Here's a rundown of what's no longer been removed (featured in bold):
- After getting tossed out of a window by his wife, a flower pot lands of the landlord's head, causing a small pool of blood to form around him. The blood was digitally removed for the U.S. cut.
- When challenging the occupants of Pig Sty Alley to a fight, a female farmer socks Sing right in the chest. Sing spits up blood, which sprays on the female farmer. This blood was also digitally removed for the U.S. cut.
- The camera pans across Pig Sty Alley to briefly show a boy taking a dump into a piece of paper, whereas in the U.S. cut the feces was digitally removed.
- In the casino, Sing confronts the Beast and gets punched in the chest twice. During the second hit, Sing's head whips backwards, and he sprays blood all over the Beast's face in slow motion. The U.S. cut removed this part of the scene completely.
- Later in the casino scene, the Beast punches Sing's head right into the ground. A slow motion shot reveals the Beast's bloody fist emerging from the floor. This brief segment was cut out of the U.S. version of the film.
And if you haven't yet picked up KUNG FU HUSTLE, the question arises: Why the hell not? This is a movie that has something to offer just about anybody, whether you like slapstick comedies, martial arts epics, lampoons/parodies, or even superhero adventure stories. The storytelling can get a little awkward, but the madcap action sequences come so fast and furious, you're lot likely to care. And besides, for a feature-length spoof of Shaw Brothers-style chopsocky, its plot is a lot more cohesive than it probably should've been.
Those annoyances aside, there's still some worthwhile material here (if just barely).
Stephen Chow Interview (2:48): Short and fairly lame interview, filmed specifically for Comedy Central. Look for the Ric Myers interview down below to find a more insightful discussion with director Stephen Chow.
Bloopers & Outtakes (2:49): These are not from the film itself, but rather the interview featured above. Surprisingly, they're actually pretty funny. I wouldn't really call them bloopers, since every bit seems to be staged, but they're worth watching to see Stephen Chow joking around.
Organized Chaos (9:34): Yuen Wo Ping and others talk about the fight choreography featured in the film, coupled with behind-the-scenes footage. Very cool. (And subtitled, just FYI.)
Bringing Down the House (7:06): This featurette takes a look at the film's elaborate production design. Also subtitled.
Dressed to Kill (5:42): A discussion about the costume design from KUNG FU HUSTLE, and how much effort went into making each character look the part. This too is subtitled.
Storyboard Comparison (2:16): By now you should know what this is, and you should also know if you care about it or not.
Ric Myers Interview with Stephen Chow (27:55): Ironically, the one extra with the most substance is also the one being ported over from the previous DVD release. (Not subtitled.)
Also included are a few Previews.