A young woman, played by Britt Nichols goes to her family estate to see her dying grandmother and is informed that the family has a vampire curse and that she may become one of them.
She moves into the castle anyway with her uncle and cousin. Soon she is seeing vampires everywhere. Howard Vernon is Count Karlstein, aka Dracula and he never seems to leave his coffin for some reason.
Sometimes the story is hard to follow and the subtitles are wrong, but it is still a very good film for what it is and the picture quality is superb. There is ample nudity of the lovely ladies, but that is a staple in almost all Franco films. It may not be the best vampire film out there, but I would recommend this to any horror or Franco fan.