As everyone continues to argue about whether or not Johnny Depp really put forth his best Whitey Bulger in last year's Black Mass, the actor has decided to silence the conversation by surprising the planet with his portrayal of a far more sinister force: Donald Trump.

"With Donald Trump somehow still in prime-position to become the next President of the United States, Funny Or Die has released what might end up being the most politically important film in American history," reads the delightfully self-aware press release. "Well, certainly since Dave." The film in question, in all its harrowing glory, is Donald Trump's The Art of the Deal: The Movie and it's miraculously available for proper consumption for a very un-Trump price of $0.00.

The hilarious comedy frightening horror film also stars Patton Oswalt, Jack McBrayer, Alfred Molina, Michaela Watkins, Paul Scheer, and the should-have-won-an-Oscar-by-now legend known to many as simply ALF. "The plan was to move really fast because we thought Trump would go away, as least as a presidential candidate," Owen Burke, who became FOD’s editor in chief last year, tells the New York Times. "When he bizarrely didn’t go away, we had a little more time. But that meant keeping the secret for longer." Peep the full movie, ALF included, here.

Pair this super funny completely terrifying surprise biopic with Tuesday's news that Trump, in real life, won the New Hampshire GOP primary by a fairly wide margin and then collapse into a fit of existential panic.

Scary shit.