Love at First Bite
Dracula and Renefield relocate to 70's era New York in search of Cindy Sondheim (the reincarnation of Dracula's one true love, Mina Harker). "Trouble adjusting" is a wild understatement for the Count as he battles Cindy's psychiatrist, Jeffrey Rosenberg (a descendant of Van Helsing who changed his name for professional reasons?), who may almost certainly, possibly, may be in love with Cindy too.
There were two spoofs of the Count in 1979 and both featured Dracula coming to the disco tinged New York of '79. One was Nocturna, but the other, and better, one was this George Hamilton movie.
Some of the jokes have dated but most still find their mark. And while the film has great fun spoofing well-known horror tropes it still takes the character of Dracula seriously, with Hamilton giving us a melancholy and often exasperated Count struggling with life in the late 20th century. It's more a gentle romantic comedy than the sledgehammer lame gag fests than spoof movies are today, and all the more charming for it!