David Hasselhoff Stars In 'True Survivor' Video With Nazis, Flame-Throwers, 80s Music, Dinosaurs And It's Glorious

How does one go from laying on the floor drunk, attempting to eat a cheeseburger, to appearing in one of the most glorious achievements in cinematography I’ve seen in my life? I don’t know, but David Hasselhoff definitely has the secret sauce to send the world into a collective fit with a music video that far surpasses even his rendition of “Hooked On A Feeling.” Ooga chaka indeed my friends!

“True Survivor” is the lead track for the upcoming Kickstarter-backed short film “Kung Fury.” Hasselhoff takes on the lead vocals and stars in this glorious homage to retro 1980s awesomeness. The video has everything from crude 1980s computer graphics to a Nintendo Power Glove, a Lamborghini Countach, fighting robots, awesome stunts straight out of Bollywood flick, hordes of Nazis, Hitler, and did we mention friggin’ dinosaurs?! Oh and flamethrowers, we can’t forget the flamethrowers! Not since Terry Crews wowed us with his positively fantastic Flame Sax has anything this glorious graced YouTube.

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Earlier today, we were given access to the first official trailer for Quentin Tarantino’s “Hateful Eight” and just a few hours, we saw the second teaser for “Star Wars: The Force Awakens.” And now this? This has to be one of the greatest days ever in YouTube history… or perhaps the greatest day ever. OK, maybe not that great, but it’s pretty high up on the list.

To see the magnificent Hoff at his best, check out the music video for “True Survivor” right here and NOW: