Dracula 2000 (2000) was proof the iconic bloodsucker was still going to be scary in the new millennium! Scarier than the Y2K bug, even! The Count (Gerard Butler) has been imprisoned in the vault of London antiques dealer Matthew Van Helsing (Christopher Plummer) for centuries, but one of his employees (Jennifer Esposito) plans an inside job that accidentally frees the fanged one. Way to go. These dumb criminals with no clue about what's valuable grab the fancy coffin being kept under lock and key, put it on a plane, and head for the hills. Thanks to that terrible decision, soon enough Drac's broken free, is killing everyone on the flight, and crashing the plane into the Louisiana swamps. Meanwhile in New Orleans, college student Mary (Justine Waddell) is plagued by Dracula nightmares, but her roomie Colleen Fitzpatrick, better known as pop sinsation Vitamin C, thinks she just needs a man. With his mentor Simon (Jonny Lee Miller) at his side, Van Helsing heads to the big easy looking to stop Dracula before he can find Mary, who is actually Van Helsing's daughter. But since Van Helsing injected himself with Dracula's blood to stay alive all these years, Mary and the legendary vampire share a telepathic connection that Dracula really wants to explore. In by far the wildest scene in what's a pretty wild movie, Vitamin C is topless in a zero gravity sex scene with the great undead one. The visibility is brief and a bit blurry, but it's still some good stuff. Ignore the bad CGI and enjoy the eye candy! Not even Dracula is immune to the sexual persuasions of Vitamin C in Dracula 2000!