9 Thoughts on “Corroborative Evidence

  1. turff on April 23, 2009 at 7:26 am said:

    Can you say, “Film Festival”?

    I knew you could.

  2. If we were to show this particular offering at a film festival, I’m afraid we’d be forced to ritually cleanse the entire theater space afterward, preferably through burning.

  3. I’m thinking that not even entheogenesis would improve its chances.

  4. turff on April 23, 2009 at 8:41 am said:

    But c’mon guys. The mule has bling! That’s FUNNY! And Kevin Sorbo. What more could you ask for?

  5. Inspired, no doubt, by Bresson’s Au Hasard Balthasaar. Yes, there is one legitimate masterpiece of cinema about a mule. “There need to be more really great films about mules. I miss Francis. Balthasaar dies without saying a word.”

  6. If we view this film, perhaps then we should view the original Francis the Talking Mule (Donald O’Connor and Chill Wills) and finish with the Bresson (a cinematic and spiritual ritual cleansing). Or work backwards with a cleansing and then the layering on of…filth, chuckling all the way.

  7. I would have to be assured that Kevin Sorbo takes his shirt off at least once.

  8. Mr. Ed gets absolutely no love. And, yes, Mr. Ed is ALWAYS nude, because that’s how he rolls. A horse is a horse, of course.

  9. Terry on April 30, 2009 at 3:01 pm said:

    Could this be the very mule that Neal Horsley screwed?

    “…the Georgia Creator’s Rights Party candidate for governor, Neal Horsley, who is running on the secessionist platform. During the course of my research, I stumbled upon the fact that Horsley had screwed a mule.”

    And to make matters worse this guy is head quartered in Carrollton, where I live. In fact my wife drives by his office head quarters everyday on her way to work.

    “You Can Mail A Donation To: Neal Horsley, PO Box 1081, Carrollton, Ga 30116”

    Just in case you are interested.

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