One of the single coolest aspects of Robert Rodriguez and Quentin Tarantino's 'Grindhouse' experience was all the mock trailers to ridiculous B-movies that never happened (but we wished were real). A trailer wasn't enough for Rodriguez, as he has turned 'Machete'-- the faux-'80s explosion-filled action flick starring Danny Trejo -- from fake trailer to real feature-length movie. And now the trailer for that movie is here. We know this is legitimate, because it features Robert DeNiro!

Trejo plays the title character, an ex-Federale -- who loves guns almost as much as he loves knives and women -- that is double-crossed and left for dead in an statewide Texas anti-immigration conspiracy. To fight back against corrupt politicians, hitmen, and a sword-wielding Steven Seagal, he loads up the weapons and gains help from Cheech Marin, Michelle Rodriguez and Jessica Alba.

One of the single coolest aspects of Robert Rodriguez and Quentin Tarantino's 'Grindhouse' experience was all the mock trailers to ridiculous B-movies that never happened (but we wished were real). A trailer wasn't enough for Rodriguez, as he has turned 'Machete'-- the faux-'80s explosion-filled action flick starring Danny Trejo -- from fake trailer to real feature-length movie. And now the trailer for that movie is here. We know this is legitimate, because it features Robert DeNiro!

Trejo plays the title character, an ex-Federale -- who loves guns almost as much as he loves knives and women -- that is double-crossed and left for dead in an statewide Texas anti-immigration conspiracy. To fight back against corrupt politicians, hitmen, and a sword-wielding Steven Seagal, he loads up the weapons and gains help from Cheech Marin, Michelle Rodriguez and Jessica Alba.

The trailer has a very special message attached to it, as it was delivered to Ain't It Cool News today, Cinco de Mayo, the day of Hispanic pride. More importantly, Rodriguez is calling this his "illegal" trailer, because the film's plot just happens to touch on the similar situation happening in Arizona right now, with its new, and very controversial, immigration reform.

Actually the film doesn't "touch on" the issue; a better phrase would be the film drives a Gatling gun-laced motorcycle into the face of the controversy. The over-the-top fun may seem like its just a simple revenge fantasy towards the heated, much-debated legislation. But after seeing Lindsay Lohan, dressed like a nun and brandishing a revolver in our faces, nothing seems impossible anymore.

WARNING: The trailer contains profanity, violence and excessive grizzled line-delivery.

(The trailer is no longer available on Youtube, but you can still watch it in all its glory at Ain't It Cool.)

'Machete' is co-directed by Rodriguez and his longtime editor Ethan Maniquis, and opens in theaters on Friday, Sept. 3.