Monster High (1989 film)

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Monster High
Directed by Rudiger Poe (credited as Rudy Poe)
Produced by Eric Bernt
Tom Kuhn
Screenplay by Roy Langsdon
John Platt
Starring Dean Iandoli
Diana Frank
David Marriott
Robert Lind
Music by Richard Lyons
Cinematography Eric Goldstein
Edited by Warren Chadwick
Distributed by Lightyear Entertainment
Release date
December 20, 1989
Running time
84 min
Country USA
Language English

Monster High is a 1989 comedy horror film directed by Rudy Poe.


When aliens bring a stolen doomsday device to Earth, it is up to a group of high school students to save the world.


Reviews for the film are uniformly bad. DVD Talk called said "it's really tough to be entertained by anything this inane, chintzy, and uninspired."[1] The Horror Movie Survival Guide describes the film as "Kind of like Michael Jordan's Space Jam but much much worse."[2] Rotten Tomatoes gives the film a 35% audience approval score.[3]

Home media[edit]

Monster High was released on DVD by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment as the "4 Movie Thrills & Chills Collection, Volume 3" along with The Craft, Fright Night, and Brainscan.


  1. ^ Weinberg, Scott (September 24, 2005). "Monster High". DVD Talk. Missing or empty |url= (help); |access-date= requires |url= (help)
  2. ^ Molinari, Matteo; Kamm, Jim (2001). The Horror Movie Survival Guide. Penguin Putnam. ISBN 9781101203835.
  3. ^ "Monster High". Rotten Tomatoes. Retrieved December 19, 2016.

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