Monster High: Friday Night Frights

Synopsis: When the boys can't compete in the Skulltimate Roller Maze Championships, Frankie Stein convinces her friends that some "ghoul power" is needed to save the day in this all-new movie!
Genre: Animation
Director(s): Dustin Mckenzie
  1 nomination.
46 min

Skultimate Roller Maze is the most

a- maze-ing sport at Monster High.

Everyone knows that ghouls are

some of the best Scream players.

But it wasn't

always that way.

Check out last season.

The Nightmares

of Monster High

and the Gargoyles of

Granite City are dead even.

Granite City!

Monster High is number one!

We'll win the race

and have some fun!

Scream so loud

the dead can hear it!

Show your school

you've got some spirit!

Go Clawd!



Check it out,

ghouls, we're on TV!

No way!

I'm the captain,

look at me!

Do not see the big

deal about skate game.

I have been skating

since I was knee high to yak.

Roller skate game?

No, it's so much

more than that, love.

Skultimate Roller Maze,

or Scream, as we call it,

is a race through

an ever-changin' labyrinth.

Each team has to make

their way through a course

chock-full of traps

and dangerous obstacles

as they try to get one of their

teammates across the finish line.

Winning is all about how ya adapt

to what the course throws at ya.

How well ya work as a team.

And the ability to

think on your feet

while moving at

breakneck speeds!

The Gargoyles are our

biggest and oldest rivals.

Every time we play, each school

competes for the other school's crest.

It's a tradition that's been

goin' on for hundreds of years.

No one wants to

lose their crest,

so the race can

get pretty aggro.

Get him!



We're in for Gil

and Deuce!

Come on,

let's smoke these suckers!

Go get 'em, guys!

Gary. It's time we

finish 'em off for good.

Monster High plays like

a bunch of girls anyway!


They're headin'

down the Final Run!

Here they come!

It's too close to call!

Clawd! Clawd!

Rocco! Rocco!

Whoo! Number one!


the winner is Granite City!



And as the victor,

the Granite City Gargoyles are

awarded the Monster High Crest!

You have to get motivated to save

the planet or else it will fall apart!


Want a leaflet?

They're biodegradable!

Sure, Venus.

I just wanna read about

something other than

that game on Friday.

Talk about

a major bummer.

Yeah, it's all over

Spectra's blog.

Monster High

smashed against rocks.

Major fail.

Worst loss ever!

Whoa. Have not seen

school so upset before.

Is because of losing games?

Scream is a bigger deal

than you guys know.

Go Gargoyles!

You got some nerve.

What kind of monster turns

their back on their school?

A winning monster.

Or haven't you read?

Watch your

sandpaper tongue.

Is not nice to rub it in.

Oh, you're right.

It's not nice. Mmm...

But it sure is fun!

There is something

going on here.

We better go see Bloodgood

and get the gore-1-1.

Oh, no, Frankie,

it's more than just a game.

When Granite City won, they

took the Monster High Crest,

and with it,

our school spirit.

You mean,

like, a symbol and stuff?

No, Frankie,

an actual spirit.

It is the physical embodiment

of our school pride.

I don't know if Monster High

will survive for long without it.

Then we gotta

get it back!

It's not that easy.

The only way to get

our crest back now

is to make it to the championship

game and beat the Gargoyles.

Ghouls, I'm afraid

it's over.

Attention, students.

I regret to inform you

that the school's

production of Bats

has been canceled

due to a sudden

collapse of the stage.

Oh, and it's

double homework week.

You've got to

be kidding me!


Wrapped like my mummy.

Thanks, Cleo.

But yo, I'm still

saying those dudes cheated.

Like, what are

the odds of Clawd's skates

breaking just before

the finish line?

That's a great idea,

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