Fox Video

Background: What if Fox Video continued? This is the result.


5th Logo
(1998-2010)
Fox Video (2003)
Nicknames: "CGI Searchlights III", "Fox Structure V"

Logo: Same as before, but it is enhanced.

Variant: The logo is still, and the man says "(Half Deep breath) And now, for our Feature Presentation."

FX/SFX: Same as before.

Music/Sounds: None.

Availability: Uncommon; Seen on VHSs (which ended on 2006), DVDs, and Blu-rays (which started on 2006).

Scare Factor: Same as Before.




6th Logo
(2010-)
Fox Video (2010)
Nicknames: "CGI Searchlights IV", "Fox Structure VI", "2010 Fox"

Logo: A redone and more realistic version of the 1993 tower; this time, it is in a dark/orange evening environment. We could see two more searchlights and a pair of palm trees on the bottom right hand corner. This logo was designed by Chris Wedge and Carlos Saldanha and was animated at Blue Sky Studios, 20th Century Fox's sibling company and creator of Ice Age.

FX/SFX: Same as before.

Variant: The logo is still, and the man says "(Half Deep breath) And now, for our Feature Presentation."

Music/Sounds: None.

Availability: Common, seen on DVDs and Blu-Ray discs.

Scare Factor: None; it is a suitable successor to Fox Video's 1993 CGI searchlights.





7th Logo
(2011-)
Fox Video (2014)
Nicknames: "CGI Searchlights V", "Fox Structure VII", "2010 Fox II"

Logo: A redone and more realistic version of the 1995 tower; this time, it is in a dark/orange evening environment. We could see two more searchlights (one on left, and one on the right (which is the same as the current 20th Century Fox logo) and a pair of palm trees on the bottom right hand corner. Also, the byline "A DIVISION OF 20TH CENTURY FOX HOME ENTERTAINMENT" fades in below. This logo was designed by Chris Wedge and Carlos Saldanha and was animated at Blue Sky Studios, 20th Century Fox's sibling company and creator of Ice Age.

FX/SFX: Same as before.

Variant: The logo is still, and the man says "(Half Deep breath) And now, for our Feature Presentation." There's a special variant. The text "Feature Presentation" is in the Hollywood font, and is seen. and the registered trademark symbol, and the byline are removed.

Music/Sounds: None.

Availability: Same as before.

Scare Factor: Same as before.