1994-1996Warning: Same as the 1978-2004 Warner Home Video warning.
Availability: Rare. Seen on the VHS of Trapped.
Scare Factor: Like most warnings in this format, low to medium.
Warning: Almost the same as the 1978-2004 Warner Home Video Warning Screen, except the FBI text/logo and seal is removed, leaving just the white square, with the word "WARNING" "blinks" on and off. Then, three seconds later, the black warning text in a different font appears below "WARNING". Also the same as the 1982-1990 FHE/USA/Vidmark/IVE/Live/Avid/Trimark/Artisan/Lionsgate Warning Screen.
Variant: Some releases have the text in a different font.
FX/SFX: The word "WARNING" blinking and the text appearing.
Availability: Rare. Seen on the VHS of Red Ink.
Scare Factor: Medium, the silence and flashing word can scare some.
1997-2004 (Maverick eras)
Warning: Same as the 1997-1999 and 1999-present Maverick Entertainment warning.
Variant: Two different variants were respectively introduced in 1997 and 1999.
Availability: Same as the last warning.
Scare Factor: Minimal for the 1997 variant and low for the 1999 variant.
Warning: Same as the 1997, 1999-2007 Pioneer/Geneon Entertainment warning.
Variant: On later releases, the word "FBI" is bold while the warning text is altered.
Cheesy Factor: Off the charts. The whole thing feels cheap, looking like it was done in MS Paint in a few minutes, and "FBI" and the seal look cheaply pasted into the picture.
Availability: Rare. Seen on the VHS of Nikita Blues.
Scare Factor: Minimal. The awkward-looking "FBI" text may surprise some, especially those who were previously freaked out by the 4th Hanna-Barbera Home Video warning.