Tuesday, October 28, 2014

10 Mexi-Trash Trailers to watch Over & Over: Action! Laughs! Women!

The trailers are back and they're not going anywhere whatsoever. Here's 10 that I been holding off for a while now! I got more to go, but I'll save those for another time. Enjoy!

Apuesta Contra La Muerte (1989)

Seen this on De Pelicula a couple years back. Not bad, but not great. The trailer makes it look great though.



Grupo Tactico Especial (1993)
This movie looks awesome. Need to see!




Pasajero Sin Destino (199-)
Seen this one and its kinda slow. The story is interesting though.



El Angel Guardian Del Barrio (1993)
Sergio Goyri is a brutal guardian angel for a rough neighborhood. Perfect.





Operacion Jaguar (1990)
This one looks a lot of fun and those jungle girls are hot too! Ah!




Los Gatos De Las Azoteas (1988)
Luis De Alba wearing weird shirts and banging attractive women. He's lived a great life.





Los Cuates Del Pirruris (1990)
Luis De Alba wears cheap wigs, weird costumes and caresses Felicia Mercado. What a great life he's lived.





Las Borrachas (1989)
Drunken art at its finest.




El Fiscal Del Hierro 3 (1992)
I only seen the first movie, but man do these sequels look cool! Especially part 3. Epic stuff right here.




Los Verduleros 3 (1992)
This trailer pretty much gives away the ending of the movie. Then again, it was like watching the entire movie but rolled up in a 3 minute clip.


Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Them Trashy Mexi Trailers are coming back.

So a couple weeks or so, I posted something where I said I wasn't going to upload anymore video material after the YouTube went down unexpectedly, but after some thinking and relaxing, I decided to start over again on Vimeo. So, trailers will resume there along with certain movie clips. Nothing will stop me from keeping it going. Nothing at all.

So, here's a couple of things I ripped from a DVD filled with trailers. I'll be ripping out the rest during the weekend and by Monday the 27th all these trailers from that DVD will be on the Vimeo page for your enjoyment. Plenty of trailers, too. Some that were on YouTube and some that never made it there. So this is exciting. Very.

Anyway, Enjoy! See ya Monday!




Like Father, Like Son.

Don Lamberto Quintero (Antonio Aguilar) is now being laid to rest after being gunned down by his enemies. All his associates and friends attend the burial. The most important person there however is Lamberto's son (played by Antonio's son Pepe Aguilar) whom too is named Lamberto. It turns out Lamberto kept his son in secrecy for security reasons. Now that the father is gone, its time for the son to take over the business. Lamberto Hijo (Jr.) is very young, but very smart. After the burial, he's already getting bullets shot at him, but luckily he fires back and has guards with him always.

Lamberto Hijo meets with his father's associates. They're not too keen on working for/with a young man, but Lamberto Hijo assures them that despite his age, he's still gonna run things exactly like his father did and more. As Lamberto Hijo prepares his father's business; he takes out all of his father's enemies that remained and the traitors that are out to take over the Quintero business. 



El Hijo De Lamberto Quintero (aka "Son of Lamberto Quintero") was an obvious attempt at boosting Pepe Aguilar's singing career. He was just starting out in the 90's and so a movie would clearly nab everyone's attention unto him since his legendary father was to accompany him in the movie & all. The movie turned out to be a success since he went on to become a popular musician and well-known through out Mexico and the United States. The movie itself is pretty good by the way (duh). It's actually even a little better than the first movie since it focused only on Lamberto Hijo's path to becoming a boss and remembering his father's advice. There's a few parts with Pepe Aguilar singing along with his dad, but they weren't out of range or anything. It was done right. It also has some really good action. Guns firing mostly, but coordinated perfectly. 

Best part of the movie is the last 10-15 minutes of the movie. A wedding is starting, Lamberto Hijo prepares to attend it in honor of his father, all while his associates prepare for a huge cutoff of the traitors among them. It was all edited beautifully with classical music playing. It pretty much ripped-off The Godfather baptism scene. We all remember that amazing scene, right? 


If the first movie left you with wanting more, then definitely watch the sequel. It's worth it. 6/10.