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Bio Hunter (1995)

Baio hantâ (original title)
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A horror story about an enemy within. Only one man can control it, but he's losing to the demon.

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(creator), (script)
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Komada (voice)
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Koshigaya (voice) (as Matt Miller)
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Sayaka (voice)
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Bokudoh (voice)
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Tabe (voice)
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Mikawa (voice)
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Mary (voice)
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Additional Voices (voice) (as Andy Philpot)
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Mary
Kazuhiko Inoue ...
Kamagaya (voice)
Tarô Ishida ...
Tabe (voice)
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Sayaka (voice)
Issei Miyazaki ...
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Two scientists attempt to distribute the cure for a demon virus. However, things become complicated when one of them becomes infected, triggering a battle within himself as he attempts to not only control his demon side, but also save the lives of others. Written by Josh Wunder

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Based on a one-shot manga by Fujihiko Hosono. See more »

Quotes

Komada: Want Ketchup?
Koshigaya: Very funny. It's not me eating the food, it's that damn thing inside me.
Komada: An unusual consumption of protein and iron. Classic symptoms of a person who's been infected.
Koshigaya: Don't look at me like that. I'm not a guinea pig.
Komada: Can't help it. You are now a vital scientific specimen. That virus has found a home inside of you.
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In the US DVD, the credits scroll over a freeze frame of the demon jumping into the city. See more »

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Pretty good sci-fi/horror anime
24 June 2007 | by See all my reviews

This is definitely a bit of an overlooked anime. Its not the best of its kind, but definitely worth seeing for fans of both Kawajiri and this style of animation (which basically is him when you boil it down). If you liked any other of Kawajiri's projects you should be able to get into this too. I would place it close to wicked city, Cyber city oedo 808 and goku midnight eye, both style-wise and in its general mood. But you will find some more general elements in it as well. I find it better than wicked city almost as good as goku & cyber city The story is pretty straightforward, and not incredibly complex, but still it works well with he overall dark mood and atmosphere of the film. Soundtrack is imo incredible and well-fitting with the dark animations, characters are also good considering the shortness of it all..and very importantly to me the dialogue isn't too cheesy (from subtitles at least, i don't know Japanese). It doesn't really bother me that it only runs short of an hour, cause it makes it more dynamic i think.

Overall i say 7 out of 10 for this kind of anime


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