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Vampire Girl vs. Frankenstein Girl

Kyuketsu Shojo tai Shojo Furanken
2009 / 85m - Japan
Comedy, Horror
Vampire Girl vs. Frankenstein Girl poster

Vampire Girl Vs Frankenstein Girl is entertainment to the max. There is no time for dull moments or dramatic depth, just heaps of blood, gore and silliness.

Scissor Dick

Hontô wa Eroguroi Isoppu Gûwa: Usagi to Kame to, Kin · Gin · Tetsu no Hôchô - Shizâchin P
2018 / 86m - Japan
Horror, Comedy
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Insane horror/comedy that mixes political satire with cheap splatter. It's an absurd combination, documenting an incel's crazy mad fantasies and theories. The budget is microscopic, the content is quite vile, and the comedy is definitely an acquired taste, but all in all this was an incredibly fun, if cheap, mess of a film. Don't watch if you're easily triggered though.

Stacy: Attack of the Schoolgirl Zombies

2001 / 80m - Japan
Comedy, Horror
Stacy: Attack of the Schoolgirl Zombies poster


Rôjin to Rabudôru: Watashi ga Shochô ni Natta Toki
2008 / 65m - Japan
Fantasy, Sci-fi
Maid-Droid poster

The French maid. Of French descent, but happily adopted by the Japanese. It's no surprise then they made a film about French maid robots, combining two of their biggest fetishes in one single film. The result is pretty cheesy and cheap, but because it's such a mess it's also pretty amusing.

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While a typical pinku in structure, Tomomatsu mixed it with every genre imaginable. There's a bit of comedy, drama, sci-fi, fantasy and romance, they even stole some material from Ghost in the Shell in a weak attempt to give the film extra weight. None of it is very effective, but it does keep you on your toes.

Performances are weak, the sci-fi looks pretty cheap, but at least there are some decent robots designs. That and the short runtime make this film somewhat bearable. It's not a lot and I wouldn't recommend it unless you're on some kind of pinku marathon, but it's not the worst I've seen in the genre.

Maid-Droid 2: Maidroid vs. Hostroids

Saigo no Rabudôru: Watashi, Otona no Omocha Tomemashita
2010 / 63m - Japan
Fantasy, Sci-fi
Maid-Droid 2: Maidroid vs. Hostroids poster

A completely ridiculous and pointless sequel. Where Tomomatsu at least tried to make an effort with the first film, this second one feels lazy and cheap. I assume this sequel is nothing more than a mindless cash grab, no doubt after the first film performed well based on its premise alone.

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The maid droid is back to its usual business, which conveniently adheres to the classic pinku structure. In between there are a few attempt at slapstick comedy, though extremely poorly executed, some nonsensical plot lines and a few horrendous action scenes, with effects that look like they were leftovers from the 80s.

I've already put too much effort into this review, as this is clearly just pinku filler and these films aren't primarily made for broader entertainment. But even then this film is terribly weak and uninviting. There's a very limited amount of fun to be had with the crummy execution, but that's hardly worth the 60 minutes of your time.