(Kung Foe) Kung Faux (N.) A Kung-Fu Comedy TV Show/DVD where they take old Kung-Fu footage and edit the hell out of it to make it look like the actors are really saying different stuff and doing different things then the "correct" English dubbing would have you think. The comedy part about it is that all of the dialogue they replace in it is all Hip-Hop and Rap related and they usually get rappers (none famous) to Lip Sync the parts, which ends up being a hilarious Street Rap (as well as part Video Game)edition of a Kung-Fu movie.
Kung Faux comes on Canadian music channel, Fuse TV. Think of Spike TV's "Most Extreme Elimination", mixed with "Kung Pow: Enter the Fist", mixed with any given Master P or Ice Cube movie. The results? Some funny ass Hip-Hop TV!
A TV+DVD Series featuring remixed classic kung fu flix retold through the voices of classic hip hop artists such as Biz Markie, Masta Ace, & Afrika Bambaataa whom have dubtitled
a new story line along with adding a new hip hop flavoured soundtrack & video game styled special effects.
The name, "Kung Faux", rhymes with "Gung Ho", so act like You Know !!!
Comedy television series in which classic Kung fu
Movies are re-cut and re-dubbed with hip-hop speak and sound effects. The result is a parody with similarities to kung-pow
, albeit with a more "street" dialogue.
Isn't faux (or fuax) french for false?