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If you haven’t got around to watching the Keanu Reeves hit man action thriller John Wick, (or the new trailer for John Wick: Chapter 2) cult fav about an assassin coming out of retirement to avenge his beloved dog who gets killed, then this won’t be quite as funny. But it’s still worth watching.

For those who have seen the movie, then prepare to laugh very hard indeed at this completely pointless but hilarious re-edit. It sees Keanu killing bad guys as he does in the film, but with their dying cries of anguish replaced with Michael Jackson grunts and high-pitched vocals.

The scene featured is at the beginning of the movie, when the goons attack John Wick at night in his home.

You’ll probably thinking why add such a bizarre score to the film. Well, there is no rhyme or reason to do this and it’s far funnier than it has any right to be, but you’ll be glad YouTuber Dean Wyatt took the time out of his life to do it. Because it’s highly entertaining.

“I was working on a completely separate project to do with The Weeknd and whilst I was sourcing Michael Jackson grunts (don’t ask) this idea came straight to me,” Wyatt said on YouTube about how it came about. “Originally I was going to just replace the gunshots but the grunts went too well with everything.“

Have a watch above. Meanwhile, the sequel to the film, John Wick: Chapter 2, is out next month and takes place not long after the first film. You can check out the trailer, minus any Michael Jackson grunts sadly, below.

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