The studio was short-lived and succumbed rather swiftly to bankruptcy, but it did manage to eke out an interesting slate of movies. Sort of.
the second film has, it's still better than this one), Raw Deal is an agreeably cheesy time waster but honestly, you're probably going to opt for something else if you're craving some old school Arnie. For an earlier take from me, click here.
My Favorite Era series and it's still one of the best junk food movies I have ever seen. Is it good? No, not especially. Do I wish Stephen King had directed at least one more time? Absolutely!
The next two, I honestly have nothing to talk about. By this point, DEG was beginning to look like a lost cause as a bad 1986 gave way to an even worse 1987, though there a few bright spots.
The latter part of 1987 was where the wheels really came off. DEG was losing money and the last year and a half or so would see one or two decent flicks buried with delays, poor reviews and even worse box office returns. Dino would end up resigning from the company in early 1988. honestly, not many of their films from this period are worth mentioning apart from a couple which I will highlight.
And that wraps it up for this series., Hope you enjoyed it.