Dario Argento’s Dracula takes place in Transylvania, 1893. One night, in the woods near Passo Borgo, at the foot of the Carpathian Mountains, lovers, Tania and Milos, secretly meet. On the way home, Tania is tracked and killed by a “dark shadow”. Not long after Jonathan Harker, a young librarian, arrives in the village at the invitation of Count Dracula himself, noble places, at whose castle is heading not before a visit to Lucy Kisslinger, the mayor’s daughter and best friend of his wife, Mina . The castle, Harker is greeted by Tania, mysteriously resurrected and transformed into a vampire. Tania tries to seduce him several times before Dracula himself to bite necks Harker.
When he tried to flee, he is killed by a giant wolf. Meanwhile, his wife Harker, Mina, arrives in the village looking for her husband, then visit Dracula’s castle, which in turn falls under hypnosis: it was time expected count, which – as is revealed – put everything way it attracts woman who looks perfectly Dolinger, her former lover.
Van Helsing, a vampire hunter and their liquidation specialist is called and arrives at the castle, and his target is Dracula. Determined to fight for life and death, Van Helsing enters the castle and – to a combination of circumstances – Mina, while under hypnosis, shot him involuntarily on Dracula vampire turns to ashes before they turn into a bat with a mocking grin.