Monster High, 13 Wishes, marks the third direct-to-DVD CG animated, feature-length film to be released by Mattel’s Monster High brand in an anticipated partnership with Universal Pictures. 13 Wishes brings to life the age-old adage of “Be scare-ful what you wish for".
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 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!
- "13 Wishes" is a play on the 2010 movie 16 Wishes.
- When Howleen enters the attic, a purple hat, a magic apple, and a bottle with purple liquid are on display. These refer to various students of Ever After High. Also the Grimm brothers (out of ever after high) make there debut in this movie.
- In the scene, where Frankie is putting photo's in her locker, you can see they are from the tv special "Scaris:City Of Frights".
- Erin Fitzgerald has revealed on her Twitter that she voices a secret character in "13 Wishes". Note that this character cannot be Wydowna, Catty, or Whisp, as they are all accounted for already.
- As with Scaris: City of Frights, 13 Wishes features a lot of fashion. They are: Clawdeen's School's Out outfit, Ghoulia's Scaris: City of Frights outfit with her Skultimate Roller Maze hairdo, all outfits from the Picture Day fashion line, and the entire 13 Wishes and 13 Wishes: Haunt the Casbah lines.
- The DVD of 13 Wishes contains three webisodes that likely are exclusive to the DVD until some a few months into 2014: "Department of Monster Vehicles", "Royal Pest Sitter", and "Cookie Creeper".