One of the biggest film projects on Kickstarter is finally being released to the public. Kung Fury is a love letter to the golden age of action movies, the ’80s. The project started as a short film after David Sandberg quit his job to pursue film making. With the help of $650,000 in pledges from the popular crowdfunding platform, the movie was filmed over the last three years with plenty of assistance from friends and strangers around the world. Since then, the film has been shown at the famous Cannes Film Festival and had a music video starring David Hasselhoff.
Kung Fury is available to the public through YouTube (except in Sweden), SVT2/SVT play in Sweden, El Rey TV in the US, Steam, iTunes, Amazon, and Google Play.