Embassy released seven more films in 1980, none of which were overly impressive (though the amount of Canadian tax shelter content does make me smile) but they were solid enough at times. Honestly don't have much to say about most of them but they have some pretty nice posters!
cheesy sequel some time back and I have to say this might be worse simply because it's just a trashy Death Wish cash-in whereas the sequel at least is fun.
at length so let's just cut to the chase and say it's really, really damn good.
elsewhere on the site. John Carpenter and Kurt Russell always make for a good combo.
Embassy ended 1981 with a 90 million dollar profit and while Robert Rehme ended up leaving at the end of the year, he nevertheless made a solid contribution. Embassy's days would be numbered after 1981 but they will always have this year and the one before to talk about.
Coming soon (honest): Farewell Embassy, Hello Dino!