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Monster High: 13 Wishes
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Release date September 30, 2013 (UK)
October 8, 2013 (US)
Director(s) Steve Sacks
Writer(s) Ted Zizik, Mike Montesano
Run time 148 minutes
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Monster High: 13 Wishes is the ninth TV special of Monster High.


Tired of being 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, named Gigi, is freed and grants Howleen not 3, but 13 wishes! At first, all her screams come true. But Howleen soon discovers that each wish comes with a dark side and finds herself under an evil spell of temptation that wreaks havoc on the student body of Monster High. Join Frankie Stein, Clawdeen Wolf, Draculaura, Abbey Bominable and the rest of the Monster High ghouls on an all-new DVD movie adventure as they strive to save Howleen… and the very soul of Monster High.


Gigi is seen racing with Fawn to stop Whisp from doing a great evil. However, Whisp finds them and tries to make Fawn wish to her to make her become all powerful. Meanwhile, Gigi shows Fawn the mirror which breaks Whisp's influence over Fawn.

However, the mirror shatters, and as Fawn makes her final wish, she orders for everything to go away. Gigi does so, and Whisp and herself are pulled back inside the lantern. Fawn wakes up in the sand, and contemplates on if it's too late to ask for money, or get a magic carpet. (Which, of course, is too late)

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"You have something of mine." - Whisp

"Well, you, my testy bestie, are a better monster than me." - Howleen Wolf

"...I will have everything. You will have nothing. Stings, doesn't it, sister?" - Whisp to Gigi, about the upcoming eclipse, after Frankie, Ghoulish and DraculaIra are banished to the lantern.


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Monster High® 13 Wishes Official Trailer


  • It is the first TV special of Monster High having a new opening theme, featuring the "We Are Monster High" song.
  • This TV special is referenced on the Disney movie Aladdin, with a few twists -
  1. The finder of the lamp/lantern is granted not three, but thirteen wishes.
  2. The main antagonist is a shadow version of the genie, not a power-hungry shapeshifter wizard.3.
  3. The wishes have dark turns and motives as time goes on, becoming more corrupted.