Japan. Direction: Yuki Kobayashi. Production: Yoshinori Chiba, Yoshihiro Nishimura. Screenplay: Yuki Kobayashi. Photography: Keizo Suzuki. Music: Ko Nakagawa. Edition: Yuki Kobayashi, Yoshihiro Nishimura. Cast: Himena Tsukimiya, Kanon Hanakage, Tak∴, Rie Kitahara, Toshie Negishi. Running time: 75 min.
LANGUAGE: Japanese / SUBTITLES: Spanish, English
Glorious, twisted, bloody, cut up, dismembered, emasculated, decapitated, mindless, disembowelled, amputated (to the extreme) of the great classic Gonzo horror directed in 2008 by the unique and one of a kind (despite many attempts to imitate him), Noboru Iguchi. This one includes a few new hit men, a very Morricone-esque soundtrack and a town where those that the Dharma Company first removed a kidney, then a piece liver, then a hand, then a brain lobe take refuge. Oh and the company is directed by a menopausal super diva. There are two Machine Girls. Sisters. The Dharma Company has taken something from them. But who needs an arm when you can get a bazooka-machine gun implant instead?