In the early days of the motion picture, you didn't have fancy special effects, stuntmen or elaborate sets. To produce eerie monster films, you relied on creepy music, fantastic actors and dark trailers with incendiary words splashed across the screen. Monster takes revenge! Terrifying the countryside! Nothing satisfies his blood lust!

In the early days of the motion picture, you didn't have fancy special effects, stuntmen or elaborate sets. To produce eerie monster films, you relied on creepy music, fantastic actors and dark trailers with incendiary words splashed across the screen. Monster takes revenge! Terrifying the countryside! Nothing satisfies his blood lust!

You can't beat it.

See two vintage horror classics Friday during CAPA's Summer Movie Series. Boris Karloff stars as a science experiment gone wrong in "Frankenstein" (1931), then Lon Chaney howls under the moonlight in "The Wolf Man" (1941).