First Impressions: Iconic Title Sequences In Film & TV
Title sequences have a practical function, sure. They convey the whos, wheres and whens of a production while segueing into the story. They are also the first impression, the opportune moment to set up the tone of a film or show. Through music, imagery, and written or spoken dialogue, title sequences can be the most artistically influenced aspect of a production. Though not always true, title sequences can even be the best part of a show or movie that is otherwise full of overplayed clichés and unoriginal storylines. At Word of Mouth, we searched and sifted for those iconic title sequences we thought packed that extra artistic punch. While most correlate to the quality and success of the production as a whole, others, well, others might not.
Check out some of our favorite film and TV title sequences below. Yours didn't make the list? Share it on Facebook!
The Pink Panther, 1963
The Shining, 1980
Dr. No, 1962
Orange is the New Black, 2013
The Walking Dead, 2010
The Twilight Zone, 1964
True Detective [slightly NSFW], 2014
The Big Bang Theory, 2007