The 1925 silent film version of Phantom of the Opera has inspired five re-makes, but has yet to be outdone. Lon Chaney, who took his make-up secrets to his grave, was so frightening as the phantom that many 1920s movie-goers fainted during “the unmasking scene.” The film is still a favorite Halloween scare tactic in cities around the country and Sacramento is no exception. At the Towe Auto Museum, you can watch the creepy classic with musical accompaniment by Paul Quarino on the Mighty Wurlitzer Pipe Organ. The screaming, I mean, screening begins 8 p.m. Friday. $8 for adults, $5 kids, $20 families. 2200 Front St. Call 442-6802 for more information.