The Internet Is Losing Its Shit Over This Power Rangers Short.

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The Internet Is Losing Its Shit Over This Power Rangers Short.

Adi Shankar presents his latest bootleg, a darker vision of the Power Rangers directed by Joseph Kahn and starring James Van Der Beek and Katee Sackhoff.

Even if you don’t recognise the name you’ll know the work of indie producer Adi Shankar from his infamous Punisher short Dirty Laundry to the cult hit Dredd. Now he presents a gritty vision of the Power Rangers starring James Van Der Beek and Katee Sackhoff, and as expected the internet is losing it’s collective shit.

I’ll confess to being a little too old to appreciate The Mighty Morphing Power Rangers when they hit television screens the first time round and if I’m honest, I always found it kind of lame, but this is a vision I can get behind.

Here’s Adi explaining in his ubiquitous style a little about the project and then scroll down to join the rest of the net by losing your shit. Prepare to be amazed.


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