Universal Logo 1937-1946. This logo has been been brought back for a few period films like Changeling and Leatherheads in 2008, and The Wolfman in 2010.
Universal 75th Anniversary logo in 1990, incorporating many of the past studio logos with music by James Horner.
1997 brought Jerry Goldsmith's new music and updated logo - first seen in Lost World: Jurassic Park.
ET The Extra Terrestrial. For the 2002 anniversary, the logo was arranged with John Williams' ET theme.
Cat in the Hat - 2003. Terrible movie, great animated version of the logo.
Van Helsing - 2004. Black and white logo, which bursts into flames and transitions into the torch. Great start to the movie.
Inglourious Basterds - 2008. A recent film again uses an older logo - this time using the 1963 Universal logo.
Scott Pilgrim vs the World - 2010. This is one of my favorites, the video game intro arrangement and arcade graphics are great for this movie.
For Universal's 100th Anniversary, they premiered a new logo in 2012 with The Lorax. Goldsmith's tune is adapted and arranged by Brian Tyler.
Pitch Perfect - 2012. A new fun one. Paired with the new logo look, the theme is sung a capella by the cast before starting the film.
Oblivion - 2013. The omnipresent Tet is show hovering over the Earth, which looks ravaged like in the film.
Pitch Perfect 2 - 2015. Another a capella arrangement of the theme, sung by actors John Michael Higgins and Elizabeth Banks. This version also appears on the soundtrack.
Minions - 2015. The Minions provide a vocal version of the theme, with a neverending finish. This version also appears on the soundtrack.
As always, there are many more that I can't even begin to mention, including The Flintstones, all 3 Mummy films, 2 Fast 2 Furious, and Waterworld. Why is it that some of the worst movies have the interesting logo changes? Discuss.