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No schoolgirl eating, but plenty of other sick stuff.
If you've seen director Naoyuki Tomomatsu's zombie film Stacy and thought that was a bizarre little flick, wait until you get a load of Eat the Schoolgirl. Full of sex, revolting gore, rape, and general weirdness, this sleazy 60 minute exercise in extreme cinema doesn't make a lot of sense, but is short enough to ensure that it never gets boring (that's the understatement of the decade!).
The film OPENS with a hot Japanese chick performing phone sex whilst her client has a five-knuckle shuffle, and gets worse (or better, depending on your point-of-view) from that point on: we get to see a psycho killer who likes to dress as a schoolgirl and mutilate his female victims before jerking off over their wounds (in one case, after completely disembowelling them!); a sexy angel (minus her wings) who isn't quite as angelic as she looks; and some Yakuza gangsters who abduct a woman, rape her, and then administer an enemawhilst filming the whole thing!
At times, with its incomprehensible narrative and 'creative' cinematography, Eat the Schoolgirl resembles an art-house film; for most of its running time, however, it's simply a classic example of extreme Eastern excess, and one you won't forget in a hurry.
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