Sweep the cutting room floor of Lethal Weapon, Beverly Hills Cop, and Midnight Run, then put it all in a blender; garnish with psychedelic mushrooms and an airborne Lamborghini.
You've just watched two minutes of Kung Fury.
Put simply: David Sandberg's upcoming '80s action-comedy homage looks absolutely brilliant. The premise? A leather-jacketed, samurai headband-clad renegade cop called Kung Fury hacks a time machine to open a karate can of whoop-ass on Adolf Hitler (aka Kung Führer). Like every detective in 1980s Miami, Kung Fury drives a red Countach, which he likes to launch off bridges and ghostride through hails of gunfire (don't we all?). No time travel epic would be complete without a DeLorean, so Sandberg has thrown in a DMC-12, too. And yes, that license plate says 'OUTATIME.'
Kung Fury has the potential to be a camp masterpiece, and the director wants to release it online for free. But flying Lambos and exploding DeLoreans aren't cheap, people.
If you'd like to see Kung Fury (specifically the air-sailing Countach scene, but also the dinosaurs and Uzi-wielding Viking princess), donate to the production company's fundraising appeal on .