The “Universal Monsters” arrive at Late Night Troisi for eight weeks of horror in the dead of night!

From Thursday to Sunday at 23.59, the disturbing protagonists will animate the darkness of Cinema Troisi: “Dracula” with Bela Lugosi, “The Mummy,” “Frankenstein,” and one of the greatest sequels of all time, “Bride of Frankenstein.” And yet, “The Invisible Man” and “The Phantom of the Opera” with revolutionary make-up, “The Wolf Man,” and “Creature from the Black Lagoon,” all strictly in the original language with Italian subtitles!

The films, produced between 1923 and 1956 by Universal Pictures and inspired or often directly adapted from the great classics of gothic and horror literature, contributed to making “monsters” part of the collective imagination and veritable cornerstones of the horror science-fiction genre.

Here’s the complete program:

From 06/04 to 9/04 at 23.59
“The Phantom of the Opera” – Rupert Julian (1925)

From 13/04 to 16/04 at 23.59
“Dracula” – Tod Browning (1931)

From 20/04 to 23/04 at 00.30
“Frankenstein” – James Whale (1931)

From 27/04 to 30/04 at 00.30
“The Mummy” – Karl Freund (1932)

From 04/05 to 07/05 at 00.30
“The Invisible Man” – James Whale (1933)

From 11/05 to 14/05 at 23.59
“Bride of Frankenstein” – James Whale (1935)

From 18/05 to 21/05 at 23.59
“The Wolf Man” – George Waggner (1941)

From 25/05 to 28/05 at 23.59
“Creature from the Black Lagoon” – Jack Arnold (1954)

Buy tickets on or at the box office!

4 April 2023