What’s Halloween without Ari Golan’s party?

Halloween and Atomic Pictures’ annual party, to be held Oct. 31, go together like Freddy Kruger and Elm Street.

What started 24 years ago as a fun, costume Halloween party for Ari Golan’s clients has become the Energizer Bunny of annual events and just keeps going and going.

This year’s revelry on the dark side is called “Graveyard Millionaire,” and it’s a fundraiser for the Midwest Chapter of national Adaptive Adventures, a children’s sports and recreational program.

The evening is usually attended by several hundred people garbed in cute/imaginative/weird costumes. They will be entertained by non-stop, undead music delivered by Libido Funk Circus, Rock It Science, Domestic Haze, The Bored of Education, mystery guest performers and DJ Rockstar.

The “Graveyard” is Golan/Atomic Studios, 1501 N. Magnolia. The haunting hours are 8 p.m. to 3 a.m. Costumes are absolutely mandatory along with a requisite ID.

The donation is $75 per corpse at the door, and $175 at the door for R.I.P. treatment ($65 and $150, respectively, in advance).

The donation covers hors d’oeuvres, beer and spirits and prizes, including two round-trip airline tickets, courtesy of Northwest Airlines and Orbitz.

Call 312/649-1800 or see