Background: Barnholtz Entertainment is the production company of Barry Barnholtz. According to their Facebook page "Barnholtz Entertainment, Inc. is a North American distribution company which releases its acquisitions through Lionsgate, Cinedigm, Entertainment One".
Logo: On a space background, a yellow horse gallops along as it trails fire and a star moves in the background. A giant "B" shifts at a very fast pace going up and down with "arnholtz" in the same font as the "B" shifts as well, going left and right. As this happens, the flames fade out and the horse becomes inverted. The words stop shifting, forming "Barnholtz" in a cursive font and an "E" fades in below. More letters shift in to form "ENTERTAINMENT" below as a flare flies behind the text. The horse keeps galloping as we fade out.
FX/SFX: Everything, which looks very low budget.
Music/Sounds: The sounds of galloping and whooshes are heard throughout as the music is a choir changing to flute sounder at the end.
Availability: Rare. Seen on A Most Deadly Family, and Into This Air. It may have been seen on other movies too.
Editor's Note: The strange concept and music may scare some, but the low-budget animation would reduce it for some.
Logo: On a plain at night, we zoom up from the grass to find a horse standing next to a dead tree. Fog also seems to surround the area. The horse moves its head and grunts before looking at us from the distance. The view is suddenly changed to a close up of the horse's left eye by a very fast zoom in as a box encloses the area and changes the background to black. Smoke comes out where the horse's nostrils would be and "B A R N H O L T Z" in a white-grey gradient wipes in as "E N T E R T A I N M E N T" fades in below. The horse's eye blinks.
FX/SFX: The zoom in to the horse. More professional CGI than before.
Music/Sounds: The sounds of crickets and the horse with a whoosh when we zoom in.
Availability: Uncommon. Seen on Mutants and The Dog Who Saved Christmas.It may have been seen on other movies too.
Editor's Note: The sudden zooming in onto the horse's face is startling for some, but it's a better logo than the last.