|Halloween Horror Nights Orlando attraction|
|Attraction type||Haunted House|
|Event||Halloween Horror Nights: Ripped from the Silver Screen|
|Park||Universal Studios Florida|
|Area||Woody Woodpecker's Kidzone|
|Housed in||Parade Warehouse|
|Based on||Original; The Phantom of the Opera; My Bloody Valentine 3-D; The Thing; Army of Darkness; Shaun of the Dead; The Strangers|
Silver Screams was one of the Houses at Halloween Horror Nights: Ripped from the Silver Screen, and was considered to the house for the icon of the event, Julian Browning, aka The Usher.
Guests enter the house in front of the Universal Palace Theater, now in a closed-down and dilapidated state. Suddenly, as if by magic, the lights all come on, the song begins playing, and bright red letters appear in the marquee, claiming to show the world premire of Lon Chaney Sr.'s famous film, The Phantom of the Opera. Entering the Lobby, Julian Browning stands at a ticket-taker podium at the end of the hall, which is covered in "vintage style" posters for several different cult horror films. Browning ushers guests into the theater to the right, and "into an experience they will never, ever forget". The transition between each movie is a lobby setting with a poster next to the door for the next film. There is also a chair next to each door with key props from the respective films.
Phantom of the Opera, Pt. 1
Guest enter into a dimly-lit stone tunnel, and can hear organ music echoing from further ahead. Guests emerge into the underground lair of Erik, the Phantom of the Opera. The masked fiend alternates between scowling at guests and playing his organ, which activates air jets and a burst of noise from the organ pipes behind the guests. As guests attempt to flee through the crypt, they are attacked by Erik, now without his mask. The grey stone of the tomb morphs to red fabric wallpaper as guests enter the hallway in front of the next theater.
My Bloody Valentine
Prop: Pickaxe and a heart-shaped box of chocolates.
Guests enter into a hospital corridor with blood painted on the walls declaring "Happy Valentine's Day". Harry Warden, The Miner from the film My Bloody Velentine 3-D, pops out of a closed door in front of the guests and attacks with his pickaxe. Around the corner is a hospital room with a dead body, which serves as a distraction for Warden to once again attack guests as they pass by. Guests finally reach the end of the corridor past more blood-painted walls and move through into another theater hallway.
Prop: Box of dynamite and a petri dish of blood.
Guests enter the Antarctic base from The Thing, now thrown into chaos from the alien invasion. Lights flash and loud scream is heard as a Thing, the trademark creature of the film, is seen at the end of the hallway behind a barrier. Turning the corner, a now insane MacReady and a heavily-mutated member of the base bang on oil drums and attack guests from behind a wall.
Mid-Evil Dead (a.k.a. Army of Darkness)
Prop: The Necronomicon
Guests enter the Pit scene from the movie, and immediately hear the roar of a chainsaw as Ash Williams runs around attempting to fight off a horrifying Deadite as it tries to attack guests.
Phantom of the Opera Pt. 2
Prop: Erik's mask and a flashlight.
Guests enter behind the screen of the theater during the dramatic "Unmasking Scene" from Phantom of the Opera. Looking above, Guests see a number of dummies and manaquins hanging from ropes. Except one of the "dummies" is twitching. Upon closer examination, it is revealed that the dummy is in fact the body of Julian Browning during his gruesome death by strangulation in 1940. The ghost of the Usher then attacks the guests with his flashlight from behind crates and props as they pass.
Shaun of the Dead
Prop: Cricket Bat and a bouquet of flowers.
Guests enter the Winchester Pub as Queens's "Don't Stop Me Now" plays uncontrollably from the jukebox. Shaun stands on the billiards table fighting off zombies. He either has a rag tied around his head or has a dart sticking out. Zombies will pop out of the dark corners of the bar to scare guests. Before exiting the pub, guests are attacked by Shaun's zombified buddy, Ed.
Prop: Pin-up mask and knife.
Guests enter the living room of a darkened house. The smoke alarm is blaring thanks to a blocked off fireplace, which has made the room smoky. Through the open patio door, we can see the Pin-up Girl watching us from outside. The Man in the Mask stands silently in the center of the room, pretending to be a mannequin before lunging at you. Before the guests leave the house, Dollface leaps out of a closet at guests.
Finale In the final part of the house, various scareactors playing Julian can be seen walking back and fourth across the exit to the maze, and at times, come up to and attack guests to give them a final scare.
- The Usher
- The Phantom of the Opera
- Harry Warden
- The Thing
- Ash Williams
- Man in the Mask
- Pin-Up Girl
Unused Films: Here are some films Universal planned to use in Silver Screams:
- Close Encounters of the Third Kind-Concept art for this has been seen, as a UFO descends on guests, and was originally supposed to spray a huge amount of air on them.
- The Exorcist
- Dawn of the Dead
- The People Under the Stairs
- Psycho 
- The Invisible Man
- A Nightmare on Elm Street
- Friday the 13th
- The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 
- Halloween 
- The Silence of the Lambs
- Posters for the unused films are used in the marquee, which is strange considering the house takes place in the 1940's.
- Posters for Leave it to Cleaver, and the Spawning are seen in the queue.
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