El Niño Films was a soft-core film company that made films from 1983 to 2005. It shows a child carrying a reel of film revealing upward to the center, then the cursive text "El Niño" writes up. The extra line of the "ñ" later attaches to the reel to represent the film. "FILMS", below "Niño", crawls down. Extremely rare. You can find it on Filipino adult films from the 1990's including Bukas
Logo Behavior Factor Edit
Go Home Early to Dead Meat. The logo and it's outdated effects, the Interglobal-like synth, and the weird sound can surprise viewers. Small children shouldn't be watching their movies, anyway.