1st Logo (Late 80s-2003)
Nickname: "The Overseas Triangle"
Logo: On a black background, we see a glowing sphere with a black spot, which slowly slides diagonally to the right, slowly revealing a blue sphere. While that's happening, two triangles flies in from both sides, surrounding the sphere from bottom as it's fully revealed. The right triangle has a scratched surface. Then, the stacked words "OVERSEAS FILMGROUP" in 3D fade in above the logo.
FX/SFX: The sphere rotating and the triangles moving.
Music/Sounds: Either a tune starting with stepping sounds or a whoosh and locking sounds are used. Sometimes it is silent.
Availability: Extremely rare in the U.S, due to replacement with other distributors logos, but somewhat uncommon in European territories. Surprisingly, it is intact on the Artisan and Hollywood DVDs of Moon 44, the Olive Films DVD & Blu-Ray of Ticks, and the First Look DVD of Maniac Cop II. Appears on old video and international releases of Southern Comfort, Retribution, Dumb Luck in Vegas, Trading Mom, The Secret of Roan Inish, Blue Desert, To Die For II: Son of Darkness, and on earlier releases of the live-action Fist of the North Star (most current prints are plastered with the 2nd First Look Media logo, although this was retained on a recent Showtime airing).
Scare Factor: Low to medium. The music and dark mood may get to some.
2nd Logo (1999-2002)
Logo: On a black background we see the stacked words "OVERSEAS FILMGROUP" in an Arial Black font.
Music/Sounds: Silent or the films opening theme.
Availability: Rare. Seen on Titus, All Forgotten, and recent international prints of Moon 44, where it plasters over the previous logo.
Scare Factor: None.
3rd Logo (2002-2003)
Nickname: "Who is the Division of Who?"
Logo: Same as the First Look Pictures logo, except the company name has changed to "OVERSEAS FILMGROUP". Below is the byline: "A Division of First Look Media". In the previous logos, the main company and its division were opposite!
FX/SFX: Same as the FLM logo.
Music/Sounds: Same as the FLM logo.
Availability: Rare. Seen on films such as Bone Snatcher and Between Strangers.
Scare Factor: None.