This is the former name of LK-TEL Video.
1st Logo (1989-1992)
Logo: On a black background, we see the blue text "VIDEΩMEGA ENTERTAINMENT" flip towards the center of the screen as it zooms in. "VIDEΩMEGA" is set in a large font and the first "E" and "M" in "VIDEΩMEGA" are italicised. "ENTERTAINMENT" is much smaller and is beneath the former text. A black square with the RCA/Columbia Pictures International Video logo swoops down from the Omega symbol and covers it.
Later Variant: In 1991, after the text flips in it simply cuts to the RCA/Columbia logo
FX/SFX: The flipping, the RCA/Columbia Pictures Video logo zooming in.
Cheesy Factor: The animation is choppy and the theme is just cheap, as well as other Argentinian logos.
Music/Sounds: A droning theme with some beeps thrown in.
Availability: Seen on international prints of RCA/Columbia Pictures material.
Scare Factor: Depending on the variant.
- Original Version: Low to high, bordering on nightmare. The dark, ominous animation, coupled with the creepy droning synth music, can cause many scares.
- Second Version: Medium to nightmare. The jarring cut to the RCA/Columbia Pictures logo makes it even scarier.
2nd Logo (1992)
Logo: We see the Videomega text from before (this time in aquamarine) swooping down from the top of the screen leaving behind some particles. It settles down in the center and a large slash forms beneath it.
FX/SFX: The swooping, the slash. Typical late 80s/early 90s animation, but at least it's an improvement over the previous logo.
Music/Sounds: A synth theme with a whoosh sound when the slash is formed below the logo.
Availability: Spotted on Vestron Video releases in Argentina.
Scare Factor: Minimal; it's a refreshing change from the previous logo, but the theme can still be a problem.