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Background: Third Eye Post Production Studios is a real Indian film company. this article consists of dream logos for this company. Real Logos Can Be Found Here:

https://closinglogosgroup.miraheze.org/wiki/Third_Eye_Post_Production_Studios_(India)

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(March 22, 2020) Nickname: "Brain Cell Web", "Mouldy", "Not-so-Grand", "Blue Cheese Rip off"

Logo: Same as the THX Grand Trailer, but it plays normally until it gets to the second blue background. Like the usual THX grand trailer, a light with lens flares moves upward. This time, however it reveals sped up footage from a camera flying though brain neurons while the whole area is lit in a purplish-red color, gradually turning orange as the camera flies though the neuron gaps. Eventually a dark room with faint orange lighting emerges with crystal crab-like limbs surrounding an ensign as the camera pans in on said ensign. It then rapidly fades into an orange THX logo and said logo moves back whilst a copy trail appears before it vanishes. Meanwhile, the text "A COMPLETE FILM POST PRODUCTION HOUSE" appears below, while the text "third eye" in a Devanagari-style font emerges by a fiery effect above in orange. The text "POST PRODUCTION STUDIOS" flips in below "third eye", as a spotlight appears in front of the finished logo.

Variants:

  • An alternate version exists, in which just the dark room with crystal crab-like limbs is omitted. It is also accompanied by the same bootleg deep note, but it is slightly different with the Apple Mac startup sound and a resonating choir playing in unison throughout. Also, the "audience is now deaf" line from "Tiny Toon Adventures: How I spent my Summer Vacation" is more clearly heard in this master of the bootleg deep note.
  • A rarer prototype version also exists, in which the brain cells and dark room with crystal crab-like limbs is omitted. The cloudy background appears very choppy and incomplete and instead of the "third eye" logo emerging in a fiery effect, it fades to a black screen with the text:

"THIS MOVIE FEATURING Digital Tracking Sound 'D'signed by SIVA Y PRASAD at" just like the fourth logo. It is also accompanied by the same bootleg deep note from the version with the crystal room cut out. Said bootleg deep note is also set in the same pitch as the Digitally Mastered Deep Note.

FX/SFX: The background changing, the texts fading, the flying though neurons, orange crystal room, the appearance of the words, and the logo emerging.

Music/Sounds: Some chimes and wind howling. When the background opens, wind whistles, then various ascending notes and sounds, until a Star Wars laser-gun sound and a whooshing sound occur as the camera flies though the brain neurons. Afterwards, as the camera pans on the orange room, a mostly angelic sounding knockoff version of the THX Deep Note is heard. Additionally, the "audience is now deaf" line from "Tiny Toon Adventures: How I spent my Summer Vacation" is heard alongside a synth-like sound that fades out seconds after it is heard.

Availability: Only seen on Gopkumar Bros.

Editor's Note: The part where the camera flies though the neurons and the subsequent dark room with the dim orange lighting and crystals surrounding the center ensign is actually stolen from a scene in the Chris Chibnall era of Doctor Who, implying the whole segment is a gradual zoom in into the doctor's TARDIS. It is likely that the room scene was blatantly left in alongside the "audience is now deaf" line from "Tiny Toon Adventures: How I spent my Summer Vacation". As they've also made an attempt to clear out THX's name with this newer logo, the THX logo is somewhat still present even before the logo for Third Eye Post Production Studios emerges. Adding to that, this logo shamelessly used the audio and visuals of an early version of Forrest Creek Studios' "Blue Cheese" logo, which in turn used the audio and visuals of THX's "Grand" trailer without consent. The early Brain Cell Web logo had lead Forrest Creek to a lawsuit with THX and the BBC, yet it already had a slightly cheesy feel to it, which made Third Eye's logo even worse.

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(2022)

Nicknames: "Cheesy Presentation", "Boring", "Just Why", "Did They Even Try?!", "Les Cauchemar de l'Espace", "Sun of Doom", "Enjoy the Thrill of Sound II"

Logo: The screen fades to a space background (similar to the one in the 2nd Rede Bandeirantes ident) as a large red/orange "sun" slowly moves towards us. After a few seconds of sizzling, it then fades away and the text: "THIS MOVIE FEATURING Digital Tracking Sound 'D'signed by SIVA Y PRASAD at", goes into view and zooms out in a trail effect seconds later. Below this is the company's logo, with "THIRD EYE" in a futuristic font and "POST PRODUCTION STUDIOS" underneath with lines over and underneath it. "Enjoy the Thrill of Sound..." is placed at the lower right corner of the screen.

Variants:

  • Before the promos, the logo flashes at the end. After the promos, a flash brings forth the logo.

FX/SFX: The fadeout of the star, the reveal of the logo, and the logo fading. All really cheap, but pretty unique as well.

Music/Sounds: The space background has distorted popcorn noises. When the sun fades out and the logo, comes into view, a thunder clap is heard, followed by a slightly different high pitched version of the knockoff THX Deep Note from the previous logo. It also has the Apple Mac startup sound and a resonating choir playing in unison at the end. Said bootleg deep note is also set specifically in the same pitch as the THX Digitally Mastered Deep Note.

Availability: Ultra rare. This logo was used on few counterfeit home video releases of Bollywood films outside India, specifically in the US.

Editor's Note: It's one of the cheesiest logos to come out of a low budget Indian film studio, with the cheap animation, reused space background from another logo, and the "sun" resembling a fizzing tablet. It also is quite infamous for shamelessly using an imitation of the THX deep note. Not to mention when the actual logo appears, it has bad grammar (this movie featuring), misspelling ("designed"), and use of stock fonts. In a way this logo also became notorious because of it's similarities to the first logo for Family Home Entertainment and possible influence from Object Home Video's similar logo.

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