Willis (Richard Lawson) is upset because he's not next in line to lead a voodoo clan after his mother, the leader, dies. He wants revenge--an gets ahold of Mamuwalde's bones. So he performs a ritual, sacrifices a white dove, and the vampire resurrects, none too happy. Blacula attacks him an turns him into a vampire, which he discovers when he looks in a mirror and can't see his reflection. They go out hunting and kill a ginger woman. Then, Blacula crashes a party, where he sees some artifacts from his own African tribe. This is where he meets Lisa Fortier (Pam Grier), the new voodoo priestess. Rather than her being a love interest, like his dead wife, he thinks she can undo his vampiric curse with magic. So he makes a voodoo doll to do the ceremony. Yet, in the end, she can't overcome the feeling of how evil he is and repeatedly stabs the doll. We don't see Blacula die, just screaming, in the last shot, which always left me with a feeling that the producers had planned a third movie.
Although there's plenty of jive talk afros and mustaches, this sequel isn't nearly as good as the first film.