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Renegado’s 50th Episode Special: For a Few Reviews More
on Sunday, February 17, 2013
In this Very Special Episode, the Renegado bares his soul about Mexican stereotypes to a bartender (played by our own Horror Guru) who clearly has the driest glasses this side of the Mississippi. Meanwhile, he reviews a movie, and you'll never guess which one! (Seriously, you'll never guess.) And if that's not enough for you, every reviewer who's ever asked him for a cameo is called upon to return the favor, including Obscurus Lupa, Joshua the Anarchist, the Cinema Slob, Full of Questions, Some Jerk with a Camera, Mr. Mendo, Sofie Liv, and many, many more!
The Crime of Father Amaro (2002)
A young priest is sent to a church in a small town. His arrival sets off a chain reaction of thorny politics, sexual relationships, and betrayal, after he falls in love with an underage girl. Renegado dives in to find out if the controversy is enough to make the film worth watching.Chinango (2009)
Renegado takes a look at Chinango, allegedly the first Latin American martial arts movie ever made. Filmed in Mexico in 2006, and not released until 2009, Renegado finds out if this movie measures up with other entries in the martial arts genre, or if he has another Undefeatable on his hands.Timecrimes (2007)
“We’re really only seeing a woman being forced to strip naked in the woods because the writer wanted to see a woman forced to strip naked in the woods.”El Santos vs. La Tetona Mendoza (2012)
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!Casa de Mi Padre (2012)
Get ready for some forced silliness! Casa de Mi Padre stars Will Ferrell in a role that requires him to speak perfect Spanish, and it's as stupid as you think it is.Alyas Batman en Robin: Filipino Batman and Robin (1991)
The Renegado teams up with Sofie Liv and Mr. Mendo to become the ultimate reviewing super team: The Agony Anarchists! Can this brand-new team survive their first mission: a two-hour hour long, tedious Batman and Robin parody musical made in the Philippines? You read that right: a Batman musical.
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