In Dennis Dugan‘s Happy Gilmore (1996), Adam Sandler plays a rejected hockey player who puts his skills to the golf course to save his grandmother’s house. The comedy comes from Sandler’s performance as the film’s title character, a madman with a temper problem who just wants the ball to go in the hole. He’s constantly challenged by his peers, including super-asshole, Shooter McGavin (Christopher McDonald).

Someone over at Funny or Die recognized how bizarre it was for the protagonist to be such a hot-head, and flipped the roles between Happy and Shooter. The result is absolutely perfect. In the below faux trailer, Shooter is the protagonist who is fearing Happy’s methodical plot for murder. There are moments from the film that lend itself beautifully to this reworking. check it out below.