A triple bill of horror. 'Bram Stoker's Dracula' is Francis Ford Coppola's big budget version of Bram Stoker's classic vampire novel. Victorian London provides the stalking ground for the lovelorn Transylvanian Prince Vlad (Gary Oldman), feeding off human blood as he seeks out the beautiful Mina (Winona Ryder), a reincarnation of his lost love Elisabeta. Mina is also courted by gentleman estate agent Jonathan Harker (Keanu Reeves), whose chum Doctor Van Helsing (Anthony Hopkins) wants to put an end to this vampire business once and for all. 'John Carpenter's Vampires' is a dose of high-camp horror from the fright-meister. When Jack Crow's (James Woods) team of mercenary vampire hunters is slaughtered by the master vampire Valek (Thomas Ian Griffith), he teams up with Montoya (Daniel Baldwin) to fight back. Their only link to Valek is the beautiful, psychic prostitute Katrina (Sheryl Lee), and with her help they set out to confront the ultimate evil. Finally, in 'Fright Night', when young horror fan Charley (William Ragsdale) discovers his next-door neighbour (Chris Sarandon) is a vampire, his mother and the police just think that he has watched too many horror films. In fact, the only person he can convince of his fears is the host of the horror television show 'Fright Night', Peter Vincent (Roddy McDowall). Thrown together under these strange circumstances, Charley and Peter must now team up and confront the bloodsucker.