Frankenstein's monster, Dracula, the Wolf Man and the Invisible Man are among the many creatures invading the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences' Samuel Goldwyn Theatre in October.
The academy is hosting "Universal's Legacy of Horror," a monthlong series in celebration of the studio's 100th birthday.
The thrills begin Oct. 2 with the newly restored 1935 James Whale classic "The Bride of Frankenstein," starring Boris Karloff as the Monster, as well as Colin Clive, Dwight Frye, Ernest Thesiger and Elsa Lanchester as Mary Shelley and the Bride. The second bill is the new restoration of Tod Browning's 1931 masterwork, "Dracula" with Bela Lugosi as the infamous vampire.
Oct. 9 heralds the 1941 "The Wolf Man" with Lon Chaney Jr. in the title role and John Landis' 1981 hit "An American Werewolf in London."
The 3-D version of the 1954 cult fave "Creature From the Black Lagoon," with Julie Adams and Richard Carlson, and Whale's 1933 "The Invisible Man," with Claude Rains in his feature debut and Gloria Stuart from "Titanic" screen Oct. 16.