10 Mel Gibson rage recording remixes

LOS ANGELES, CA - JANUARY 28: Mel Gibson particiaptes in a Q&A at the Australians In Film screening of 'Edge Of Darkness' held at the Landmark Theatre on January 28, 2010 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Toby Canham/Getty Images)

Radar Online continues to put out recording after recording of Mel Gibson spewing every ridiculous, hate-filled and all-around insane thing imaginable at the mother of his child, former girlfriend Oksana Grigorieva. It’s absolutely dumbfounding, but Tiger Woods now has a valid reason to say, “At least I’m not that guy!”

In a previous post we re-examined some of the movies Gibson starred in, renaming them for the sake of revisionist history.  (For example: Turd On a Wire.)  We also delved into the arguments for and against these recordings getting released to the public.  Despite the ethical questions surrounding the recordings,  the public now has them and they are doing just what you would expect the public to do: remixing the rants in every way imaginable and posting them on YouTube!

Here for your review, dismay and pleasure are a sampling of 10 Mel Gibson rage recording remixes.  These are in no particular order but if I had to pick a favorite it would be the real life marmot reaction.  Just in case you haven’t actually heard these recordings they are peppered with just about every adult word and phrase in the English lexicon.

Christian Bale and Mel in a rant-off:

Drew Barrymore receives a call from Mel in Scream:

Liam Neesen receives a call from Mel in Taken:

Dora The Explorer gets a phone call from Mel:

Lindsay Lohan trial comments meshed with Mel:

LeBron leaving Cleveland interview gets a fan call from Mel:

A marmot reacts to Mel’s rant in real time footage:

Lil John remix for “What Ya Gonna Do” featuring Mel:

A great Mel dance mix:

Mel rant played backwards.  At 0:51 it sounds like he says, “I’ll throw your lizard in the hatchback:”

This whole situation involving Gibson and his ex-girlfriend and mother of his child Grigorieva is a circus.  There are some serious issues at play here including the possibility of domestic violence and deep-seeded racism.  For better or for worse this is going to play out in front of all of us.  As for Gibson it is patently clear that it’s the latter.

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