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Monster High: Boo York, Boo York

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Monster High: Boo York, Boo York logo
GenresAnimation, Family
Music ByMark Mothersbaugh
TaglineIt's fright lights, big city!
Film NameMonster High: Boo York, Boo York
StarringKaren Strassman, Celeste Henderson, Wendee Lee, America Young
Directed ByWilliam Lau
Produced ByMargaret M. Dean, Tina Chow
Release Date2015-09-29
Running Time72 minutes
Screenplay ByKeith Wagner
Content RatingTV-Y7
Distributed ByUniversal Pictures
Original TitleMonster High: Boo York, Boo York
Country of OriginUSA
World Premiere Date2015-09-29
Production Company NameMattel
Production Company Website URLhttps://www.mattel.com/
Monster High: Boo York, Boo York is an enchanting rollercoaster ride full of music, drama and scary adventures. When the ghosts are invited to an epic gala event in the Big Apple, they discover the city's underground community of monsters. The hilarity takes an unexpected turn when Nefera, Cleo de Nile's older sister, uses the comet's powers for her own dirty game. Amidst all the chaos, the ghosts meet the legendary singer of the city, Catty Noir. As a comet sets off an inevitable cosmic collision, the Monster High gang must band together to make things right. Combining a live soundtrack, outrageous hilarity, and unparalleled camaraderie, the film strikes a balance between comedy, action, and heartfelt plot.


In the animated Monster High movie Boo York, Boo York, our favorite creepy kids take a bite out of a big apple. When Cleo De Nile's father throws a comet party in Boo York, the De Nile family and their creepy friends take a spooky vacation to the bustling city. The film rocks with musical numbers as teenage monsters wander the town and discover that Cleo's Comet isn't all it seems.
The plot thickens with an unexpected twist of romance, friendship and hidden secrets. When Cleo discovers the comet's true purpose, the Monster High crew must work together to keep their world from turning upside down! Cleo's sister, Nefera, attempts to use the comet's energy with her normal manipulation powers. The exciting film also introduces new characters like Astranova, which gives the film a heavenly feel.
Romantic drama ensues as Deuce Gorgon and Cleo de Nile's relationship blossoms as another romance between Catty Noir and Pharaoh comes to fruition. Character bonds grow stronger through a shared mission as the Monster High Ghoulfriends work to save the day against nefarious schemes and schemes.
Boo York, Boo York is an outrageous show of charm, wit and hair-raising excitement that shows how teamwork and friendship can overcome any daunting obstacle.



'Monster High: Boo York, Boo York' "film" screenshots
'Monster High: Boo York, Boo York' "film" screenshots
'Monster High: Boo York, Boo York' "film" screenshots
'Monster High: Boo York, Boo York' "film" screenshots


When a comet that passes every thousand years passes over the city of Boo York, Boo York, Cleo de Nile and his boo, Deuce Gorgon is invited to the grand city to attend an elegant celebration for the occasion. Cleo's father, a businessman, has a plan of his own and steals the comet to use its powers to make her powerful. Meanwhile, Cleo prepares for a crystal comet ceremony that is supposed to reveal destiny.
But all is not well. Catty Noir, a pop star and high school lookalike who has lost her spark, runs away to Boo York, Boo York in hopes of regaining her trust. Along with Catty, the monstrous group of friends from Monster High board the Comet Train and travel to Boo York, Boo York, where they immerse themselves in city life, meet new town ghosts, and engage in a comedy of errors caused by their father. by Cleo. try to abuse the comet's power.
All's well that ends well with moth girl Luna Mothews; Elle Eedee, Robot; and Mouscedes King, the mouse girl, steps in to help the Monster High friends, plot Cleo's father's evil plans, all the while putting on the biggest show in Monster High history, turning the night of the comet into a fantastic dance party. Starry sky. at night on Dead Road.


Making Monster High: Boo York, Boo York was an exciting adventure in the Monster-High universe. Ushering in a new wave of popularity, the animation has been improved to make the scenes memorable, and the character designs have been elaborately rendered to continue the gritty gothic aesthetic that the franchise is known for. A vivid portrait of Boo York himself, inspired by New York, attracted attention.
The opulent buildings, bustling streets and vibrant atmosphere reflect the real city and create an immersive setting for the story. The unique twist of integrating the song sequences into the story added an exciting layer to the storyline and kept the audience enthralled throughout. This was supported by a well-curated soundtrack that perfectly captured the spirit of each scene and character.
The voice cast, comprised of both industry veterans and new talent, brought each character to life and took care to bring out their unique personalities. The script was carefully crafted to include engaging dialogue and humorous antics, a feature that has historically marked the success of the franchise.
Monster High: Boo York, Boo York was created to not only preserve the legacy of the franchise, but to further develop it. Recognizing this, the production team dedicated themselves to creating a lively, entertaining and memorable film that showcased the fearless spirit of the Monster High universe.


in 2015 The world of Monster High traveled to the terrifying town of Boo York for a one-of-a-kind celebration that was celebrated in monster style! In Boo York, Boo York, ghosts take a bite out of the big apple and our favorite characters experience spooky urban style, hair-raising visuals and shocking ball games.
The storyline mixed disturbing drama with fashion as Cleo was forced to get her hands on a comet at an event dubbed the Millennium Party. When a comet exploded and released cosmic energy that caused the monsters of Big City and our ghouls at Monster High to undergo a terrifying transformation, the event went from cold to chaotic!
While the on-screen drama grabbed our attention, the dazzling musical numbers and Broadway-style sequences stole the show! The songs were catchy tunes that effortlessly blended pop, R&B and Broadway shows.
The release of Boo York, Boo York was another terrific addition to the Monster High franchise. From its haunting style to its haunting storyline, the film was a smash hit that lived up to its promise to mesmerize the audience with one thrilling moment after another. Whether you're a longtime Monster High fan or someone looking for a scary moment, Boo York, Boo York is a movie that should be at the top of your scare list!


After the release of Monster High: Boo York, Boo York received mostly positive reviews from fans and critics. The film's clever infusion of comedy, romance and suspense was praised, proving yet again how Monster High can satisfactorily combine different genres to create a compelling story. Critics praised the new environment, which highlighted the brand's creative versatility. The iconic New York character was the perfect backdrop for a parade of humorous urban tropes sprinkled throughout the plot.
Featuring catchy tunes with a strong message of self-acceptance and unforgettable characters, the film's music was another highlight that was appreciated by audiences and critics alike. The introduction of new characters like Astranova was also well received, giving the story a new dynamic.
Young audiences especially loved the film's overarching message of how embracing unique traits can be empowering, a theme that remains central to the Monster High franchise. The film's focus on fashion, another important part of the series, impressed audiences, with the characters wearing clothes inspired by "urban chic" and astro-glamour, each design closely reflecting the character's personality.
Despite low critical acclaim, the film was a success and added to the Monster High franchise. It reaffirms the show's status as the epitome of children's entertainment with entertaining stories mixed with valuable life lessons. So Monster High: Boo York, Boo York gave fans what they wanted — and maybe a little more.

Cultural impact

"Monster High: Boo York, Boo York has made a big impact on pop culture with its unique fusion of youth-oriented themes and the timeless horror genre. It deviates from stereotypical children's cartoons without shying away from characters that are a little disturbing. Storylines that educate resilience of young and old people.
The film's poignant portrayal of the teenage lives of famous monster offspring has sparked a new wave of fascination among children and teenagers, sparking an appreciation for stories that celebrate difference and embrace the unusual. Boo York, Boo York subverts traditional hero-villain paradigms by developing relatable young characters who embody the light and dark qualities associated with their legendary parents. In addition, the film's appeal is enhanced by the bright pop/hip-hop music sequences and catchy lyrics that contain life lessons about friendship, forgiveness and acceptance. The eclectic soundtrack not only increased the popularity of the film, but also contributed to the influx of musicals in the animated film.
In addition, the fashion and style of the characters had an obvious influence on popular culture trends and styles. Inspired by the film's aesthetic, many brands have launched clothing and accessory lines that replicate the characters' outfits, making young fans feel right at home. In addition to this merchandise, the film inspired a successful doll line that allows fans of all ages to connect more deeply with the Monster High universe. Finally, Monster High: Boo York, Boo York has had a major cultural impact, from instilling important values ​​in young viewers to influencing trends in fashion and popular music. His innovative storytelling and distinctive style continue to fuel pop culture, demonstrating his enduring relevance and popularity.