Warning: Same as the 1978-2004 Warner Home Video warning.
Availability: Seen on the very first Prism Entertainment releases.
Scare Factor: Like most warnings in this format, low to medium.
Warning: It's almost the same as the 1978-2004 Warner Home Video Warning Screen, except it is on a blue background, and the word "WARNING" is in grey. Also, it contains film grain.
Cheesy Factor: The entire ident is badly grainy.
Availability: Seen on Prism Entertainment releases up until 1992. It also makes surprise appearances on a New World VHS of Fraternity Vacation, a Western-World VHS of Kicks, a J2 VHS of Dorf on Golf and a Rhino Video VHS of Commercial Mania: Special Edition. It is also seen on Program Hunters releases and, along with the next warning, Prism releases co-distributed by Paramount.
Scare Factor: Like most warnings in this format, low to medium. The cheap graininess of the logo may also unnerve some.
Warning: Same as the second version of the 1989 Paramount Home Media Distribution warning.
Availability: Seen on Prism Entertainment releases co-distributed by Paramount, such as Aftershock, Out of Sight, Out of Mind, and Red Blooded American Girl.
Scare Factor: Minimal. The ITC Korinna font used on the text can creep some out.
Warning: On a grey marble background, we see "WARNING" in red, with white text below.
Availability: Seen on Prism Entertainment releases up until 1996.
Scare Factor: None.