Closing Logo Group

1st Logo



Logo: TBA

FX/SFX: The starfield, the logo zooming out.

Cheesy Factor: Off the scale. The quality of the logo, starfield and simple zoom effects may actually do well on the 70s, but not on a logo made in 1994!

Music/Sounds: TBA

Availability: TBA

Scare Factor: Low to medium. The logo makes up some unfamiliar animation for the decade along with the darkness. However, this is raised for the next logo...

2nd Logo



WARNING: The audio is a little loud, we recommend that you turn down the volume before watching.

Nicknames: "3-G Home Video, Cambodian Style", "The Arm of Doom", "Genesis Home Video And UAV Combined"

Logo: We see a blue background and a half covered by water. A VCD player then appears from underwater and rises up, and it's later revealed that a hand is holding it. The camera gets far from the VCD player. The VCD player's tray ejects, a blue VCD then flies in and places itself on the tray. The VCD player then starts to read the disc. A flash occurs, leaving another view of the VCD player as the Khmer text zooms in. A metallic drawing of a temple on a hill appears and moves above the Khmer text. Lights then appear, forming part-by-part the words "Preah Vihear" and "Productions", in yellow.

FX/SFX/Cheesy Factor: Really poor CGI animation. Note the offset English text.

Music/Sounds: An ascending sound that sounds like an airplane, then a booming whoosh.

Availability: Extremely rare. You may be lucky finding this on videoke VCDs in Cambodia.

Scare Factor: High. Some may be afraid of the cheap animation and the loud, ominous sounds similar to the second 3-G Home Video logo.

3rd Logo



Logo: TBA

FX/SFX: Quite an improvement of the previous logo, even if it's simple 2D animation.

Music/Sounds: TBA

Availability: TBA

Scare Factor: None to minimal. The ugly animation may turn off a few but it's a lot tamer than before.

4th Logo


Logo: TBA

FX/SFX: The background clips, the parts of the logo zooming.

Cheesy Factor: A small grammar error; "RIGHT" on the copyright notice should be plural.

Music/Sounds: A dramatic orchestral theme.

Availability: TBA

Scare Factor: None.