1 : marked by intemperance especially in eating or drinking
2 : sick from excessive indulgence in liquor
Even better than the sound of the word CRAPULOUS—knowing the word comes from the Latin crapula, meaning intoxication.
A Dracula parody waiting to happen?
Other notable Dracula parodies to date (not a complete list, by any means):
The Fearless Vampire Killers (Polanski, 1967)*
Blood For Dracula (a Warhol project, 1974)
Dracula: Dead and Loving It (Mel Brooks, 1995)
I envision CRAPULA played by Pauly Shore. I'll leave the rest to the imagination.
*This film is particularly hilarious. Please rent it and watch it.