Nickname: "Laser-Light C"

Logo: Same as the 1988 Carolco logo, except the byline "HOME VIDEO" fades in below.

FX/SFX: Same as the 1988 Carolco logo.

Cheesy Factor: The text "HOME VIDEO" looks poorly chyroned.

Music/Sounds: Same as the 1988 Carolco logo.

Music/Sounds Variant: At the end of the 1997 DVS VHS of Basic Instant, the narrator is still reading the closing credits over this and the "Exclusively Distributed by" version of the LIVE Home Video still logo (Which made their surprise appearances). The narrrator says the descriptions of both logos at the very end of the tape.

Availability: Seen on Carolco releases of the period, starting with Music Box and including Mountains of the Moon, Total Recall, Narrow Margin, Terminator 2: Judgement Day (Including the 1998 Artisan VHS and the 2000 Candaian Alliance Atlantis VHS), The Doors (Including the 1995 VHS reissue alongside the 1994 LIVE Entertainment logo), Universal Soldier and Basic Instinct. Also appeared on Seven Arts releases distributed by New Line Cinema, including King of New York and Rambling Rose. This, along with the Live Home Video "Exclusively Distributed By" variant can be found on the promotional trailer for Terminator 2: Judgment Day - Special Edition, which in turn, can be found on the Ultimate Edition DVD of T2. The label itself ended around 1993 with LIVE Entertainment taking over release duties. This logo made a surprise appearance on the 2000 Canadian Alliance Atlantis VHS of Basic Instinct (with strangely the IVE Warning screen at the end of the tape). Their print logo was still being used into the Live Entertainment days on releases even after Carolco went defunct and would be phased out when Live became Artisan (with copyrights going under Canal)..

Scare Factor: Same as the 1988 Carolco logo.