1st Logo (1994-2000) Edit
Nicknames: "The M", "The Miramax M", "The Big M", "The Flashing M"
Logo: Same as the 1987 logo, except the outlined "M" isn't flashing anywhere, "MIRAMAX" is in yellow and "FILMS" is now placed to the right next to "FAMILY".
Variant: Just like the 1987 logo, this logo can fade out early while the rest of the music plays.
FX/SFX: See the "Miramax Films" page, and then scroll down to the 3rd logo.
Music/Sounds: Same as the 1987 logo, but in double pitch. Sometimes, the opening theme of the movie is heard or silent, but usually not.
- Some films play the music in normal pitch.
- One film had the logo fade out early and the last two notes are cut off, like the 1987 logo on Pulp Fiction.
- In rare cases, the film's opening music is heard.
- In very rare instances, it is silent.
Availability: Very rare, due to this logo being plastered by any Miramax Films logos, especially the 2011 one.
Scare Factor: Same as the 1987 logo.
2nd Logo (1991-2000) EditNicknames: "The Banner of Boredom", "The Family Banner of Boredom"
Logo: Simply, a still version of the print logo.
Music/Sounds: None or the trailer's opening theme.
Availability: Seen on trailers of any film.
Scare Factor: None. It's a clean, but boring logo.
3rd Logo (2000-2005) Edit
Nickname: "One Crazy Dot"
Logo: On a white background, we see the print Miramax Films logo in black and a dot turns the text "MIRAMAX FILMS" to "MiRAMAX FAMILY".
FX/SFX: Nice CGI!
Music/Sounds: Bouncy sound effects.
Availability: Seen on films during this period until this logo's retirement in 2005.
Scare Factor: None, it's a funny logo.