1st Logo (1980's?)
Nicknames: "The Red Chair I" "The Dramatic Chair" "Sitting On The Middle of The Dust" "Gaumont Buena Vista International's Hong Kong Cousin" "The Sudden Johnny Mak"
FX/SFX: The chair appearing, the texts fading in.
Cheesy Factor: The background is unnecessary to be colored on plain white, so the text is barely seen from here. It's also weird that it cuts to another texts, though it's appearance should be longer.
Music/Sounds: A low-pitched crash, which segues into a bombastic, happy sounding synth fanfare with whooshes and an explosive finale. The fanfare is heard on the other texts too. This sounds a lot like the Rank Screen Advertising 4th logo.
Scare Factor: Medium to high, maybe beacuse of the bombastic fanfare and sudden revelation of the chair and overall the weird nature of the logo's concept. but the logo isn't such as frightening as some homecountry logos, the same reason for those who used to it.
2nd Logo (1990's?)
Nicknames: "The Red Chair II" "Lights, Camera, Action! Here's a Chair, and Nothing Else"
FX/SFX: The chair rotating like CGI, the texts appearing.
Cheesy Factor: TBA
Availability: Ultra-rare. Seen on their films of the time.
Scare Factor: Low. Much tamer than the logo above, but the darkness may still get to some.