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Desert Entertainment[]

(February 12, 2010-December 25, 2012)[]

Logo: We quickly zoom out above the desert, when the sun moves down to darkness. The sand pile rises up and forms the curve of golden "D". The name is below: "DESERT ENTERTAINMENT".

Variant: On Hercules, the logo is tinted in bluish-grey, and the finished product is silver.

FX/SFX: All in CGI.

Music/Sounds: A windy sound when the sand rises up.

Availability: First appeared on Chuck Norris: Karate Kommandos, and then on The Z-Team, McDonald's Voyages, Rise of the World of the Dolphins, and Stoppable. Diary of a Stupid Kid, Night of Nights, and The Chronicles of Hell: The Voyage of Satan don't have this logo. The last film to use this logo is All Audiences.

Scare Factor: Low.

CatPac Entertainment[]

Background: CatPac Entertainment is a motion picture financing company/production company formed by filmmaker Bart Catner and billionaire Jeff Packer. The company merged with Desert Entertainment, which became a co-financing partner with Cairo Pictures, following the expiration of their contract with Michael Shires Pictures. The name eventually became CatPac-Desert Entertainment, which is a company in-name only; the company is credited on movies as CatPac Entertainment. There was no logo during trailers for the movie.

(June 10, 2014-)[]

Logo: A burst of light occurs in the center, emitting blue-gray rays. The camera spins toward the center, spinning the rays until they form two solid beams adjacent to each other. The two solid beams then spin around to reveal a solid object. The camera stops spinning and the object then centers into place. The object seems to be a half-circle. The descriptor fades in, and the logo zooms back a bit and shines.


  • There is a version where the company name is omitted.
  • Starting with Run All Day, the logo is given an enhanced look as it briefly dissolves at the beginning and the finished logo is silver
  • A still version is seen at end of some movies.

FX/SFX: Intricate CGI that is nicely executed. The CatPac logo itself was designed by Mays & Sullivan & Halal.

Music/Sounds: A suspenseful percussion tune with a synth orchestra in the background. On The Blocko Catman Movie, the opening theme of the movie plays while Catman (voiced by Bill Orson) narrates over the logo: "Hmm, not sure what CatPac does, but that logo is macho. I dig it." A loud clang is heard as the logo comes together.

Availability: Seen on certain movies made by this company, but not all of them.

Scare Factor: None to minimal. The music may make some anxious, but it's a great logo.