1st logo (2014-)
Nicknames: The Grumpy Rooster, The Mischievous Rooster, Roy Rooster, TimeLife Funhouse (transition variant)
Logo: On a white background, we see Roy Rooster from U.S. Acres standing on the left of the screen with a grumpy expression on his face and crossing his arms. Right next to him, we see a gray oval with a black outline and colourful text, "Funhouse" in the Comic Sans MS font. Each letter is a different colour:
n: Light green
Underneath the oval is the word "Productions" in the same font, but in black.
- There's a rare variant of the logo featuring Roy in a happy mood with his left arm up, showing the logo, the background is black and the oval is absent.
- Another variant has the logo fading out to white and a TimeLife logo appears in place with the text "Funhouse Productions Has Been Sponsored By" above.
FX/SFX: None, it's a still logo.
Music/Sounds: None, or the closing theme of the movie.
Availability: The logo appeared on the Jack-Kids films. Go!Animate the Movie also had this logo appear at the end of it. The "Happy Roy" variant exclusively appears at the end of the Christmas comedy A Jack-Kids Christmas. This logo also appeared at the end of newer prints of older movies such as Good Burger, One Hour Photo and Super Mario Bros. (which uses the TimeLife transition variant).
Editor's Note: Roy appearing in the logo may be surprising and a bit disturbing due to his facial expression, but you are a fan of ''U.S. Acres'', you may like it. At least it's better than the next two logos below.
2nd Logo (2015-)
Nicknames: Rooster from Hell, Roy Rooster II, The Evil Rooster, Roy Goes Insane, The Crazy Rooster, "That Freaky Rooster!"
Logo: On a black background, we see a drawing of Roy Rooster (from the previous logo) with a predatory look on his eyes and dirty looking teeth zooming out. After It finishes zooming out, the company name appears below in white in a Cambria font.
FX/SFX: The picture zooming out and the text fading in.
Music/Sounds: None (which adds to the creepiness), or the closing theme of the movie.
Avaliability: Seen at the end of Castle and The Random Stick Figure Movie.
Editor's Note: Roy looks freaky, even some may feel if he is staring into your soul and ready to kill you, especially with the lack of music. The drawing of the same character said before also looks like it’s poorly drawn. However, all gets worse in the next logo below.
3rd Logo (2016)
Nicknames: Rooster from Hell II, The Evil Rooster II, "Where's Roy?", The Angry Rooster, The Even Scarier Rooster, The Unused Funhouse, Haunted House Productions
Logo: On a background with colorful dots, we see a still picture of three girls. Then a close-up of an angry face appears and then zooms out. The face appears to be a different rooster instead of Roy from the first two logos above. The company name fades in next to the rooster who has his arms crossed (possibly a reference to the "Grumpy Rooster" logo). The logo continues strobing until it fades out.
- There's a still variant of the logo where the rooster is on a white background and the company name is used from the "Grumpy Rooster" logo.
- There's another variant of the logo where the rooster is replaced with Luigi.
FX/SFX: The strobing, the fade in and the zoom-out.
Music/Sounds: A creepy drumbeat accompanied by explosion sound effects and screaming sounds. If you listen closely, you can hear Mario and Luigi screaming.
Availability: This logo appeared at the beginning of the movie The Tourettes Guy (the still variant appears at the end of the movie).
Editor's Note: The screaming, exploding and eerie drumbeat and the logo’s bizarre content can be very unsettling to some viewers. Some may also get creeped out at the beginning of the logo with the closeup of the rooster's face. However, most people may be disappointed over the absence of Roy in this one. This logo is definitely not a good sight for people with epilepsy. It has also been described as even worse than the previous logo. However, this is a good way to keep little children from watching the Tourettes Guy film, as that movie is not family-friendly.