Feature Presentation Tournament: Final Four


Here we go, it’s the big tomata!  After weeks of furious voting we have separated the wheat from the chaff and are rolling into the final four of our Feature Presentation Tournament.  Each region is represented well as we have the solid contenders as well as a few surprises busting it’s way to this last week of battling.  Which type of feature presentation do you like?  Which one from each type is heads above the rest?  It’s your turn to vote, but first, let’s check out our Final Four. Continue reading Feature Presentation Tournament: Final Four

Feature Presentation Tournament: Cable Region Winner!


It’s the final region’s results for the Feature Presentation Tournament.  So who won?  It’s the HBO play in winner,  HBO – Classic 1987 Feature Presentation Intro!  This scrappy fella beat the big boys again and now puts its stamp as the best feature presentation bumper for the Cable Television Region!  The results were brutal so check them out here.   Now it’s on the the final four!


Feature Presentation Tournament: Cable Television Region


The final week of the regionals have come upon us and we are plowing straight into the Cable Television part of the Feature Presentaion Tournament.  We had an upset in the HBO Play In and now it looks to compete with mostly pay for cable television stations.  Yeah TCM is up in the mix but it’s only half pay for.  At least until we go full a la carte or just free across the board.  It’ll be awhile before that happens but this region is happening now:

SHOWTIME promos feature presentation


It’s kind of an 80s feel with the clips and then it rolls into more of a 90s feel with the graphics and the music.  It’s a good mix of kitschy playfulness and uber professionalism.  The only thing that lacks a bit is the music.  The music starts out cool but then it goes off in some kind of cheesy school ground sound.  But hey, it finds that middle ground.

TCM Feature Presentation


This feature presentation looks like it’s a feature presentation that actually had feature presentation in the title.  Notwithstanding, this little ditty features the biggest build up we’ve seen all tournament.  But once it hits, we get the full fanfare and a faux movie theater complete with spinning spotlights.  This one is all about the long play and payoff folks.

Cinemax Intro


Cinemax wasn’t going to be outdone by the other channels period piece of a feature presentation.  By period we mean the 1980’s, not the 1880’s, and more like the late 80’s at that.  The graphics display a style no longer seen today.   The music is super generic and gets the point across.  The palette spelling out Cinemax Movie is a real nice touch.

HBO – Classic 1987 Feature Presentation Intro


Yes, it had the major upset in the HBO Play In, now it’s on to see if it beats the other cable television networks.  The music stands out the best across the competition.  What can we say?  We love the hard rocking guitar.  It’s not classical like the other entries, but it has a style we don’t see much in this region.  That said, the graphics are a bit too lazery, aren’t they?

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There you have it, folks.  We got some strong competition rounding out the cable television region.  Get your votes on and get it going strong as well.  We’ll have one more final four once y’all pick a winner.   Watch the clips, read the reviews, and click away!

Feature Presentation Tournament: Movie Theater Region Winner


This week we have yet another winner at the ole Feature Presentation Tournament bracket.  This time it comes from the Movie Theater region.  The AMC Theatres Feature Presentation Trailer (2003) blew up the AMC Play In and now it’s going on to the final four.  Really, it’s all about the class and playfulness and frankly the other ones just didn’t have the charm.  Check out the results here.  Tune in later as we hit up the final region before the final four busts through.


Feature Presentation Tournament: Movie Theater Region


Welcome back to the Feature Presentation Tournament!  We find ourselves in the movie theater region this week.  The AMC Play In went without a hitch and that film strip guy is back trying to battle his way into the final four.  He’ll have some tough competition with other theaters vying for the regional crown.  Let’s do this! Continue reading Feature Presentation Tournament: Movie Theater Region

Feature Presentation Tournament: Movie Studio Region Winner


Next up in the Feature Presentation Tournament is the winner for the Movie Studio Region!  It was a tough battle but somehow the 20th Century Fox Intro Full-HD 1080p bumper came out on top!  It’s classic.  It’s iconic.  It beat the Evil Corp that is Disney.  It’s going on to the Final Four of the tournament.  Check out the results here.  Stay tuned as the next round it coming up.


Feature Presentation Tournament: Movie Studio Region


This week’s region takes us back to the movie studios.   After theaters tout their stuff, you usually get movie studios doing the same thing.  There’s a grand history of movie studio fanfare and we feel like we captured all the right candidates.  The bad boys of the studios, Disney, are back but they have some stiff competition.  Let’s take a look: Continue reading Feature Presentation Tournament: Movie Studio Region

Feature Presentation Tournament: Wild Card Region Winner


Here we go, it’s the first team to reach the final four of the feature presentation tournament!  Who is it you ask?  Why the one that Quentin Tarantino himself popularized!  Yes, Our Feature Presentation is moving on.  Why you ask?  Because it’s still being played in theaters like the Alamo Drafthouse.  What other feature presentation bumper in this tournament has the same longevity?  Check out the result(s) and let us know what you think in the comments below.


Feature Presentation Tournament: HBO Play In Winner!


We have a winner in the HBO Play In and it’s a major upset!  The HBO – Classic 1987 Feature Presentation Intro made it out alive in the bracket.  The old early 80’s feature presentation was a clear favorite and an almost certain shoe in to advance.  It seems the votes came strong for the rocking guitar instead of the orchestration provided in the favorite.  Now personally, I would’ve gone with the old 80’s version since it started the whole tournament.  The people have spoken (and may have gamed the votes).  That’s democracy for ya, so 1987 moves forward!