It's a new school year at Monster High! Howleen's dream of popularity becomes a possibility when she stumbles upon a genie who grants her not 3, but 13 wishes!


Andrew Duncan (story by), Mike Montesano (story by) | 6 more credits »





Cast overview, first billed only:
Cam Clarke ... Narrator (voice)
Erin Fitzgerald ... Abbey Bominable (voice)
Missi Hale ... Catty Noir (voice)
Cindy Robinson ... Operetta (voice)
Marcus Griffin Marcus Griffin ... Clawd Wolf (voice)
Julie Maddalena ... Robecca Steam (voice)
Salli Saffioti ... Clawdeen Wolf (voice) (as Celeste Henderson)
Jonathan Lipow Jonathan Lipow ... Crash Maxxon (voice)
Evan Smith Evan Smith ... Deuce Gorgon / Gil Webber / InvisiBilly (voice)
Debi Derryberry ... Draculaura (voice) (as Sue Swan)
Jonquil Goode ... Twyla (voice) (as Joni Goode)
Audu Paden Audu Paden ... Dragon / Ghoulia Yelps / Manny Taur / Mr. Hack (voice)
Kate Higgins ... Frankie Stein (voice)
America Young ... Howleen Wolf / Toralei (voice)
Laura Bailey ... Headmistress Bloodgood / Lagoona Blue (voice)


It's a new year at monster high and all the ghouls are dreaming of there wishes to come true little did they no the time to make there wishes come true was near. Join howleen and twyla on a grate advensher where that meat Gigi the magic genie. As they make all the ghouls wishes come true

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This movie further solidifies the link between the worlds of Monster High and Ever After High by showing the role of the Brothers Grimm in Whisp's creation. See more »


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Best children's movie from a toy franchise I've ever seen
19 April 2020 | by nathanbrandiskiesSee all my reviews

13 Wishes is arguably Monster High's best, and in my opinion one of the best movies to come from a toy franchise to date. 13 wishes explores themes of low-self esteem, sibling rivalry, & "wishful" thinking which I think any tween regardless of gender or background would find relatable. The plot is well developed and has clear continuity to the movies predecessors and Mattel's spin-off franchise "Ever After High". While the story is completely fictional, the story doesn't feel convoluted or frustrating to understand, and a masterfully sinister performance by Jonquill Goode makes characters like Whisp feel authentically frightening and seductive. Cameos of Monster High characters like Wydowna Spider & a musical performance by the MH universes Ariana Grande, "Catty Noir", make the movie even more enjoyable to die hard fans. In contrast, although comedic relief scenes like "Die Trying" featuring Monster High's male lineup, attempt to make the movie light hearted, the movie could do without these tedious scenes despite the necessary marketing for the doll lines male counterparts. Despite this minor caveat, the character designs are captivating, and the movies vivid and imaginative universe keep eyes glued to the screen, it's the only Monster High movie I've found myself watching numerous times, bringing me back to an electric & nostalgic feeling of child-like innocence.

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8 October 2013 (USA) See more »

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