Based on the 3D Dirac semimetals (DSM) supported tilted double elliptical resonators, the tunable propagation properties of quasi-bound in continuum (BIC) resonance have been investigated in the THz regime, including the effects of rotation angles, DSM Fermi level, and the configuration of resonators. The results manifest that by altering the rotation angle of elliptical resonator, an obvious sharp BIC transmission dip is observed with the Q -factor of more than 60. The DSM Fermi level affects the BIC resonance significantly, a sharp resonant dip is observed if Fermi level is larger than 0.05 eV, resulting from the contributions of reflection and absorption. If Fermi level changes in the range of 0.01–0.15 eV, the amplitude and frequency modulation depths are 92.75 and 44.99%, respectively. Additionally, with the modified configurations of elliptical resonators, e.g. inserting a dielectric hole into the elliptical resonator, another transmission dip resonance is excited and indicates a red shift with the increase of the permittivity of the dielectric filling material. The results are very helpful to understand the mechanisms of DSM plasmonic structures and develop novel tunable THz devices, such as modulators, filters, and sensors in the future.