Original: On a background filled with blue/indigo squares, we see a blue square with the Paramount mountain logo in gold. It shines, then moves and zooms away as the squares behind it move off, revealing the stacked words "FEATURE PRESENTATION" in gold that are zooming in on a heliotrope gradient background. The words shine and then after few moments, it zooms towards us at breakneck speed. Just as the text engulfs the screen, it cuts to a warning screen, which has a pattern of Paramount mountains in the background.
90th Anniversary: An enhanced version of the previous "Feature Presentation" logo. A full color version of the original version of the 2002 Paramount Pictures logo (90th Anniversary version) appears in a square that overlaps a background of four purple squares. A line of light passes over it, and then the logo flies off and the squares peel off, pretty much like before. They reveal "FEATURE PRESENTATION" in a gold-yellow font flying into place, each word from a different end. The words now float against a dark cloud background, eventually zooming in towards the screen in a trail of gold light. The warning post appears as always, but with a dark blue background in place of the usual logo wallpaper.
Scare Factor Edit
None to low for the original. The zooming in of the "FEATURE PRESENTATION" text with the jarring cut to the warning can startle first-time viewers, as well as the loudness of the fanfare.
If Larry the Cucumber, Bob the Tomato and Junior Asparagus are having a nightmare, Medium to Nightmare because of Paramount theme that make you wanna put your socks on and go outside, and worse Bob the Tomato, Larry the Cucumber and Junior Asparagus will start crying for Twilight Sparkle and her friends. None who are not scared of it. Then, King Pig may find it funny and wets his pants and boy you stink. :(
High to Nightmare in G-Major. The jumpscare that came out of nowhere can give someone a fright, especially if you're expecting than the original logos, but those used to it will do NOTHING at all. Shining Armor, on the other hand, will scream and cry like a little baby! Especially if he watches one Junior Asparagus‘ Blue’s Clues Videocassetes.
Low for the 90th Anniversary, complements the 2002 film counterpart very nicely.