Atlantic Group Films was a film subsidiary of A*Vision Entertainment that was formed in 1992 in order to release feature films on home video, and it was one of the four labels, alongside NightVision, KidVision and BodyVision. After only releasing three films under the name, in 1995, it became WarnerVision Films.
Atlantic Group Films
1st Logo (November 3, 1993)
Logo: On a black-navy blue gradient background, we see a white box with three black boxes. Inside it was the words "ATLANTIC", "GROUP" and "F I L M S ", all in various fonts all over the box.
Availability: Seen only on the movie Indecent Behavior.
2nd Logo (December 7-21, 1994)
Logo: On a black background, we see the Atlantic Group Films logo from before spinning in, but without the outlined box. The logo then spins away in a palindrome-like effect.
Technique: The spinning.
Music/Sounds: None or the opening theme of the movie.
Availability: Seen on Indecent Behavior II and Lady in Waiting.
Logo: On a black background, we see the WarnerVision "\\'" logo that is surrounded by lines, making it look like a camera photo. The last two ellipses of the WarnerVision logo is in black with a white outline, while the first ellipse was filled in. Below it was the words "WARNERVISION FILMS" in a Futura Condensed font.
Availability: Rare. Seen on The Granny, Gumby: The Movie, Indecent Behavior III, Someone to Die For, Kleptomania and The Donor, among others.