A review of the Dragon Ball Z: The Legacy of Goku video game series for the Game Boy Advance.
Video Show: The Film Renegado
Coming to you from south of the border, it’s the Film Renegado! A civil engineer with a cinephile complex, the Film Renegado uses movies made in Mexico or by Mexican directors to share bits from his country’s culture, past and present. You will both learn and be entertained! How cool is that?
Renegado reviews the original, unaired pilot of Rebecca Sugar’s Steven Universe.
Renegado went to see the new Dragon Ball Z movie in the theaters and can still hardly process it. Here’s his quick review of the movie.
Renegado gets into the Halloween spirit by reviewing Twilight. But it’s not the Twilight you’re expecting…
Renegado reviews a video game that was actually made in Mexico! Not only that, it’s also inspired by one of the most popular and beloved Mexican comedy shows: El Chavo del Ocho.
Who says the world has enough grown-up dorks talking about Power Rangers? Renegado begins a new series of recaps focused on the show’s latest seasons: Megaforce and Super Megaforce. Will he survive until the end? Watch and find out!
Renegado found a terrible remake in the Walmart bargain bin, but before he can review it, he has to talk about the original: Coming from Australia, this is Marco Polo Junior Versus the Red Dragon.
Don’t worry, this video isn’t spam. Neither is the movie, as far as the Renegado can tell…
Our reviewers have seen the newest Marvel movie. Has it exceeded expectations? Find out in these videos!
Zorro de Mayo comes to a close (two months later) as Sofie Liv joins Renegado to review a cartoon show about a future (all the way in the year 2015!) descendant of Zorro who fights for justice while riding a motorcycle instead of a horse. And did we mention his high-tech gadgets, which include a Z-Pod and a Z-Phone? No, really.
Renegado takes a look at the pilot that started the huge phenomenon that is Adventure Time. Get ready for an insane trip… literally!
Zorro de Mayo goes Japanese with the first and probably only anime based on Zorro. Also, the main character is blonde!
Zorro de Mayo continues as Renegado takes a look at the different adaptations of the character in animated form. In part 1, he’s covering The New Adventures of Zorro (1981) and The New Adventures of Zorro (1997). Wait… What?
The King of the Monsters is back, this time under the wing of Gareth Edwards, known for his other critically acclaimed movie about giant monsters. Is this finally a worthy adaptation of Gojira? Or is it worse than Roland Emmerich’s disaster?
Welcome to Zorro De Mayo, an entire month dedicated to the Spanish swashbuckler! In this first video, Renegado takes a look at the follow-up to The Mask of Zorro, which is a sequel that probably shouldn’t have been made.
Renegado has seen the sequel to the reboot of the Spider-Man franchise, despite not having watched the first one. Did avoiding the tired origin story make watching this movie more enjoyable? Watch the review and find out!
Danny Trejo returns as the Epic Beard Guy, but this time, there’s no memes to save him, so he enlists the help of Bernie (Danny Glover) to take down an evil drug cabal. Explosions, action, and old people pretending to be bad asses, it’s Dannytastic!
From the minds of newspaper comic writers comes a bizarre animated adventure starring pretty much every Mexican talent in existance, including the Bichir Brothers, Cheech Marin… and Guillermo Del Toro! Also, stick around until the end for a song featuring lots of cameos, including the whole staff from the Agony Booth!
It instantly became a cult classic on social media, and now there’s not a single person on the Internet who hasn’t talked about this movie. But since some people are still on the fence about watching it, what the hell, here’s a review!
Join Renegado and Obscurus Lupa as they delve into a Chupacabra “movie” with a plot that has nothing to do with a Chupacabra. But it does have a stupid fucking twist!