Pirromount Pictures

From Audiovisual Identity Database

Not to be confused with Paramount Pictures.

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Pirromount Pictures is the production company of exploitation director Mark Pirro, most known for the film A Polish Vampire in Burbank.

1st Logo (1990s-2010s)

Logo: We see a cloud time-lapse background. "PIRROMOUNT" in CGI and in gold zooms out as two gold circles move from side to side, which shines colorful lights. The background darkens as this happens. There is now an abstract arch with an eclipsed globe behind the top part, above the "PIRROMOUNT" and a few seconds later, the logo is completely covered by smog.

Technique: The clouds, the text, circles and the outline. Nice CGI.

Music/Sounds: The opening theme of the film.

Availability: It is seen in a few Pirromount films, such as Color-Blinded, which can be seen on YouTube.

2nd Logo (2010s-)

Logo: The way the logo plays off is fairly identical to the previous logo. However, the opening cloud time-lapse is more realistic, the "PIRROMOUNT" text zooms out facing downwards, the abstract arch (which is more thicker in this logo) stretches back and forth, and there are no colorful lights shined on the logo as well as smog to end it off. Rather than darkening, the background changes to red as the logos forms.

Technique: Same as before, except the arch now stretches.

Music/Sounds: None.

Availability: Seen on their films during this time, such as Rage of Innocence.

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