Impact Pictures

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1st Logo

Impact Pictures (2006)Impact Pictures - CLG Wiki
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Nicknames: "Lightbulb Zapper", "The Insect Killer", "The Butterfly or Moth Killer", "Lightbulb of Death", "The Dark Life of a Lightbulb", "Shine's Cousin"

Logo: We see a lightbulb on the dark. We fade into more closer shots of it, as it starts lighting up. Then a butterfly-like bug (possibly a moth) flies to the lightbulb, and gets zapped by the lightbulb while it surrounds with swirling sparks as we see close-ups of the action. Later on, we see the same lightbulb with bloodmarks making the words "IMPACT PICTURES" on it. We gets a bit far from the lightbulb as it flashes brighter.

Variant: Print version exists on closing credits, which is merely the name in two lines.

FX/SFX: The animation.

Music/Sounds: Sounds of the action, mostly zapping and the lightbulb being touched, and a camera flash sound when the lightbulb flashes.

Availability: The full version was seen exclusively on D.O.A. (2006). Doesn't appear on Resident Evil series, as the Davis-Impact logo appears there instead. The exception is Resident Evil: Extinction, but the closing version is only shown there. On Pandorum, the closing version shares the screen with Overture Films and Constantin Film logos.

Editor's Note: Depends on what you think about the disturbing action in the logo. If you love bugs, then you may not like it. This is pretty much fitting for most of their movies, however, and this is a cool logo.

2nd Logo

Impact Pictures - CLG Wiki

Nicknames: "Eclipse"

Logo: TBA.

Variant: On Pompeii, it has the word "POMPEII" added below the logo.

FX/SFX: The light moving.

Music/Sounds: The opening theme of the movie, or silence.

Availability: Seen on Musketeers and Pompeii, and possibly will appear on newer movies. Don't expect to see it on Resident Evil movies (both Afterlife and Retribution), as the Davis-Impact logo appears there.

Editor's Note: None.