Whovians have paid tribute to the British sci-fi series "Doctor Who" by making their own fan films for decades. The iconic show has been re-imagined as a cartoon, as anime, and even as a musical mashup with Sherlock. So why not as a Japanese sci-fi superhero show? London-based filmmaker Joshua Kahan pays tribute to the older "Doctor Who" series from the 1970s and '80s as well as the live-action Japanese sci-fi genre known as Tokusatsu in his video, "Japanese Doctor Who." The video, which he shot in 4:3 aspect ratio to give the video a vintage appearance, features a suave-looking Time Lord, an angry Dalek with legs called Dalekor, and his Cybermen henchmen. The sound design includes sampling from various episodes of retro Tokusatsu shows "Kamen Rider X" and"Supaidaman" (Japanese Spider-Man). Any Whovian worth their sonic screwdrivers know that the Cybermen are not supposed to be working for the Daleks, but in this parody they have teamed up to rid the universe of the Doctor. "I approached the project from the theoretical mindset of if I were Japanese TV exec and I were making a version of 'Doctor Who; and had no knowledge or care about the show, what are the most superficially iconic things about the show that I can use as a starting point for something that clearly isn't 'Doctor Who' and involves transforming heroes and giant robots?" Kahan told Crave. "To me Daleks and the Cybermen are the most iconic villains," Kahan added. "They're also both robots so it weirdly makes sense teaming them up. I am also aware that they're not exactly friends, which was another reason to pair them up. I thought it would be funnier." The costumes made for the parody harken more to the older "Doctor Who" episodes starring Tom Baker as the Doctor, rather than the current "Doctor Who" series which clearly has a bigger budget.