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So now and then an Japanese gory flick comes overseas to enjoy us. But it's all a bit of the same. You can easily qualify it between Tokyo Gore Police and those kind of gorefests. Was it bad, not at all but again, you must stand the typical over the top Japanese style to enjoy it, for example, a decapitated body still keeps firing with a gun. The gore is intact but is also over the top. The red stuff sputters in a eastern style. The story itself wasn't that bad but it's a short movie, clocking in at 45 minutes I would say if you never have seen a Japanese gorefest than start with this one, if you can take it than you can make a move to full features. It's also easy to see that it was low budget, the camera's used weren't of good quality, just look what a mistake the lenses made by shooting in open air. Nevertheless, one to see but sadly it disappears in the wholesome bunch of Japanese gore coming over these days
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