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** There's also interactive model of the Universal Palace Theater created by the Universal Studios team. It is essentially a small scale model of the theater with dolls representing the victims of the incidents that haunted the theater, including the Usher.


* The [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fYTWNc78Fz0 26 commercial]] has [[Series/AmericanHorrorStoryFreakshow Twisty]], [[Franchise/TheTexasChainsawMassacre Leatherface]], [[Series/TheWalkingDead Walkers]], and [[Film/TheExorcist Reagan MacNeil]] going after a guy who screams in terror, which is bad enough. But the opera music somehow makes it creepier. Chance's own scream at the end [[SensoryAbuse doesn't help either]]. "Face horror beyond your wildest screams" indeed.

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* The [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fYTWNc78Fz0 26 commercial]] has [[Series/AmericanHorrorStoryFreakshow Twisty]], [[Franchise/TheTexasChainsawMassacre [[Film/TheTexasChainsawMassacre Leatherface]], [[Series/TheWalkingDead Walkers]], and [[Film/TheExorcist Reagan MacNeil]] going after a guy who screams in terror, which is bad enough. But the opera music somehow makes it creepier. Chance's own scream at the end [[SensoryAbuse doesn't help either]]. "Face horror beyond your wildest screams" indeed.


* 2009's Ripped from the Silver Screen website also had an interactive story, focusing on the dark history of the Universal Palace Theater. Stories such as the severed finger found in the hot dog, the rowdy teenagers that disappeared in the sewer, the deformed dolls and toys, the binge drinker that got electrocuted, the man talking on his cell phone getting trapped in the balcony area, the bride-to-be ending up drained of blood, the obnoxious man getting mauled by a werewolf and the disappearance of aspiring actress Evelyn Crane. But the one story that sticks out is the story of the year's icon: Julian Browning. During a 1940 re-release of ''The Phantom of the Opera'', Browning got in a scuffle with a rude theater patron that ended with the patron tossing his flashlight and tearing the screen. Angered, Browning tried to retrieve the flashlight, only to get tangled in the sandbag ropes and strangled. Since then, the ghost of the usher has been seen prowling the lobby, aisles and catwalks of the theater...usually whenever something goes horribly wrong.

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* 2009's Ripped from the Silver Screen website also had an interactive story, focusing on the dark history of the Universal Palace Theater. Stories such as the severed finger found in the hot dog, the rowdy teenagers that disappeared in the sewer, the deformed dolls and toys, the binge drinker that got electrocuted, the man talking on his cell phone getting trapped in the balcony area, the bride-to-be ending up drained of blood, the obnoxious man getting mauled by a werewolf and the disappearance of aspiring actress Evelyn Crane. But the one story that sticks out is the story of the year's icon: Julian Browning. During a 1940 re-release of ''The Phantom of the Opera'', Browning got in a scuffle with a rude theater patron that ended with the patron tossing his flashlight and tearing the screen. Angered, Browning tried to retrieve the flashlight, only to get tangled in the sandbag ropes that were a leftover from the theater's time as an opera house and strangled.was slowly strangled to death. Since then, the ghost of the usher has been seen prowling the lobby, aisles and catwalks of the theater...usually whenever something goes horribly wrong.


* 2009's Ripped from the Silver Screen website also had an interactive story, focusing on the dark history of the Universal Palace Theater. Stories such as the severed finger found in the hot dog, the rowdy teenagers that disappeared in the sewer, the deformed dolls and toys, the binge drinker that got electrocuted, the man talking on his cell phone getting trapped in the balcony area, the bride-to-be ending up drained of blood, the obnoxious man getting mauled by a werewolf and the disappearance of aspiring actress Evelyn Crane. But the one story that sticks out is the story of the year's icon: Julian Browning. During a 1940 re-release of ''The Phantom of the Opera'', Browning got in a scuffle with a rude theater patron that ended with the patron tossing his flashlight and tearing the screen. Angered, Browning tried to retrieve the flashlight, only to get tangled in the sandbag ropes and ended up strangled. Since then, the ghost of the usher has been seen prowling the lobby, aisles and catwalks of the theater...usually whenever something goes horribly wrong.

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* 2009's Ripped from the Silver Screen website also had an interactive story, focusing on the dark history of the Universal Palace Theater. Stories such as the severed finger found in the hot dog, the rowdy teenagers that disappeared in the sewer, the deformed dolls and toys, the binge drinker that got electrocuted, the man talking on his cell phone getting trapped in the balcony area, the bride-to-be ending up drained of blood, the obnoxious man getting mauled by a werewolf and the disappearance of aspiring actress Evelyn Crane. But the one story that sticks out is the story of the year's icon: Julian Browning. During a 1940 re-release of ''The Phantom of the Opera'', Browning got in a scuffle with a rude theater patron that ended with the patron tossing his flashlight and tearing the screen. Angered, Browning tried to retrieve the flashlight, only to get tangled in the sandbag ropes and ended up strangled. Since then, the ghost of the usher has been seen prowling the lobby, aisles and catwalks of the theater...usually whenever something goes horribly wrong.


* 2009's Ripped from the Silver Screen website also had an interactive story, focusing on the dark history of the Universal Palace Theater. Stories such as the severed finger found in the hot dog, the rowdy teenagers that disappeared into the story, the deformed dolls and toys, the binge drinker that got electrocuted, the man talking on his cell phone getting trapped in the balcony area, the bride-to-be ending up drained of blood, the obnoxious man getting mauled by a werewolf and the disappearance of aspiring actress Evelyn Crane. But the one story that sticks out is the story of the year's icon: Julian Browning. During a 1940 re-release of ''The Phantom of the Opera'', Browning got in a scuffle with a rude theater patron that ended with the patron tossing his flashlight and tearing the screen. Angered, Browning tried to retrieve the flashlight, only to get tangled in the sandbag ropes and ended up strangled. Since then, the ghost of the usher has been seen prowling the lobby, aisles and catwalks of the theater...usually whenever something goes horribly wrong.

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* 2009's Ripped from the Silver Screen website also had an interactive story, focusing on the dark history of the Universal Palace Theater. Stories such as the severed finger found in the hot dog, the rowdy teenagers that disappeared into in the story, sewer, the deformed dolls and toys, the binge drinker that got electrocuted, the man talking on his cell phone getting trapped in the balcony area, the bride-to-be ending up drained of blood, the obnoxious man getting mauled by a werewolf and the disappearance of aspiring actress Evelyn Crane. But the one story that sticks out is the story of the year's icon: Julian Browning. During a 1940 re-release of ''The Phantom of the Opera'', Browning got in a scuffle with a rude theater patron that ended with the patron tossing his flashlight and tearing the screen. Angered, Browning tried to retrieve the flashlight, only to get tangled in the sandbag ropes and ended up strangled. Since then, the ghost of the usher has been seen prowling the lobby, aisles and catwalks of the theater...usually whenever something goes horribly wrong.


* 2009's Ripped from the Silver Screen website also had an interactive story, focusing on the dark history of the Universal Palace Theater. Stories such as the severed finger found in a hot dog, the disappearance of actress Evelyn Crane, the deformed dolls and toys that filled the Lost and Found bin, the electrocution of a drunkard and the mauling of a rowdy man.

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* 2009's Ripped from the Silver Screen website also had an interactive story, focusing on the dark history of the Universal Palace Theater. Stories such as the severed finger found in a the hot dog, the disappearance of actress Evelyn Crane, rowdy teenagers that disappeared into the story, the deformed dolls and toys toys, the binge drinker that filled got electrocuted, the Lost and Found bin, man talking on his cell phone getting trapped in the electrocution balcony area, the bride-to-be ending up drained of blood, the obnoxious man getting mauled by a drunkard werewolf and the mauling disappearance of aspiring actress Evelyn Crane. But the one story that sticks out is the story of the year's icon: Julian Browning. During a rowdy man.1940 re-release of ''The Phantom of the Opera'', Browning got in a scuffle with a rude theater patron that ended with the patron tossing his flashlight and tearing the screen. Angered, Browning tried to retrieve the flashlight, only to get tangled in the sandbag ropes and ended up strangled. Since then, the ghost of the usher has been seen prowling the lobby, aisles and catwalks of the theater...usually whenever something goes horribly wrong.

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* 2009's Ripped from the Silver Screen website also had an interactive story, focusing on the dark history of the Universal Palace Theater. Stories such as the severed finger found in a hot dog, the disappearance of actress Evelyn Crane, the deformed dolls and toys that filled the Lost and Found bin, the electrocution of a drunkard and the mauling of a rowdy man.


* The houses at Singapore and Japan deserve more attention. The houses and scarezones are not only based off of movies, games and TV shows, but are also based off both countries' urban legends and folklore. For example, there was one house based off of a story of a subway train that goes through a tunnel that was dug under a cemetery. Expect a lot of angry ghosts coming out the train's windows. Another house tells the story of a beauty parlor that disfigures and turns women's faces into pure nightmare fuel.



* The houses at Singapore and Japan deserve more attention. The houses and scarezones are not only based off of movies, games and TV shows, but are also based off both countries' urban legends and folkore. For example, there was one house based off of a story of a subway train that goes through a tunnel that was dug under a cemetery. Expect a lot of angry ghosts coming out the train's windows. Another house tells the story of a beauty parlor that disfigures and turns women's faces into pure nightmare fuel.


* The houses at Singapore and Japan deserve more attention. The houses and scarezones are not only based off of movies, games and TV shows, but are also based off both countries' urban legends and folkore. For example, there was one house based off of a story of a subway train that goes through a tunnel that was dug under a cemetery. Expect a lot of angry ghosts coming out the train's windows. Another house tells the story of a beauty parlor that disfigures and turns women's faces into pure nightmare fuel.



* The houses at Singapore and Japan deserve more attention. The houses and scarezones are not only based off of movies, games and TV shows, but are also based off both countries' urban legends and folkore. For example, there was one house based off of a story of a subway train that goes through a tunnel that was dug under a cemetery. Expect a lot of angry ghosts coming out the train's windows. Another house tells the story of a beauty parlor that disfigures and turns women's faces into pure nightmare fuel.

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* Holidayz in Hell turns eight beloved holidays into living nightmares, with the exception of St. Patrickís Day and Halloweenís areas.
** New Yearís Eve has skeletal men and women in tuxedos and dresses drinking champagne, skeletal babies, a demented Father Time and a creepy nurse.
** Valentineís Day has a psychotic Cupid with a butcher knife torturing couples in a tunnel of love with creepy Candy hearts
** Easter. Where do we even begin?! For one; the Easter Bunny is creepy as hell and has a bat in his hand, the four Easter eggs feature a creepy bunny, a creepy smile, a PERSONís arms and legs and a deformed marshmallow peep! And donít get us started on those poor kids in the basket and the ones who get bullied by Easter Bunny suits!
** 4th of July features a somewhat demented Uncle Sam, which isnít that scary.. But ya gotta admit, the legless guy is kinda scary in a way..
** Thanksgiving. For starters you have evil turkeys scaring you with tomahawks in their hands, a person is cooked like a turkey and all of the other people are killed in some way.
** And lastly, Christmas. Not only does Santa have a demonic mask, but the trees are decorated with INTESTINES in place of tinsel!! Donít even get us started on the scare zone his wife set up!


** During the initial tram ride, a video was shown detailing the history of Pranevsky. Originally from Slovakia, he was expelled from his homeland after his first film, ''The Widow's Eye'', shocked audiences. Before you watch, however, know that it actually uses footage from Salvador Dali's ''Film/UnChienAndalou'', namely one of the most graphic sequences in movie history: [[EyeScream a woman getting her eye slit open.]] [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sNWdOo-6hUg Watch at your own risk.]]

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** During the initial tram ride, a video was shown detailing the history of Pranevsky. Originally from Slovakia, he was expelled from his homeland after his first film, ''The Widow's Eye'', shocked audiences. Before you watch, however, know that it actually uses footage from Salvador Dali's ''Film/UnChienAndalou'', namely one of the most graphic sequences in movie history: [[EyeScream a woman getting her eye slit open.]] ]][[note]]According to the film's director, it's actually a dead calf's eye, with skin-bleaching and clever lighting making it resemble a human[[/note]] [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sNWdOo-6hUg Watch at your own risk.]]

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* The houses at Singapore and Japan deserve more attention. The houses and scarezones are not only based off of movies, games and TV shows, but are also based off both countries' urban legends and folkore. For example, there was one house based off of a story of a subway train that goes through a tunnel that was dug under a cemetery. Expect a lot of angry ghosts coming out the train's windows. Another house tells the story of a beauty parlor that disfigures and turns women's faces into pure nightmare fuel.
* Florida's Slaughter Sinema house, while mostly dark comedy, does contain very disturbing scenes. For example, in one scene, you walk through a Chuck E. Cheese-esque restaurant where the kids ate something that made them...well, feral monsters.


* The 1999 house '''Psycho: Through the Mind of Norman Bates''' had this particularly unsettling scene that featured hundreds of eyes staring right at you.


* For 2006, the Director took over the Studio Tour and turned it into "Terror Tram: The Director's Cut." Guests were forced to embark - 'on foot' - through various studio lots that had been taken over by Pavel Pranevsky's minions.
** During the initial tram ride, a video was shown detailing the history of Pranevsky. Originally from Slovakia, he was expelled from his homeland after his first film, 'The Widow's Eye', shocked audiences. Before you watch, however, know that it actually uses footage from Salvador Dali's 'Film/UnChienAndalou', namely one of the most graphic sequences in movie history: [[EyeScream a woman getting her eye slit open.]] [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sNWdOo-6hUg Watch at your own risk.]]

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* For 2006, the Director took over the Studio Tour and turned it into "Terror Tram: The Director's Cut." Guests were forced to embark - 'on foot' ''on foot'' - through various studio lots that had been taken over by Pavel Pranevsky's minions.
** During the initial tram ride, a video was shown detailing the history of Pranevsky. Originally from Slovakia, he was expelled from his homeland after his first film, 'The ''The Widow's Eye', Eye'', shocked audiences. Before you watch, however, know that it actually uses footage from Salvador Dali's 'Film/UnChienAndalou', ''Film/UnChienAndalou'', namely one of the most graphic sequences in movie history: [[EyeScream a woman getting her eye slit open.]] [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sNWdOo-6hUg Watch at your own risk.]]

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* For 2006, the Director took over the Studio Tour and turned it into "Terror Tram: The Director's Cut." Guests were forced to embark - 'on foot' - through various studio lots that had been taken over by Pavel Pranevsky's minions.
** During the initial tram ride, a video was shown detailing the history of Pranevsky. Originally from Slovakia, he was expelled from his homeland after his first film, 'The Widow's Eye', shocked audiences. Before you watch, however, know that it actually uses footage from Salvador Dali's 'Film/UnChienAndalou', namely one of the most graphic sequences in movie history: [[EyeScream a woman getting her eye slit open.]] [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sNWdOo-6hUg Watch at your own risk.]]
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