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Warning: This video is in Spanish with English subtitles! Renegado plays the notoriously awful Atari 2600 game E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial (unsold cartridges of which are allegedly filling up a New Mexico landfill), which gets him really angry, until he realizes how stupid it is to get worked up over a video game.
It's the 5th of May, and everybody and their mothers keep calling the Renegado because they think it's the most important holiday to Mexicans. To put a stop to it, he presents this video where he looks at the history of Cinco de Mayo and puts the holiday in its proper context.
Renegado teams up with The Wire to try to make sense of Rob Schneider's latest terrible attempt at a sitcom. ¡Rob! (yes, it's written like that) is about an architect who marries into a tightly-knit Mexican-American family, and the worst part about it is they dragged Cheech Marin and Eugenio Derbez into this! That, and it's insufferably racist. So yeah, just like any other sitcom.
This review is in Spanish with English subtitles! The Renegado looks at "Cybertron", the forgotten, rejected original pilot for VR Troopers, starring Jason David Frank, AKA the Green Ranger, as Adam Steele, a guy who merges with a cyborg in footage recycled from the Japanese series Choujinki Metalder.
Renegado wants to build his own giant robot, so he sneaks into a giant robot building facility, of course, and takes a look at a movie with similar themes. Features appearances from Cecil from Good Bad Flicks, and a robot with a chainsaw penis!
Renegado takes a break from his usual format with a music review! In this case, he talks about a little-known song from the '90s that may or may not have had its own dance craze. And somehow, he convinces several of his fellow Agony Booth reviewers to dance the Macarena for him. On camera.
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.
NOTE: This review is in Spanish with English subtitles. In 2011, Eddie Murphy signed on to voice Hong Kong Phooey, based on the cartoon about a dog who knows kung fu, but the project fell through. The same director was working on a Marvin the Martian film which also never happened, and now he's leaked footage from both projects to show us how we dodged two bullets!
In this Very Special Episode, the Renegado bares his soul about Mexican stereotypes, does a surprise movie review, and includes more cameos than anyone ever thought possible!
The Renegado ain't afraid of no underrated movies! In this special series of short reviews, he covers movies that he doesn't have a lot to say about, but he can tell you why he likes them (or dislikes them). First up, he explains why Ghostbusters II is underrated!
While you wait for Renegado's upcoming 50th episode spectacular, here's another crossover special! Renegado's home is invaded by two unexpected guests: Stephan and a cartoon ball named Nootrac (get it?). To kill time until they figure out just what the heck happened, they review The Road To El Dorado, the movie that killed DreamWorks 2-D animation.
It's Film Renegado's second anniversary! And what better way to celebrate than with more Danny Trejo? This is... Machete!
Remember Epic Beard Man? Well, it turns out they made a movie about him. That's right, somebody's cell phone video of two guys fighting on a bus has been made into a movie... starring Danny Trejo. No, really.
To celebrate the winter solstice, and the end of... disaster movies set in 2012, the Renegado counts down the 5 least awful movies based on a total misunderstanding of the Mayan calendar.
Together, the two luchadores battle the Mexican Dracula, vampire women, the Wolfman, a cyclops, the Mummy, and the Frankenstein monster. It's cheesy, ridiculous fun. In other words, a Santo film.
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