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Kengo Kaji, who wrote Tokyo Gore Police, writes and directs this new genre-bending sci-fi/fantasy gore-fest from Japan. Yoshihiro Nishimura handles the special make-up effects, as he did for Tokyo Gore Police, Machine Girl and Vampire Girl vs Frankenstein Girl.
Samurai Princess pits android assassin against mutant madmen in an alternate universe version of feudal Japan. In this version of history, trainyard duels, detachable chainsaw limbs, and breast grenades are commonplace occurrences, while mad scientists twist the laws of nature to create sentient robots that can pass as human and crave souls.
Enter an android warrior with a penchant for bloodletting (AV starlet Aino Kishi) and her human partner (Dai Mizuno), whose eardrum-crushing electric guitar riffs are so loud, they re literally weapons of mass destruction. When our heroine is infused with the souls of eleven of her fallen sisters, she uses their combined power to take down anyone who stands in the way of her quest for humanity. The result is a nonstop geyser of gore, with skeletons popping out of torsos and every imaginable appendage removed from bodies!
It good and nice DVD Limited Edition extra 4 Collector's Cards. No English subtitled. Japan horror movie always making funny and joke. LOL ;)
A totally awesome gorefest.Suspend reality and indulge yourself in one of the greats of exploitation cinema. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Gizzy
No acting, no story, no sense, just cheap shots of body parts continuously. Hard to believe its called a film.Published on 10 Oct 2012 by A. Murphy
I cant believe it, another awesome asian film release. this is yet again another show of action and bloodshed from the makers of tokyo gore police etc, funny over the top story as... Read morePublished on 30 April 2012 by S. Drury
this is certain to divide the fans of japanese extreme cinema. bold and juvenile with mixed up character origins and period settings which actually,for me, gave it an air of... Read morePublished on 20 Jan 2010 by John Tearney
This is a very diappointing film in all respects; acting is childish and superficial ; gore factor is amatureish and laughable; and most important of all the DVD transfer is dark... Read morePublished on 30 Dec 2009 by Dato K. S. Lai