(Verb) To apply a style that is very reflective of post-modern self-awareness in pop culture. Often employing heavy satirical humor and subtle reference to other works. A technique perfected by Edgar Wright in the first two installments of his "Blood and Ice Cream Trilogy" ("Shaun of the Dead" and "Hot Fuzz") with its name taken from his "Scott Pilgrim vs. The World."
In twenty years, film historians will still be debating weather or not "Kick-Ass" successfully Pilgrimized superhero films.
There is no denying that "Hot Fuzz" Pilgrimizes action movies in a nigh flawless manner.