Draft:Severin Films

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum


Severin Films is an American film production and distribution company known for restoring and releasing cult films on DVD and Blu-ray. It is considered a boutique Blu-ray and DVD label.

1st Logo (2006-2011?)

Visuals: The sequence starts with a black and white scene from a movie, which shows a female hand reaching toward and rubbing the stomach of a lingerie-clad woman, who is only seen from the waist down with a gold necklace around her torso. It then fades to a grainy black and white background. On the background, the word "SEVERIN" with the upper half of a woman's head (which looks like Bettie Page) above it. It is shown at an angle. The URL "www.severin-films.com" fades in on the bottom right of the logo.

Variant: A still version without the URL exists.

Technique: A mix of live-action and 2D computer animation.

Audio: A slow-paced guitar tune.

Availability: Seen on DVDs of old exploitation films released by the company such as Hardware.

2nd Logo (February 27, 2010-2021?)

Visuals: On a grainy black and white background, there is a close of a woman's eyes. It then zooms out to reveal the Severin logo (from before). The URL "www.severin-films.com" (in a different font) fades in on the bottom right of the logo.

Technique: 2D computer animation.

Audio: Same as before.

Availability: Seen on Birdemic: Shock and Terror and BMX Bandits.

3rd Logo (March 30, 2021-)

Visuals: Unknown.

Technique: Computer animation.

Audio: Same as the last two logos, albeit the wind sounds are heard.

Availability: Seen on current Severin releases, such as Perdita Durango.
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