KID FURY REVIEWED
“Kid Fury” features Jino Kang as the head of a group of kickass young kids. While we learn that Kang is playing an angry mob leader, that’s when a new kid enters the fray. One of the mob kids stole a glowing box from him and he’s come to take it back. Fights and swordplay happen, as the film flies by in 14 minutes. Martial arts short films rarely feature standout performances, but Timothy Mah has an excellent future in front of him. With a few more years of tweaking choreography and nailing his acting presence, we could be seeing a superstar emerge.
- Not Rated
- 14 mins
- Fightstylez Productions
RELEASE DATE: OUT NOW!
The Plot Thus Far
Martial arts action star Jino Kang (Fist 2 Fist, Fist 2 Fist 2: Weapon of Choice) is back in the hard-hitting action piece Kid Fury, the first part of a short film series! In this over the top action fantasy, Kang directs and stars as a mob boss who has a run-in with a young martial arts dynamo: Kid Fury, played by newcomer Timothy Mah. The showdown is a heart-stopping encounter with incredible action and martial arts choreography.
Kid Fury was written and directed by Jino Kang, and produced and photographed by Dave Fong. Newcomer Timothy Mah is a 3rd degree black belt student and a musician by trade.