A megalomaniac Japanese man and his son recuit carefully selected women with certain qualities in order to surgically modify their bodies with mechanized parts to insist them with their evil scheme to take over the world. They enlist two sisters drenched in personal rivalry but the "good one" refuses to slaughter an innocent group of ex-employees. Instead, she joins their ranks and spearheads their mission to bring down the dastardly establishment and regain her sister's affection before the whole of Japan is annihilated by a giant stink bomb.
Director Noburo Iguchi, the man behind Machine Girl, returns with an even more outrageous feature loaded with inventive ideas and taboo humour which slips into the realms of slapstick on serveral occasions. Admittedly, Robogeisha doesn't have the best of starts; the substandard acting and poor script had me feeling robbed and wanting a refund; but, having become a big fan Yoshihiro Nishimura's special effect/gore factor, i wisely invested in some perseverance. Around scene 9, the pacing and action gets turned up a notch and, from hereonin, i was hooked. I found myself laughing at all the sheer stupidity of all the weaponry on display, ranging from butt blades, rectal missiles of mass destruction, wig napalm and gatlin gun breast, to shamisen powered tanks, giant castle robots and buildings that bleed; all rounded off neatly with a strong wiff of "fan service" - know whatta mean?... No?... Well, heres a clue: Asami "tent pitching" Miyajimi (aka Asami Suigiura) is a porn star/J-sploitation actress and despite her face being covered in a Tengu mask, there's plenty of delicious flesh on display along with the obligatory gusset shots... oo-er farmer Giles.
Personally, i wouldn't place Robogeisha in the same league of excellence as Hard Revenge Milly, Meatball Machine, Vampire Girl V Frankenstein Girl or Tokyo Gore Police, its more on par with Samurai Princess, Machine Girl and, the lesser known but equally as good, Sukeban Boy. It's very funny but a little annoying in places - worth a watch if you like this type of J-sploitation flick, which this warped individual clearly did... indeed!