New Review – Vampire Girl vs. Frankenstein Girl

Fixing reviews gets boring, so how about a new review! It’s Vampire Girl vs. Frankenstein Girl, a story of love and girls beating the frak out of each other. Mostly beating the frak out of each other. Gore, splatter effects, racism, Japanese weirdness, it’s all there! Complete with loads of photos (probably too many) and a movie clip, read it today!

We’re hoping to get back to a regular schedule soon, but I still have a lot of work to do fixing broken reviews.

New trailer for Vampire Girl vs. Frankenstein Girl

This screens June 26th and 29th in New York!
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Plot: When high school student Mizushima receives Valentines Day chocolates from a new student named Monami Arukado (Yukie Kawamura), he has no clue that it’s actually tainted with her vampire blood. Monami wants to live with him forever as a vampire couple, but his current girlfriend Keiko Furano (Eri Otoguro) has other ideas. She catches the two kissing on the roof of the school and attempts to throw Monami off in a jealous rage. Instead, she dies herself. Her mad scientist father Kenji then pieces her back together (souped up with some spare parts from her unfortunate classmates, of course) and resurrects her as Franken Girl, a hideous monstrosity custom built for vengeance.

NipponCinema, as usual

Pictures from Robo Geisha and Vampire Girl vs Frankenstein Girl blogged all the time

[adrotate banner=”1″]Japanese director and special effects man Yoshihiro Nishimura (responsible for such fair as Tokyo Gore Police and the effects on Machine Girl) is regularly blogging pictures from his upcoming films Robo Geisha (directed by Machine Girl director Noboru Iguchi) and Vampire Girl vs. Frankenstein Girl, which Yoshihiro Nishimura will be directing. We had a short article about Robo Geisha, but Vampire Girl vs. Frankenstein Girl was out of the blue. Twitch has a gallery of pictures posted (mostly behind the scenes) or you can go to the blog where the giant photos are posted. If we find any more information about these two films, we will let you know.
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Yoshihiro Nishimura’s blog