Kung Fury

During an unfortunate series of events, a friend of Kung Fury is assassinated by the most dangerous kung fu master criminal of all time, Adolf Hitler, a.k.a Kung Führer. Kung Fury decides to travel back in time to Nazi Germany in order to kill Hitler and end the Nazi empire once and for all.

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Film Cast:

  • Kung Fury: David Sandberg
  • Adolf Hitler / Kung Führer: Jorma Taccone
  • Hackerman: Leopold Nilsson
  • Thor: Andreas Cahling
  • Katana: Helene Ahlson
  • Red Ninja: Eos Karlsson
  • Barbarianna: Eleni Young
  • Triceracop: Erik Hörnqvist
  • Voice of Thor / Chief: Per-Henrik Arvidius
  • Street thug: Sebastian Sahin
  • Hoff 9000 (voice): David Hasselhoff
  • Colonel Reichstache: Magnus Betnér
  • Private Lahmstache: Björn Gustafsson
  • Dragon: Steven Chew
  • Voice of Triceracop / Cobra / Dinomite: Frank Sanderson
  • Voice of Katana: Yasmina Suhonen
  • Shirtless street thug: Robin Arvidsson
  • Boombox Guy and Runner: Tomas Blomberg
  • Guy with Telephone: Joel Dunkels
  • Boombox Dude: Julian Maroda
  • Extra and Runner: Vlad Micu
  • Street Thug with Skateboard: Marc Strömberg
  • Guy Playing Gauntlet (uncredited): Barry Hitchings
  • Runner (uncredited): Gustaf Lingmark
  • Femme Viking: Joanna Häggblom
  • Nazi scientist: Beppe Starbrink

Film Crew:

  • Co-Producer: Allan Davis
  • Associate Producer: Jeffrey J. Ellen
  • Writer: David Sandberg
  • Producer: Eleni Young
  • Sound Designer: Patrik Öberg
  • Original Music Composer: Lost Years
  • Music: Johan Bengtsson
  • Editor: Nils Moström
  • Cinematography: Martin Gärdemalm
  • Gaffer: Niclas Löwstedt
  • VFX Supervisor: Cameron Scott
  • Producer: Linus Andersson
  • Cinematography: Jonas Ernhill
  • Cinematography: Mattias Andersson
  • Storyboard: Janne Widmark
  • Co-Producer: Brian Cardarella
  • Co-Producer: Horst Trägler
  • Co-Producer: Ilya Laktyushin
  • Executive Producer: Pelle Strandberg
  • Gaffer: Jon Gotlin
  • Gaffer: Axel Norén
  • Assistant Editor: Robin Fjällström
  • Assistant Editor: Fredrik Kedfors

Movie Reviews:

  • Gimly: I know I shouldn’t like _Kung Fury_. I know it’s cheap and dumb and makes literally no sense. But it ticked so many of my appeal-boxes I absolutely cannot walk away from this with giving it anything less than three stars.
    I’m glad that they didn’t try to stretch this to a full ninety minute feature though, I think the premise would have well and truly grown weary by then.

    _Final rating:★★★ – I liked it. Would personally recommend you give it a go._

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