Mr. Mendo reviews Skyfall, the latest film in the James Bond franchise, starring Daniel Craig and Javier Bardem.
Author: Michael A. Novelli
Because Mendo isn’t enough of a glutton for punishment, he takes a look at one of the infamous Censored Eleven, a series of controversial Warner Bros. cartoons that are no longer available for mass consumption. This particular short addresses a subject that bothers Mendo to no end: the glorification of the military! And also, racism. That part’s pretty bad, too.
Mr. Mendo returns (thanks to his loyal and very awesome fans!), only to find out that the infamous Sailor Moon and Dragon Ball Z porn parody Sailor and the 7 Ballz has a sequel! With no Hagan to help him through it, it’s up to the Film Renegado to help make sense out of this… thing… p
It’s Mr. Mendo: The Lost Reviews! We’ve unearthed his unfinished review of Double Team, starring Jean-Claude Van Damme and Dennis Rodman. Watch as Mendo’s comrades help to piece together this rare artifact into something resembling an actual review.
Ursa reviews the movie, while Mendo unleashes a torrent of mindless self-indulgence, complete with cameos from Johnny Oldschool, the Unusual Suspect, Liam AKA Cheapus, Joey Tedesco as Dr. Rockso, a musical interlude from Full of Questions, and a special appearance by Robert Million as the Log Lady. Yes, all of this happens during the review. Honest to blog.
A completely unlicensed and unauthorized porn parody of Sailor Moon and Dragon Ball Z and lots of other anime, complete with horrible animation, cartoon jizz flying everywhere, the sailor girls growing cocks, and a plot too puerile for ten year old boys.
It’s time for another fanfic video! Hey kids, ever wanted to picture Mr. Mendo as the star of a furry murder-porn? No? Well, too damn bad!
Mendo reviews the (forgotten) sequel to the infamous Hobgoblins, and he’s joined by special guest Mikey Insanity, live and in-person. Yes, for once, Mendo’s guest is actually in the same room as him! Isn’t that nice?
It’s certainly not a bad movie, but the filmmakers way overcomplicated things, adding pointless political commentary and contrived twists, creating tons of plot holes to annoy Mr. Mendo. Here are his biggest nitpicks!
Mr. Mendo revisits his Forrest Gump review, one of his most-watched reviews ever, to provide behind-the-scenes insight into how and why it was made.
A transporter accident causes Kirk and Company to cross over into a parallel universe where Spock has a beard, and the crew of the Enterprise is evil and menacing. Meanwhile, a transporter accident in Mendo’s house leaves Mendo reviewing this episode with an evil and menacing version of special guest star Sofie Liv. But surely, that’s all just a coincidence.
A college student makes a vow of abstinence, and yet still falls prey to a porn producer (Rob Schneider) who plans to put her in his Girls Gone Wild-esque video. Watch as a bunch of no-name actors (including Schneider’s daughter, maybe?) go on a road trip to get the incriminating footage back.
Emma Stone is a White Savior character in 1960s Mississippi who writes a book about the black maids in town (Viola Davis, Octavia Spencer), which makes all the white people in town feel bad about racism. It also makes a buttload of money for Emma, while leaving the maids worse off then before. Whoops!
At long last, it’s the movie adaption of Ayn Rand’s Atlas Shrugged, now a Tea Partier’s wet dream! The VP of the country’s most important railroad and the owner of the country’s most important steel company join forces to save the economy and answer the burning question (and meme-before-memes-were-a-thing): Who is John Galt?
Mr. Mendo returns to one of his earliest episodes to provide behind-the-scenes insight into what made it so hilarious and successful! Or not. It’s the special bonus commentary track for his review of the Degrassi High episode “The All Nighter”!
It’s a special series where Mr. Mendo reads fan-fiction about him sent in by the fans! This episode features a story inspired by his Scott Pilgrim vs. the World review, wherein Mr. Mendo encounters Michael Cera, and all sorts of homoerotic, disgusting, violent events ensue. Seriously, this story is NSFW.
Mendo and special guest The Omega have a sleepover and review the strangely morose story of a unicorn who suddenly realizes she’s the last of her kind, and goes on a quest with a magician to find out what happened to the rest of her species. Along the way, she has to deal with an annoyingly meta butterfly, a three-boobed harpy, a talking wino skeleton, and Jeff Bridges’ singing!
Mr. Mendo brings us twice the insanity from 1978 Japan: First up, it’s the one and only movie starring singing duo Pink Lady, where they help an alien creature escape the circus, and teleport back to the Old West. After that, it’s the Japanese Spider-Man, who gets his powers from a guy from the planet Spider, along with his very own giant robot sidekick!
Mr. Mendo teams up with the Film Renegado, master of Mexican cinema, to review Atlético San Pancho, AKA Never Too Young to Dream, a Bad News Bears-style tribute to peewee soccer.
In this episode, Mr. Mendo goes to where few reviewers have gone and lived to tell about it, taking on The Beast of Yucca Flats, also known by its alternate title, Holy God, When Will It End?!? Unlike the other two films directed by Coleman Francis, this one’s got a sci-fi angle, where wrestler Tor Johnson survives an A-bomb test and becomes a mutant killer. But never fear, because it still has all the pointlessness and incompetence you’ve come to know and love from ol’ Coleman!