Silver-tongued radio disc jockey Dave (Clint Eastwood) can't help but notice the persistent calls from a female to "play 'Misty' for me." But a chance meeting with infatuated fan Evelyn leads to a brief and steamy love affair.
Dave quickly learns he's in for more than a little night music, and that Evelyn will stop at nothing -- even the return of one of Dave's old flames -- to have him all to herself. Blinded after a horseback-riding spill, Sarah (Mia Farrow) once again encounters darkness in a different, more menacing form.
Director Richard Fleischer's vision emphasizes the creepy ambience of the story and makes the ending all the more powerful.
When her friend goes missing -- possibly at the hands of a serial killer -- while cycling through the French countryside, a British nurse (Pamela Franklin) is desperate to discover her fate.
But the locals are unhelpful, and when an enigmatic detective joins the case, she begins to suspect his real motives and identity.
The Count enters the picture when the group goes from drinking blood to worshipping Dracula's rival, Lord Courtley (Ralph Bates), causing Dracula to prey upon the three lusty youngsters.
The chilling film climaxes with a tension-filled standoff inside a cathedral. Blind retired detective Franco Arno (Karl Malden) overhears a strange conversation by two men outside a pharmaceutical company.