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Mule Skinner Blues (2001)

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Beanie Andrew ...
Himself
Don Arrup ...
Satan Worshipper
Emily Brannen ...
Seductress (as Emily Brannon)
Holly Cavanaugh ...
Herself
Raymond Dagley ...
Himself
Matt Elefant ...
The Handsome Neck
Salvatore Froio ...
Suave Vampire
Lance Hallowell ...
Vampire Killer #2
Heidi Horst ...
Biting Vampiress
Miss Jeannie ...
Herself
Ray Lane ...
Himself
Roy Lane ...
Himself
Annabelle Lea Usher ...
Herself
Ricky Lix ...
Miss Jeannie's Doctor
Gleb Mikhalev ...
Young Boy
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All you need is a gorilla and a dream

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Rated R for brief language and sexual content/nudity
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13 June 2001 (USA)  »

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$2,553 (USA) (12 April 2002)

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$10,106 (USA) (3 May 2002)
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Beanie Andrew: If you fall in the mud, you might come back as a gorilla.
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"No gorillas were harmed in the making of this documentary. All scenes depicting violence to gorillas were simulated." See more »

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Features Evil Dead II (1987) See more »

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Crappy American Movie ripoff
12 February 2005 | by (Atlanta) – See all my reviews

I think everyone is used to watching Hollywood cannibalize itself. It's so predictable, it's amazing that no one out there seems to catch on. Isn't one definition of insanity doing the same thing over and over and always expecting different results? From 27 different Law And Orders to remaking the basic plot of "Halloween" 1000 times over, Hollywood will always find a way to ruin a good thing. Always. It's surprising, however, to see a documentary be such a blatant rip off of another (much better) movie. You'd think with the essentially limitless ideas one can come up with for a documentary, a filmmaker wouldn't have to (or want to) make a blueprint copy of another movie. Yet this movie is pretty much the exact same movie as American Movie. That is, except for the fact that you only catch lightning in the bottle once, and that came in the form of Mark Bourchardt. How those folks found this guy in Wisconsin that wanted to make a horror movie and actually decided to document it is amazing. Muleskinner Blues is pretty much a lame attempt to copy it, right down to the "movie premiere" with the local townsfolk looking on. Rent American Movie instead, for one of the funniest, and most ORIGINAL, documentaries you'll ever see.


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