Kung Pow: Enter the Fist

Kung Pow: Enter the Fist

Steve Oedekerk loves 1970s Hong Kong martial arts films, especially their exaggerated visual style, bizarre music and thunderous sound effects. As a young boy he fantasized about being in one, and now he is...literally. After acquiring a little-known 1976 karate picture, Tiger & Crane Fists, Oedekerk substantially altered the film and its dialogue track by placing himself digitally into the old film, redubbing the characters, and shooting new scenes. He seamlessly blended portions of the original picture with the new material he directed, resulting in a wild half-old/half-new feature film: KUNG POW: ENTER THE FIST. Unlike any movie made before, KUNG POW is an off-the-wall comedy and a whole new motion picture genre!
  • Rated PG13 for Violence, Adult Language, Adult Situations
Steve Oedekerk loves 1970s Hong Kong martial arts films, especially their exaggerated visual style, bizarre music and thunderous sound effects. As a young boy he fantasized about being in one, and now he is...literally. After acquiring a little-known 1976 karate picture, Tiger & Crane Fists, Oedekerk substantially altered the film and its dialogue track by placing himself digitally into the old film, redubbing the characters, and shooting new scenes. He seamlessly blended portions of the original picture with the new material he directed, resulting in a wild half-old/half-new feature film: KUNG POW: ENTER THE FIST. Unlike any movie made before, KUNG POW is an off-the-wall comedy and a whole new motion picture genre!
  • Rated PG13 for Violence, Adult Language, Adult Situations