This is an incredible piece of work. Exquisitely well played, Laser Unicorns!
The short film Kung Fury is a homage and a love letter to the 80’s from the director David Sandberg.
Miami Police Department detective and martial artist Kung Fury time travels from the 1980s to World War II to kill Adolf Hitler, a.k.a. “Kung Führer”, and revenge his friend’s death at the hands of the Nazi leader. An error in the time machine sends him further back to the Viking Age.
The film was crowdfunded in the beginning of 2014 and released on the 28th of may 2015.
Find out more at kungfury.com
Check out this super cool Kickstarter from our pals, Project Trident. These guys have been nailing the short film game for years now, so makes perfect sense that they would turn their many skilled hands to a feature! They’re gonna nail this, too!
Let’s help ’em out!
Here’s a few of our Project Trident favourites, from the past:
Currently a little obsessed with Alto’s Adventure. Looks great; a simplified mix of Limbo and Monument Valley. Super simple, but with enough well structured challenge to keep it interesting.
Get it now from the App Store (iOS)!
What an incredible idea, right?
Be My Eyes is an app that connects blind people with volunteer helpers from around the world via live video chat. Download now and start helping blind people see.
Be My Eyes is all about contributing to and benefiting from small acts of kindness, so hop on board and get involved!
Learn more at bemyeyes.org
This record is so great. So great. Especially this track. How fucked up is that riff? Waaaaah! Does crazy things to my internal organs.
GET SOME: iTunes / Spotify / Amoeba
I need to break out Paul Rudd’s Computer (aka ‘Celery Man’) at least once a year. It might just be the greatest thing on the internet. This seems like a great time to do it. You’ll never guess why. So I’ll tell you.
But first… Computer, load up Celery Man, please.
Here’s the why! BONUS JOY! You can now use Paul Rudd’s computer for your very own li’l self!