Over the Halloween weekend, the Monster High girls (Plus Gil) decided to watch some classic monster movies and see what humans thought about monsters like themselves. I warned them that what they see might not be too flattering, but they were still curious. I sat in to document the results.
As movies about sea monsters are rather few and far between, Lagoona settled on "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest"
Next up was 1932's "The Mummy". Cleo boasted her father was more than capable of holding his own against whatever humans could do.
Nerve wracking for Draculaura, 1931's "Dracula" was chosen as the next movie.
Clawdeen was ready for questions while watching 1941's "The Wolf-Man", even among monsters her kind is often misunderstood.
1931's "Frankenstein" was bound to be awkward. Frankie had never seen it before.
Finally, it was Gil's turn. The movie of choice was 1954's "Creature from the Black Lagoon." Gil had grown up hearing about the legendary Creature, in reality his first cousin and namesake, but was not prepared to explain his actions.
I would like to credit Disney and Universal for the screenshots from these classic films. Without the Universal Monsters, we would have much less interesting lives!
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