One of the beauties of YouTube and having inexpensive movie editing software is the ability for users to create super-cuts of multiple movies (we've seen plenty of those), but also take existing movies and re-spin or re-cut them to look like a different genre.
One such re-cut making its way around the InterWebs is this one from Stephan Bouley, in which the 1975 comedy "Monty Python and the Holy Grail" is re-cut to appear more like a summer action blockbuster thriller, rather than a silly comedy.
It's crazy fun to see these re-imagined trailers, and The Nerdist has compiled a list of its 10 favorite re-cuts, including "Jaws as a Disney movie", "Back to the Future as a horror/thriller" and "The Ten Commandments as a teen comedy." The more opposite the original movie is to the re-cut genre, the better the re-cut becomes (comedies that become horror, and vice versa). There's definitely an art to this style.
What's your favorite?
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