You kids these days. You think you're all cutting edge with your trailer mash-ups, and your Brokeback-ing of Back to the Future, and Jaws, and everything else under the sun. But what do you know, anyway? Why, way back in the 1980s people were doing the same thing - and they had to do it on videotape! In the snow! Uphill, both ways! You punks have it so easy, with your editing software and downloading and whatnot. You don't know what it is to suffer for your art.

Honestly, it's almost impossible to imagine how long it took in 1987 to make a nine-minute mash-up of anything, let alone things as mismatched as Winnie the Pooh and Apocalypse Now, but I'm awfully glad someone was willing to do it. Though the opening is way, way too long and makes you reach desperately for your tracking knob, once Apocalypse Pooh gets going, it's truly incredible. Just go watch it.

[via BoingBoing]