Two Copies of Monster High 13 Wishes on DVD to Be Won

I have to admit BG hasn’t discovered Monster High yet but I am sure it won’t be long!

On the 30th September the new Monster High DVD called 13 Wishes is released.

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Tired of living under her popular older sister’s shadow, Howleen Wolf stumbles upon an ancient genie lantern hidden deep within the attic of Monster High. The genie is freed and grants Howleen 13 Wishes but when her screams come true, Howleen soon discovers that something dark comes with each wish and puts her under an evil spell. Havoc is soon wrecked upon the student disem-body of Monster High.

Join friends Frankie, Clawdeen, Draculaura, Abbey and the rest of the Monster High ghouls as they fight to save Howleen…and the very soul of Monster High

A great film for Halloween! And I have two copies to giveaway.

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Closing Date: 20th October 2013

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178 thoughts on “Two Copies of Monster High 13 Wishes on DVD to Be Won

  1. Bridget Anderson

    I like cheesy horrors that are so bad they are good (bad masks, shaky sets) but for real scares, I like The Shining. Heeeeere’s Johnny!

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  2. Spencer Broadley

    Mr earliest remberance was The Evil Dead – I must have been about 13 and my friend and I were scared to hell !!!!

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  3. David Thomson

    Don’t tend to be scared except for the occasional shiver down the spine moment. So I’ll go for the old The Exorcist which had my spine jellified.

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  4. Rachel King

    I don’t really ‘do’ scary – probably Arachnophobia from when I watched it years ago – spiders [shudder].

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  5. Janine Atkin

    i hated insidious! i watch about one scary movie every 2 years because thats how long it takes me to stop being scared!

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  6. Karen Colquhoun

    i dont have a favourite scary movie as they all scare the hell out of me! story has got to be the shining 🙂

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  7. jodie harvey

    i dont get scared by films/books much but when i read IT, that frightened the life out of me, the film wasnt as bad though

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  8. Hayley Todd

    I love scary / horror films and books but I must admit it does take an awful lot to scare me! But I do love The Shining and the original 1960’s The Haunting….that film makes chills run down my spine!

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  9. Glen

    I think the Dracula movie is pretty good. As for scary films I thought that The Blair Witch Project was good at the time!

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