How to Watch Monster High Movies in Order? [All Parts]

Monster High is an American fashion doll franchise that has plenty of movies to date. The franchise features characters inspired by movies, monsters, sci-fi, thriller, fiction, myths, and pop culture.

The franchise is so popular that it has more than 15 movies to date. If you are wondering about Monster High movies in order then read on as we list all the movies below.

Monster High film series is divided into three parts. The First generation film (2010-2016), second generation films (2016-2017), and third generation films (2022-present).

All Monster High Movies in Order [Release Date]

Here are all Monster High Movies in order of release date:

1. Monster High: New Ghoul at School


Year: 2010
Starring: Kate Higgins, Debi Derryberry, Salli Saffioti
Runtime: 23 minutes
IMDB Rating: 6.7 ⭐️

Frankie Stein learns how to survive her first day at Monster High. However, things don’t go as planned when she gets on the wrong side of Celo de Nile, the reigning queen. With time, Frankie discovers that the best way to befriend her monstrous classmates is to be her freaky self.

2. Monster High: Fright On


Year: 2011
Starring: Kate Higgins, Debi Derryberry, Salli Saffioti, Laura  Bailey
Runtime: 46 minutes
IMDB Rating: 6.8 ⭐️

Monster High is a model school for monsters, but when other schools are merged with Monster High, the school is thrown into chaos. Our Ghouls team up against Administrator Van Helscream, who is determined to drive a stake among students, to separate monster groups.

3. Monster High: Why Do Ghouls Fall in Love 


Year: 2012
Starring: Laura Bailey, Debi Derryberry, Cam Clarke, Ogie Banks
Runtime: 33 minutes
IMDB Rating: 6.7 ⭐️

There is a special occasion at Monster High as Draculaura’s Sweet 1600th birthday approaches. However, her high expectations for the birthday bash plummet when she is faced with a choice between her boyfriend Clawd, and a new vampire heartthrob, Valentine. Will she be able to make a decision, before her party!

4. Monster High: Escape From Skull Shores


Year: 2012
Starring: Laura Bailey, Malcolm Denare, Cam Clarke, Ogie Banks
Runtime: 46 minutes
IMDB Rating: 6.6 ⭐️

It’s spring break at Monster High and Lagoona Blue invites her friends across the sea to the Great Barrier Reef for the holidays. But the holiday spirit soon diminishes as they suffer from a shipwreck, and end up on a mysterious skull island. They soon learn that they are being used to lure an ancient monster “Beast of Skull Shores” into a trap.

5. Monster High: Ghouls Rule!


Year: 2012
Starring: Ogie Banks, Steve Staley, Erin Fitzgerald, Salli Saffioti
Runtime: 71 minutes
IMDB Rating: 5.7 ⭐️

For years, Monster High students are warned to stay indoors on Halloween night. Frankie and her friends don’t heed the warning and discover that ghouls and normies once used to spend Halloween together, despite their differences. Will they be able to set aside the differences this time, or are things about to get scary?

6. Monster High: Friday Night Frights 


Year: 2012
Starring: Laura Bailey, Debi Derryberry, Cam Clarke, Ogie Banks
Runtime: 44 minutes
IMDB Rating: 6.7 ⭐️

Everyone in monster high is pumped and excited for the upcoming championships. The ghouls are all set to win the trophy when Deuce and Clawd are mysteriously injured and the team is short of players. Frankie and her friends save the day with their unique monster talents.

7. Monster High: Scaris, City of Frights


Year: 2013
Starring: Kate Higgins, Erin Fitzgerald, Salli Saffioti, Ogie Banks
Runtime: 61 minutes
IMDB Rating: 6.7 ⭐️

Clawdeen Wolf is given once in a lifetime chance to apprentice for the legendary fashion icon, Madame Ghostier. She and her friends pack their bags and travel to Scaris, France. However, aside from hot couture and fashion, the cobblestone streets of Scaris hide a secret that ghouls are about to discover.

8. Monster High: 13 Wishes 


Year: 2013
Starring: Erin Fitzgerald, Cindy Robinson, Cam Clarke, Missi Hale
Runtime: 73 minutes
IMDB Rating: 6.7 ⭐️

Clawdeen Wolf’s little sister, Howleen, is determined to make her first school year at Monster High memorable. Luckily, she stumbles upon a genie who grants her 13 wishes. But as she continues to use her wishes, ghouls learn to be careful what they wish for because each wish granted comes with a dark side – threatening to destroy Monster High.

9. Monster High: Frights, Camera, Action!


Year: 2014
Starring: Kate Higgins, Debi Derryberry, Salli Saffioti, Marcus Griffin
Runtime: 73 minutes
IMDB Rating: 6.5 ⭐️

Draculaura learns that she is the rightful heir to the vampire throne. She and her friends travel to Transylvania for the royal coronation. Upon arrival, they learn that the hunt for the queen is not over yet. The ghouls must find an ancient artifact known as the Vampire Heart, in order to find the true Vampire Queen.

10. Monster High: Freaky Fusion


Year: 2014
Starring: Erin Fitzgerald, Geeg Friedman, Haviland Stillwell, Salli Saffioti
Runtime: 73 minutes
IMDB Rating: 6.5 ⭐️

While attempting to help Frankie learn more about her past, her ghoul friends travel back in time to the first year of Monster High. However, everything turns upside down when an obsessive teen from the past travels with them to the present. Ghouls must send him back before he destroys Monster High with his weird experiments.

11. Monster High: Haunted


Year: 2015
Starring: Jonquil Goode, Debi Derryberry, Salli Saffioti, Erin Fitzgerald
Runtime: 75 minutes
IMDB Rating: 6.1 ⭐️

Ghouls of Monster High visit Haunted High, an all-spirit school in the Ghost World. But their scary student bodies are not the most welcoming. Principal Revenant punished Spectra with detention chains that prevent her from going back to Monster High. Now, its up to her friends to save her and bring her back.

12. Monster High: Boo York, Boo York


Year: 2015
Starring: Karen Strassman, Wendee Lee, TJ Smith, Salli Saffioti
Runtime: 71 minutes
IMDB Rating: 6.5 ⭐️

Get ready for a magical night in the big city when Monster High ghouls visit Boo York! Celo de Nile gets invited to attend a fancy party in Boo York celebrating the return of a magical comet. However, their trip isn’t what they expected it to be when Celo’s sister, Nefera decides to use the power of the comet for her own sneaky plans.

13. Monster High: Great Scarrier Reef


Year: 2016
Starring: Kate Higgins, Debi Derryberry, Salli Saffioti, Larissa Gallagher
Runtime: 71 minutes
IMDB Rating: 5.9 ⭐️

Join Monster High ghouls in a new aquatic adventure in Great Scarrier Reef. When Lagoona decides to come home, she brings her friends with her to help her come to terms with her own flaws, and settle in. However, she confronts an old frenemy, which leads to an adventure no one saw coming.

14. Monster High: Welcome to Monster High


Year: 2016
Starring: Larissa Gallagher, Cassandra Lee Morris, Debi Derryberry, Salli Saffioti
Runtime: 73 minutes
IMDB Rating: 5.5 ⭐️

For a long time, monsters have been living in hiding, afraid of humans. But Draculaura and her friends have always dreamt of a school where both monsters and humans co-existed. Determined to make their dreams come true, Draculaura and her friends start recruiting new students. But there are monsters among them who are spreading trouble rather than friendship.

15. Monster High: Electrified


Year: 2017
Starring: Larissa Gallagher, Cassandra Lee Morris, Debi Derryberry, Salli Saffioti
Runtime: 71 minutes
IMDB Rating: 5.3 ⭐️

Clawdeen has always dreamt of opening a salon for monsters and normies. Her friends decide to use an abandoned power station just outside the town to set up the salon. However, Monica has something else in mind as she decides to ruin the salon opening by using the power grid, threatening to cut the power for normies.

16. Monster High: The Movie 

Year: 2022
Starring: Ceci Balagot, Lina Lecompte, Jy Prishkulnik, Miia Harris, Kyle Selig, Case, Walker, Lilah Fitzgerald
Runtime: 1 hour 20 minutes
IMDB Rating: NA

Based on the Monster High dolls, Monster High: The Movie is a live-action drama film revolving around a half-human, half-werewolf as she finally finds a place where she fits, the Monster High. However, someone plans to destroy Monster High. Will she be able to embrace her true self and save the day?

Frequently Asked Questions

Let’s look at some of the FAQs regarding Monster High movies in order.

How many movies did Monster High make?

Currently, there are 15 Monster High movies, with the 16th live-action movie coming in October 2022.

Is Monster High on Netflix?

Yes, some Monster High movies are currently available to watch on Netflix, but only in a few countries. Here is a list of Monster High movies that you can watch on Netflix, along with available locations:

  • Monster High: Freaky Fusion – Netflix Germany
  • Monster High: Electrified – Netflix USA
  • Monster High: Haunted – Netflix Germany
  • Monster High: Ghouls Rule – Netflix Australia
  • Monster High: 13 Wishes – Netflix Argentina, Mexico
  • Monster High: Boo York, Boo York – Netflix Australia, Argentina, Brazil

If you are living elsewhere and cannot find the movies on your Netflix, you can use a VPN to change your Netflix region and unblock any movie you want from anywhere in the world.

What are some other movies and shows like Monster High on Netflix?

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And that brings us to the end of our list of Monster High movies in order to watch right now. I have listed all the movies in the correct order according to the release date. If you are a fan of Bratz, then you are going to love these movies. Better yet, some of them are also streaming on Netflix.

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