Kung Fury


Action / Comedy / Fantasy / Sci-Fi

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David Hasselhoff Photo
David Hasselhoff as Hoff 9000
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Jorma Taccone as Adolf Hitler
Björn Gustafsson Photo
Björn Gustafsson as Private Lahmstache
David Sandberg Photo
David Sandberg as Kung Fury
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285.02 MB
Unknown language 2.0
25 fps
12 hr 31 min
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528.93 MB
Unknown language 2.0
25 fps
12 hr 31 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Dark_Lord_Mark10 / 10

"I'm A Cop, From the Future." Simply Put, This Was Fantastic!!!

Ever since the trailer first appeared, I wanted to see this. It was a Kickstarter project from a filmmaker who had a vision of greatness.

A year later, David Hasselhoff True Survivor hit youtube and everyone came excited that the Hoff bought back 80's coolness.

Word spread like wildfire that the Hoff made the greatest music video in 30 years and people realized it was footage from Kung Fury.

In 2015 the date was set for a Youtube/TV premiere depending what continent you were on; a cop from the future versus mankind's mortal enemy, rather "Immortal Enemy" Adolf Hitler, aka Kung Fuhrer.

Set in an alternate future with an alternate timeline, Kung Fury got funded and made.

Kung Fury was a fantastic film, and it is my favorite of the year 2015. It was fast paced and fun, with great lines. It knew it wanted to be a cheesy 80's movie and relished in it and it was a great creative vision.

This is a movie not to missed and it delivers, full hardcore fun and kung fu action.

It's a 10 out of 10....it was short, it was sweet and when it was over I wanted more.

Best movie of 2015, short or not. To quote the great Keanue Reeves, "Wow, I know Kung Fu," and that line sums up this cheesy, action filled, epic!

Reviewed by MattBrady0998 / 10

30 mins of 80's nostalgia of awesomeness

Hitler: (Phoning the police) "Hello is this the police?"

Police officer on the phone: "Yes".

Hitler: "Fuck you!"

Kung Fury started off as a fan film made by David Sandberg that got released on the YouTube as 30 min short film, but in a matter of hours it was a big hit with it's views and the amount of people loved it because they got that nostalgic 80's feel to it. I got so much praised and so much love that it got a big release. So I checked it out myself just to see what was all the fuss about and I got to say that Kung Fury is the coolest action movie of 2015, it's right up there with Mad Max: Fury Road.

What really surprise me is that this is just a fan movie and it blows my mind how fans can make a better and more well made movie then even Hollywood can sh*t out, I mean David Sandberg put a lot of effort to make the whole movie look like a out of date VHS tape and to catch the 80's magic and it payed off so well.

The movie is really funny, the actor who played Hitler in the movie did really good and David Sandberg made a pretty awesome movie that's creative and fresh.

For problems I had for this movie these only a couple like: These one scene towards the end that kind of lost me a little and that's the end battle with Hitler vs. Kung Fury.

Some of the dialogue needs improving a little bit, but besides that this movie is awesome and it brought a lot of the 80's action fluff that we as movie lovers loved in the first place and it's so good to see it again in this brilliant 30 min short movie.

It's free on YouTube if you want to check it out and the video is only 30 mins long and it was 30 mins of awesomeness.

Reviewed by Leofwine_draca9 / 10

Top-notch Swedish tribute to '80s action cinema

For a homemade movie made by a Swedish guy in his office, KUNG FURY is a real hoot, a fun and action-packed tribute to over the top '80s action cinema. It's a bizarre, one-of-a-kind production which is absolutely packed to the brim with bizarre and stylistic elements: a story in which a heroic cop battles a kung fu-fighting Hitler and involves dinosaurs, robots, Vikings, and plenty more besides.

KUNG FURY is a cheapie film made on a green screen and yet it looks much, much better than a ton of SyFy Channel or Asylum movies. The whole off colour concept - in which the colour is slightly out of line with the figures in the film - gives the whole thing a cool, 3D-style look. The constant CGI is very well achieved, and fans of '80s cinema will be in love with the constant references and tributes. Yes, this is silly, trivial nonsense, but it's funny silly, trivial nonsense, and I had an absolute ball with it.

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