Much to Trunick’s happy surprise, there were many more people who shared the same love of the action-packed, ninja-star throwing Cannon Films than he imagined.
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‘The Go-Go Boys: The Inside Story of Cannon Films’ Blu-Ray: The Conskipper Review
If you grew up in the 1980s, the silver and gunmetal blue Cannon logo was one that you saw on the screen quiet often. You probably saw it even more frequently if the movies that you paid to see were about break dancing, ninjas, or vigilantes. Cannon became the studio synonymous with B-movies (like AIP before them) in the “Me Decade” that were made on shoe-string budgets that pleased the hungry action and exploitation fans of the era.
‘The Cannon Film Guide Volume I: 1980-1984’: The Conskipper Review
Writer Austin Trunick’s celebration of the Cannon Films catalog in his new book The Cannon Film Guide Volume I: 1980-1984 captures the zeitgeist of this bygone era when viewers would be treated to a new low budget, high entertainment feature film nearly every weekend of the year.