The internet is past the point of just enjoying the new trailer for Star Wars: The Force Awakens for what it is and well into fan-edit territory. We've already seen a music-only version, a supercut of every trailer put together, Han Solo's flashback, and reactions from the movie's stars and some Disney characters, too.
Editor Anthony Dash has added to the fun by recutting the trailer to make it look like an action movie from the 1980s, and it turned out great. I love this aesthetic, and that narration calls to mind a type of marketing style that's sadly faded away over the past few decades. Check out Dash's version of the trailer below: