If you haven’t seen the YouTube sensation short-film Kung Fury yet, you are missing out. It is the perfect tribute to some of the best (or worst) movie genres of the 80s — kung fu and police action. Some people may think it’s a dumb way to spend 30 minutes, but those people are wrong and probably aren’t fun at parties. We can’t wait for David Sandberg (who wrote, directed, and starred in the film) to fire up the camera and continue the story. Kung Fury was crowdfunded on Kickstarter for $630,000 and probably made a ton of new fans already. It amassed over 13 million views in its first week on YouTube. We would definitely throw a couple bucks towards a sequel.
10. Interaction With Triceracop
We don’t know about about Triceracop. Kung Fury dismisses him as a new partner early in the film, insisting he works alone. The rejection doesn’t seem to deter Traceracop from risking his own life to travel back in time to help save Kung Fury. When the battle is over, they even share a warm hug. But that just creates more questions than it answers. Who is Triceracop? What inspired him to join law enforcement? And most importantly, will Kung Fury and Triceracop become great partners together?