Donnerstag, 8. Januar 2009
TOKYO GORE POLICE
(Tôkyô zankoku keisatsu)
Genre: Gore/ Splatter
Ruka is a police officer in a special squad formed to eradicate human mutations that have recently sprung into existence, the result of a virus created by a mad scientist simply known as Key Man.
Killing these unwieldy mutants is no easy task, and Ruka, naturally enough, carries a samurai sword with her at all times. Despite being on opposite sides of the fence, Ruka and Key Man share a common bond: the murder of their fathers years earlier at the hands of the police, and both she and Key Man seek revenge for their dads' untimely demise.
Did you like THE MACHINE GIRL? Or did you like MEATBALL MACHINE? Or maybe you're a great fan of Olaf Ittenbach?
Then THIS is the right film for you.
A story of revenge with gore that's SO OVER THE TOP that it's almost comical. Limbs are cut off en masse and about 147894365934 billion gallons of film-blood are spilled.
If I had to decribe the movie in a few words:
Olaf Ittenbach went to Japan, watched THE MACHINE GIRL, liked
it, wrote his own script whilst watching MEATBALL MACHINE, dragged some BDSM folks out of some BDSM clubs and shot a movie.
And NO, this isn't a BAD critic. I REALLY liked the movie.
It also had one of the most AWESOME fight scenes (at least in my opinion).
So if you like over-the-top-gore and stuff - watch this movie. It's quite entertaining.
And...buy a WRIST CUTTER G!!!
Wrist cutter G yayyyy yayyyy yayyyy kawaiiiiiii!!!!!
Here's the trailer btw! XD
Mittwoch, 7. Januar 2009
EXTE - HAIR EXTENSIONS
Genre: Horror/ Comedy/ Drama
Customs agents discover a huge amount of human hair along with the bald corpse of a young girl. This arouses the curiosity of Yamazaki, a mortuary employee with a hair fetish, particularly since the girl's hair continues to grow. Now a mad hair-peddler with an endless stock of locks, Yamazaki sells her ever-growing hair to salons to be used for extensions. Meanwhile, Yuko, an up-and-coming hair stylist, is entrusted with the care of her timid and frightened niece, Mami, whose body bares the signs of abuse. It's not long before death surrounds them and their extension-wearing clientele. The hair, it seems, has a life of its own, with lethal, vengeful intentions. And Yuko and Mami must untangle the mystery before more deaths occur.
OH NOES! It's the hair again!
Okay, as we all know, the Asian people seem to have a great fascination when it comes to hair. Hair is something that belongs to Asian Horror movies like ...mustard belongs to liverwurst.
AND: I can't stand any more hair movies.
That was my point of view when I started watching EXTE.
But after a few minutes I was like: Hey...me likes!
The movie was pretty good, a nice combo between Horror, Comedy and Drama. Well, it actually IS one of those "innocent girl...blabla...killed...blah blah...revenge" movies, but you'll forget about the fact that you can't see those movies anymore because EXTE is...different. Different in a pretty good way.
Some scenes are hilarious, and the end scene is worth suffering through the crappy parts!
So next time you wonde rif you should watch the crappy remake of Ju-On (OKAY, it wasn't THAT crappy AND it had Ted Raimi) or maybe a Japanese original - Watch EXTE.
OMG!! IT'S GO GO YUBARI FROM KILL BILL!!! XD