Parents Turn Their Daughter’s Little Tikes Car Into a Fiery Machines for Mad Max Junior
If you left Mad Max: Fury Road wishing you were the hero and excellent driver in a post-apocalyptic wasteland, you weren’t alone. Writer/director Ian Pfaff turned his kid’s Little Tikes Cozy Coupe toy car in a decked out Mad Max machine with an action-packed trailer to boot.
The description reads, “My wife and I turned a couple of Little Tykes cars into Mad Max Mobiles for our kids. With the help of some friends we took the cars and kids out to the desert to make this ‘family home video.'” Man, forget the subway I’m going to start commuting in one of those tiny death machines. Their daughter Junior even has her own license plate!
There’s chases, heartfelt flashbacks, and how is this only 1:43 seconds? The premise is familiar: Her family was stolen from her and she’s going to get them back. “The post-apocalypse is no place for baby,” says the narration. We agree, but if there must be a baby the Pfaff babies make pretty great heroes in this lawless wasteland.
“Get ready for the family reunion at the end of the world.” What did you think about Pfaff’s video?
(via Laughing Squid, image: screencap)
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