Watch the Kung Fury Trailer, an 80s-Fueled Time Travel Kung Fu Action Comedy, with Dinosaurs [Video]

Suspend your disbelief at the door, folks. We've got to defeat Kung Fu Hitler with dinosaurs.

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Kung Fury is a crazy, 30-minute compilation of what seems like every single movie trope we’ve ever come to love. Seriously, though, if you had to go kung fu fight with Hitler, wouldn’t you want some kind of giant viking god and a dinosaur on your team? Sit back, relax, and hack yourself into the past with the movie’s first trailer.

If you’d like to see the entire movie in its full, ridiculous glory, you’ll have to contribute to its Kickstarter campaign. Unlike a lot of other Kickstarters, this movie is actually almost entirely finished. Director David Sandberg of Laser Unicorns (that’s his production company and not something that’s in the movie, which we are actually surprised by) just needs to make a few bucks to finish the film’s special effects.

If you can’t get enough time traveling kung fu masters, machine gun-toting vikings, and evil arcade machine robots (it’s like they took everything on the Internet and mashed it together in one movie), help the film cover the second half of its $200,000 goal. If you donate $20 or more, you get a copy of the movie, so you’re basically just buying it before it’s out.

(via UPROXX, image via Laser Unicorns on YouTube)

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