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The movie centers around Dracula's daughter Mavis' 118th birthday (18 for us humans). Dracula (a single parent) is known for throwing the best parties and this year should be no different, however, this is a very special birthday for Mavis, and despite Dracula's best efforts to thwart her attempts she wants to spread her wings and see the world. Just as Dracula thinks he has everything under his control a human stumbles upon his hotel, and his world could be turned upside down.
I knew my little man would more than love this movie, and I wasn't wrong. He laughed, and giggled his way through the entire thing, and although there were a few little frights, the overall animation and plot are very child-friendly. Plus there were a few hidden jokes to keep adults entertained and plenty of little surprises along the way.
Before heading up to Los Angeles for the screening I wanted to make something fun for the little man to take with him, so after a little research on the Hotel Transylvania website, I found a printable to download that shows you how to draw Frankenstein's face. This was perfect to make a mask.