Wes Anderson is a common subject in the mash-up world. He’s got a distinct style that’s easily recognizable, but I’ve yet to see someone so seamlessly meld two movies that are so seemingly different stylistically. Editor Steve Ramsden has created a flawless amalgamation of Stanley Kubrick’s The Shining and Wes Anderson’s The Grand Budapest Hotel, highlighting some of the similarities these directors’ shots have.

If you liked that, check out this recreation of the opening of Forrest Gump as if done by Wes Anderson.