The Asylum has staked a claim on the epithet "living vampire" in its mockbuster of the oft-delayed Morbius, while also seemingly mixing in a bit of Buffy The Vampire Slayer.
According to The Asylum's website the synopsis of its latest offering (which originally went by the name of Bram Stoker's Dracula) reads as follows:
"In this gothic thriller, Detective Amelia Van Helsing is on the desperate hunt for the killer responsible for a string of grisly murders targeting young women. Matters only worsen when all evidence leads to the seemingly untouchable Count Dracula. And when Van Helsing’s girlfriend vanishes, she is forced to question the very existence of monsters in a final showdown with the enigmatic count."Dracula: The Original Living Vampire is scheduled for release on January 28, while Morbius is currently on track for April 1 (although that date has shifted many times during the pandemic).