Well, Therapy For A Vampire turned out to be a whole lot of fun. It's a Austrian film by writer director David Ruhm and it's filmed in Vienna Austria. He's directed 9 other films but I'm not familiar with them.
That's the Count Geza von Közsnöm and that lady is his lovely wife Countess Elsa von Közsnöm. She's only lovely on the outside, inside she's a beast, chomping at the throats of her victims with relish. They have been married for hundreds of years and things are a bit rocky between them. The Count goes to see Sigmund Freud to get some therapy. The Count has gotten tired of being a vampire, he doesn't even bite people anymore. His chauffeur and toady kidnaps women, and drain their blood so the Count can drink the blood out of a glass. The Count has been a creature of the night for 500 years, and he's still got issues about an old love that perished 5 centuries ago.
The Count sees a painting of a woman named Lucy, and wouldn't you know it, she's spitting image of the Count's long lost love. Turns out Lucy is the girlfriend of the painter. He sends his wife to get a portrait, she's obsessed with her looks but can't see herself in a mirror, and busies himself with wooing Lucy. Plenty of things happen before the end of the movie.
It's a great looking film, there are plenty of lovely locations, and well used CGI and practical effects. There's a nice mix of drama, humor and chomping. I had a fun time and would be happy to see it again. I'd recommend it to those that want a bit of a different vampire film.