Auld Lang Syne
James lies at the graveside of his wife Helen. He recalls an invite from his friend Archie to attend a party. James arrives by carriage to a grand house and welcomed by his old friend Archie who ushers him in to meet the host of the party Callum, and James draws the attention of a beautiful lady Isabelle.
Callum insists that James should stay the night and even offers some fine clothes to wear. James enjoys the party but is reminded of some curious stories about the house and its guests. He is surprised and seduced by Isabelle whilst alone in the wine store. James manages to recover his composure but is distraught by the renewed party debauchery and a strange warning from the maid. Archie persuades James to rest a while.
James mourns for Helen and contemplates his own death. James is alarmed to hear the maid screaming as she is pursued by Callum across the lawn. On returning to the party, James discovers it is really a coven of vampires. He is seduced and forgetting his grief momentarily gives himself to Isabelle. James realises too late that this new vampire life has cursed him to be separated from his beloved Helen forever.