And now, suckers - Dracula...disco version. The Count's statuesque granddaughter Nocturna (played with unusual zomboid quality by executive producer Nai Bonet) runs away to the New York disco scene with what she calls 'my boyfriend', a friendly blond hulk who had been doing a gig in Transylvania. There are a few ideas which wouldn't disgrace a Mel Brooks movie: Dracula (Carradine) wearing dentures, a lady vamp sleeping in curlers and coffin, and her exasperated complaints about the quality of urban blood through 'pollution, drugs and preservatives'. It's all terrible, but there's no indication that it's meant to be anything else. Only see it when you feel very, very silly.