Tron: Legacy (2011)
The opening titles are a play and modernisation of the film's original and the piercing blue colour remains.
Six Feet Under (2001)
The opening typography is bleak and crisp and very much reiterates the sentiment of the program and the dark, sombre world of death that it revolves around.
The Sopranos (1999)
The Typography used in the opening credits is very simple and clean. This culminates in the final typography, The Sopranos which is much larger and more detailed. The "R" is replaced with a gun in keeping with the show's running theme.
The typography is eerie and emerges mysteriously on to the screen in this horror film.
The Man With The Golden Arm (1955)
The typography is eclectic and disjointed, not flowing on a straight level but slightly crooked.
Panic Room (1980)
The typography reads like the cover of a best selling book. The words are cleverly pasted into the make up of the buildings.
Dorian Gray (2009)
The titles fade in and out on screen creating a mysterious effect as in the movie.
True Blood (2008)
The typeography is simple, white and almost childlike and pops up sporadically on the screen. This culminates in 'True Blood' in the same bold white lettering but distorted as it seemingly floats on blood. The opening titles make the play of contrasting innocence and menace, much like the show.
Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events (2004)
Not opening titles, as such, but the end credits to Lemony Snicket deserve to be included for its brilliant use of papercraft-style motion graphics.