Empire Video Home Entertainment

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum

Logo (Late 1980s?)

Visuals: After the warning screen dissolves away, there is the text


in a futuristic font with “HOME ENTERTAINMENT” below flipping from the background, moving towards the right side and settling in the center. Then,

τα εκλεκτοτερα εργα σε βιντεο

(which translates to “Presents the finest works in video”) zooms in below, with colours fading in said text (that being white, yellow, light blue, green, magenta, red and indigo from left to right) as the same happens to the company name shortly after (albeit with a “dissolve” effect). The Greek text zooms out, and the company name zooms out to the right side of the screen. The text resembles the logo from a more well-known outfit of the same name.

Technique: Computer animation.

Audio: A synth theme with a kick drum and electronic drum. This is actually p:Machinery (Polish) by Propaganda slowed and pitched down by -5.

Availability: Appears on Greek video prints of At Last, at Last, Notturno and Colpo rovente.

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