The story of Cannon Films is told in an excellent documentary, that’s now been made available to watch for free.

Those of us of a certain vintage will fondly remember the era of Cannon Films, and the slate of movies that it was responsible for particularly in the 1980s. Films such as Superman IV: The Quest For Peace, Masters Of The Universe, Over The Top, Bloodsport and The Delta Force all came to life in large part because of Cannon.

The story of the company is as watchable as any of its films too, and that’s thoroughly proven in director Mark Hartley’s excellent documentary, Electric Boogaloo: The Wild, Untold Story Of Cannon Films.

What’s more, if you’ve missed the film, in response to the current lockdown many of us are living through, Hartley has now made his movie available to watch free of charge. It’s a terrific gesture, and you can find the film right here.

Do check it out if you haven’t had a chance…

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