“The Grand Overlook Hotel,” a mashup of Wes Anderson’s The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014) and Stanley Kubrick’s famous horror flick The Shining (1980), imagines a lodging where guests are lucky if they check out alive.
Filmmaker Steven Ramsden said he made the mashup because he thinks the directors “frame their shots in a similar way.”
Past viral spoofs imagine if Wes Anderson directed an X-Men movie or Forrest Gump, and have poked fun at how obsessed he appears to be with the colors red and yellow.
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