If you're a fan of putting Star Wars: The Force Awakens antagonist Kylo Ren in usual cultural situations, like casting him as an angsty emo kid on the Emo Kylo Ren Twitter parody account, or as an angsty emo full-grown man on Undercover Boss, you're probably going to want to get behind the latest Kylo Ren-related craze. No, it's not putting him in the best version of the music video to "My Immortal" (or any Evanescence music video, really), but mixing and matching the Sith wannabe some of your favorite movie scenes over the past few decades in the video mashup "Kylo Ren TV."

Created by YouTuber Dane Boedigheimer, aka Daneboe, whose best known work is the Cartoon Network show and game franchise The High Fructose Adventures of Annoying Orange, the video strings together a number of iconic scenes and stealers, mixing genres along the way and casting the son of Han and Leia as the protagonist for each and every one. You want to see Kylo Ren recite Ezekiel 25:17 in Quentin Taraninto's Pulp Fiction? How about Kylo as testing out his Dolorean-inspired time machine as Doc Brown in Back to the Future? An ax-happy Jack Torrance in The Shining? A Kylo Ron Burgundy? Check, check, you got it, check.

The kicker? A send-up of The Terminator 2 with a masked Kylo Ren as the titular cyborg assassin, with a carbonite-frozen Han Solo as T-1000 during the famous "hasta la vista, baby!" scene we all know and love. I'm sure you can guess what happens next.

In case you were wondering, the iterations of Kylo in each scene all come complete with his patented black helmet and a voice change that only Batman could love. In all honesty, the integration of Kylo's helmeted visage in the film sequence blends in pretty seamlessly - even the look of Doc's whispy white hair or Ron Burgundy's quintessential coif growing out of Ben Solo's sheeny black head protector looked almost natural, and definitely flawless.

Check out the Kylo Ren video mashup in the clip below. "Heeeeere's Kylo!"


Source: YouTube

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