1st Logo (2003-2005)
Logo: On a black BG, a blue globe with revolving sections of white land zoom up, followed quickly by a white oval below it. The globe has "WISEAU FILMS" with a line written between the two. The land and text cast a shadow on the oval.
FX/SFX: The zooming, spinning globe and oval... Cheesy Factor: ...which are really cheap and choppy, and the animation of the globe looks like something you would see from a Turbografx-16 game.
Music/Sounds: An ominous sounder, followed by a loud violin stinger.
Availability: Seen on Tommy Wiseau's movies before 2005, notably the infamous The Room, which is seen on the annual April Fools Day airings on [adult swim] and the DVD.
Scare Factor: Medium to high, thanks to the dated effects, dark atmosphere and music.
2nd Logo(2005- ) Logo: A silver W swings towards us on a black background and starts spinning. As it spins, the W starts glowing and sparks fly everywhere. Finally, the W flashes and out of the flash reveals a spinning wireframe model of Earth, with "WISEAU FILMS" in front of it, with "WISEAU" on top and "F I L M S" on the bottom, both separated by a red line. FX/SFX: All the animation in the logo. Cheesy Factor: Better than the previous logo! BUT it's still cheesy; the spinning W turning into the wireframe globe is a joke. Music/Sounds: A very majestic fanfare. Availability: Seen on DVD releases of The Room, and it may appear on Wiseau's future projects. Scare Factor: Low to medium, the dramatics and the flash may catch people off guard, but it's better than the previous logo.