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The Lego recreation of new and old pop-culture trends is increasingly becoming a pop culture trend in itself. Usually, something like this would earn the ire of people everywhere, but let's face it, there's just something about Lego-fied versions that we can't resist.

The latest of such would be the unofficial "Brick to the Future Part II," a fan-made video that recreates iconic scenes from the movie. In addition to the Lego characters from the 1985 American comic science fiction film directed by Robert Zemeckis, the video has some unforeseen, but nonetheless geeky cameos. Now here's another thing you can add to your "Back to the Future" party TV stream.

Watch the video, created by MonsieurCaron, below.

Did you spot the Scooby Doo crew in a flying Mystery Machine? What about Doctor Who, Nick Fury and Captain America's shield? Of course, the "Star Wars" fan in you probably already caught Luke Skywalker's lightsaber, which is perfect for the film's newest trailer.

The sightings are great, but what really takes us away is when Marty McFly and Doc Brown fly the Lego DeLorean into the future. Also, if you have an eye for detail, you would have noticed that the dashboard read 10-21-2015, also known as "Back to the Future" Day.

MonsieurCaron is a Lego filmmaker whose works include Lego recreations of "The Simpsons," "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles," "The Walking Dead" and "Ghostbusters." He also created the Montreal skyline in Lego, as well as a Lego tribute for teachers.

He describes his videos as "BrickFilms made with LEGO bricks, like the LEGO Movie, but with real bricks!"

"Back to the Future in Lego" was made using a Canon Rebel T3 Camera, DragonFrame and Adobe CS6.

MonsieurCaron, along with other cinematic gaming and animation video creators, will be at the Buffer Festival on Oct. 24 to showcase their best work.

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