONSTER HIGH: GHOULS RULE

Monster High: Ghouls Rule unearths an old conflict between “Normies” and monsters – and things are about to get scary! For years, students at Monster High were warned that Halloween was a night to stay inside and avoid conflict at all costs. But Frankie and her friends discover that ghouls and “Normies” once loved to spend the holiday together! The ghouls decide to turn back the clock and use the night to celebrate their individuality and show that it’s okay to “Be Yourself. Be Unique. Be a Monster!”

After watching the “extended trailer” myself, I’m confident that this movie will find itself becoming a part of The Rock Father’s 31 Days of Halloween for 2012. See for yourself…

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monsterhigh2MONSTER HIGH: GHOULS RULE is available this week at movie retailers everywhere. Walmart.com has an exclusive edition (while supplies last) that includes an additional 15 Monster High Animated Short Films. Get it here.

For more on MONSTER HIGH, check out the official website, http://www.monsterhigh.com/ 

As for my personal relationship with “monsters,” I sorta have some experience writing stories that involve Vampires, Demons, Zombies, Werewolves, and The Mob. I’d like to make more someday, but until then… if you have an Amazon Kindle, here’s some FREE reading for you here and here. Beware that these books are not family-friendly. DEATH WALKS THE STREETS!

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