English law firm junior Jonathan Harker travels to Transylvania to sell London real estate to count Dracula, unsuspecting he's obliged to stay in his castle as 'language tutor' for a month. In a Budapest convent, sister Agatha questions him later how he escaped alive and what he learned about the master vampire, who locks his victims in coffins to die. Jonathan realizes only now how even his love for fiancee Mina was exploited and tainted, but she's there too, hoping to redeem him from his worrisome state. But Dracula has tracked them down and found a way to be invited in so he can unleash his bloodthirsty wrath and wolves.
Did You Know?
In the Rules of the Beast, Sister Agatha mentions "a detective friend in London". This is a clear reference to Mark Gatiss and Stephen Moffat's other famous show "Sherlock". In which a detective lives and operates in London. See more
I'm undead, I'm not unreasonable.
References Cat People