After having a bash at Mary Shelley in 1987's disastrous GOTHIC, director Russell turned his feverish imagination loose on Bram Stoker in this very campy adaptation of Stoker's final novel. Updated and set in the Derbyshire region of modern-day England, the film begins as young Scottish
archaeologist Angus Flint (Peter Capaldi) uncovers an unidentifiable skull while digging up the garden of the inn where he is staying. Run by sisters Eve and Mary Trent (Catherine Oxenberg, Sammi Davis), whose parents have recently disappeared, the house just happens to sit on a site that,
centuries ago, was a convent during the Roman occupation. Soon Flint learns of local legends r...