The best movie of the weekend comes not from Cameron Crowe, but rather Swedish writer-director David Sandberg. After successfully raising over $600,000 on Kickstarter, Sandberg set out to film Kung Fury, an over-the-top kung fu B-movie set in 1980s Miami.
Without giving too much away, the 30-minute short features dinosaurs, vikings, an arcade game that transform into a killing machine, and a cameo from David Hasselhoff. Sandberg himself plays the film’s kung-fu protagonist, while The Lonely Island’s Jorma Taccone is cast as his arch nemesis, Adolf Hitler.
The full film can be seen below. A standalone clip of Hasselhoff’s “music video” is also posted.