Watch a John Wick Fight Scene That’s Voiced By Michael Jackson

Those motherfuckers started somethin’ when they killed John Wick’s dog. It was too high to get over, too low to get under and the pain is going to be thunder. Don’t fuck with the dog.

John Wick has quickly become a minor action movie classic and the sequel is on its way. With its silly dog-revenge plot, killer Keanu Reeves performance and solid old-school fight scenes, the movie was a breath of fresh air. Now, you can check out one of the film’s best fight sequences with a little more air in the soundtrack—plus some “hee” “woo” “pah” and every other noise that Michael Jackson trademarked.

The video embedded above takes a scene of Wick’s house being invaded by henchmen and uses raw audio from Michael to give us an idea of what it’d be like to see the King of Pop kicking some major ass. Turns out it’d be pretty cool.

When videos like this are done right—for instance, David Bowie and Mick Jagger’s silent “Dancing in the Street”—it simultaneously focuses your attention on how the visuals work and how important the sound is in creating an illusion of reality. It’s also just funny as fuck.

Check it out above. John Wick: Chapter 2 hits theaters on February 10th.


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