Deadly Prey (1987, David A. Prior)
This film was, when i was about fifteen years old, without a shadow of a doubt the best film ever made in the whole of time. And it still is.
Mike Danton is an ex-commando hardman who is retired to a quiet suburban life. His day starts off quite normally, putting out the bins for his wife. But to be kidnapped by a gang of armed men, bundled into the back of a van, and released into the woods to be hunted down as a human target for a gang of wannabe mercenaries? Whilst putting out the bins? Nobody expects that.
Thankfully, our Mike hasn't forgotten his years of training to be a B-list Rambo, and proves to be quite a Hard Target for his enemies. He's no meek quarry: he is DEADLY PREY!!! Amongst such hilarious shenanigans as achieving invisibility by hiding up a tree draped in a couple of leaves, and slicing of a guy's arm with a machete and beating him with said sliced appendage (with the wet end), Danton tracks down the evil Colonel responsible for his ordeal, a Colonel who by the caprice of fate is the very man who trained him with these superb abilities to survive.
Another twist has Mike's father-in-law (played by sleaze veteran Cameron Mitchell), an ex-cop, try to track down Mike and the guys who snatched him.
Don't think about the plot too much, just pull on some cut-off denims, smear your face with muck like a commando as we did when young, and howl at the sky just like Mike Danton in the poster. We all have an inner Danton. Let him loose. I know mine. I trained him.
See also: Commando, Hard Target (but this is miles better than either)