Follow Vampirina and her two best friends, Poppy and Bridget, as they take the stage and start their very own band: the Ghoul Girls! Cheer them on as they travel to Transylvania for their first-ever talent competition and go on many more awesome adventures! Amped with six music-filled episodes, plus seven bonus animated shorts, Vampirina: Ghoul Girls Rock! soars to fang-tastic new heights as Vee and her friends learn how to find their inner ghoul and rock out! Vampirina: Ghoul Girls Rock! arrives homes on Disney DVD November 6th.
In anticipation of Vampirina: Ghoul Girls Rock! coming to DVD, I was able to get a copy to review.
The episodes included in the Vampirina: Ghoul Girls Rock! DVD are all about accepting difference, embracing what makes us unique, and learning how to be great friends. Vampirina takes popular themes to connect with their audience and teaches life lessons needed to get along with others. From the beginning my family has been a fan of this Disney Junior TV series and it is exciting to see them released on DVD.
Vampirina: Ghoul Girls Rock! includes six of their popular Vampirina episodes all about friendship and new activities. The episodes are:
However, what truly makes this Vampirina: Ghoul Girls Rock! rock is that it includes SEVEN short music videos featuring Vampirina and her friends.
The music videos are wonderful to dance to and to sing along with. However, the art takes a bit to get used to. After watching Vampirina in a more digital 3D sort of image, to watch the music videos in 2D is weird. I have seen this happen in other shows for budget purposes, it is just too bad that Vampirina did it as well.
But don’t let the art stop anyone from watching the great DVD. The art starts to grow on you and soon the whole family will be rocking out with Vampirina and her friends and learning life lessons along the way.
More about Vampirina: Ghoul Girls Rock!:
Voice Cast: Isabella Crovetti as Vampirina; Lauren Graham as Oxana Hauntley; James Van Der Beek as Boris Hauntley; Wanda Sykes as Gregoria; Mitchell Whitfield as Demi; Jordan Alexa Davis as Poppy; ViviAnn Yee as Bridget; and Dee Bradley Baker as Wolfie.
Executive Producer: Chris Nee
Release Date: November 6, 2018
Ratings: TV-Y (US); G (CE/CF)
Total Run Time: Approximately 132 minutes
Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1 Widescreen (Enhanced for 16×9 Televisions)
Audio: 2.0 Dolby Digital
Subtitles: English SDH