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Komada and Koshigaya might just seem like nerdy molecular biologists but in reality they're Bio Hunters in a race against time to stop a demon virus that turns humans into demonic mutants from taking over Japan. Komada is already infected with the virus but he has the rare power to control it. This gives him the ability to identify and destroy it in other people but at the risk of his own humanity. Not only has he to fight a battle around him but within himself too as he struggles with his unique powers that seek to destroy him.

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11 of 14 people found the following review helpful
Bio-Hunter is a thrilling japanimation masterpiece! 9 Jan. 2000
By ROBERT DOUGLASS - Published on Amazon.com
Let's get off on the right foot here, I find it very annoying how everyone compares every single anime to Ninja Scroll. There is no better anime than Ninja Scroll, ever! There, we've established that so now lets move forward and view this with an open mind. Imagine present day Tokyo, 4 women dead, bodies eaten, their live ivers ripped out. It isn't your usual weirdo or pervert...it's them. Imagine your a professor of molecular biology and you've discovered a new virus. A virus that turns seemingly normal people into deranged beast like killers with demonic powers..the "demon virus". It sounds far out to your colleagues but one believes you, your friend Kumada, and that's because he's been infected by it. It gets worse..at first it's somewhat of an advantage, he has an extrodinary immune system which means he can fight off the virus and use it at his will and transform into a demonic beast and help you in your battle to save lives and irradicate the virus. But now he's losing control of it, the virus is winning and to make matters worse a powerful political figure who controls the police force and has his private gang of machine gun waving thugs hot on your trail has been infected..and they've got your girl too! If you wanna know what else happens i suggest you buy this movie, watch it and then add it to your top ten anime file right next to Akira and Ninja Scroll.
8 of 11 people found the following review helpful
Good anime. But not for the kids. 15 Nov. 1999
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
One of the better animes I have seen, Bio Hunter has a pretty original premise. Two men work together to track down "demons". The demons are human but have a disease that causes them to turn to monsters. One of the men handles the medical angle. He has developed a drug that kills off the disease. The other is infected himself but he has an exceptionally strong immune system that allows him to control the transformation.
That is the basic plot and if you want to know what happens to them I guess you have to watch the movie.
So. You might ask. What makes this bad for the kids?
There is one prolonged sex scene right from the get-go. Nudity is sprinkled liberally throughout. Gory violence abounds. There are some disturbing scenes. An example is an attempted rape.
All in all, if you aren't offended by all that then you should give Bio Hunter a chance
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Woth a Five 26 July 2002
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
I like this anime quite a bit. If you like animes like Wicked City & Vampire Hunder D, (The serious, dark feeling kind) than I think you will find this anime to be quite pleasurable.
It's slightly short (1 hour), but is long enouph to satisfy your yurning.
Definitely worth owning.
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Not Original or Very Entertaining 13 Feb. 2000
By Simone - Published on Amazon.com
In this particular OAV, two scientist/professors, Komada and Koshigaya are on the trail of a rare virus that is known as the "the demon virus." A few things that complicate their already difficult mission are three facts. The first one being that Komada has become infected by the "demon virus" and is running out of time before it consumes his human soul. The second fact being that something or some one is running around Japan and eating the livers of several young women. The third being that the young woman who Komada has developed strong feelings for is kidnapped.
The story is nothing new from so many anime stories, the characterization isn't all that believable; however, the art is very good and so are the voice-overs (Urban Vision tends to due a very good dubbing job in general). All in all due to the lack of originality in the story, the lack of good transitions in some scenes, or the believability of the characterizations, and the less than satisfactory ending, I think that two stars is an accurate rating.
Short but very sweet 25 Feb. 2002
By H. A Huffman - Published on Amazon.com
..With plenty of gore to boot! I like this film a lot, because its good anime, action packed and has a good plot. Anybody who likes Ghost In The Shell or Zieram will like this one.
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