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Logo description by HarvestmanMan
Video capture courtesy of czar7474

Background: TBA.

1st Logo

Logo: We see four colored trails, one red, pink, yellow, and blue, descend from the corners of the screen. They collide in the middle and the word "REPLAY" is formed in block font, along with the word "Video" in script underneath it. The logo flashes a bright white, and the words "THE NEW FORCE IN HOME VIDEO ENTERTAINMENT" expand upward from the bottom and appear below the script.

FX/SFX/Cheesy Factor: The combination of bright colors, a cheap flash, and corny-looking text.

Music/Sounds: As the colored trails appear, two synthesized crescendos are heard, one after the other. A synth fanfare is heard when the logo flashes, with a few church organ notes right after it. The fanfare continues after the "New Force" text appears, and ends with a drum roll. Every bit of this music was made on a synthesizer, even the drum roll!

Music/Sounds Variant: On the original UK pre-cert release of Kentucky Fried Movie, the logo is silent.

Availability: Rare. Only on tapes from the pre-cert era released by Replay. Replay were very notable for releasing the infamous Cannibal Ferox. Some non-horror titles that this logo can be seen on include Kentucky Fried Movie, The Rogue and Grizzly and Gone in 60 Seconds.

Scare Factor: Low to medium, but the drum roll might catch some off-guard. The logo flashes slowly enough that it actually isn't startling at all.

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