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Reipu zonbi: Lust of the dead 2 (2013)

Not Rated | | Horror | 11 February 2014 (USA)
After a nuclear attack, a strange virus has turned 90% of the male population of the world into lust-filled zombies. However, in Akihabara, Japan, some males have been found who are ... See full summary »

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Hiroshi Fujita
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After a nuclear attack, a strange virus has turned 90% of the male population of the world into lust-filled zombies. However, in Akihabara, Japan, some males have been found who are uninfected. This small group of healthy men decides to team up with the Zombies to satisfy their own carnal desires. The women survivors must now band together and fight to survive in post-apocalyptic Japan! Written by Anonymous

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The second film introduces many fantastical and science fiction elements that weren't present in the first film; such as cloning (Performed by Nozomi, who in the first film was only a nurse but can now clone full grown adults from dead tissue samples) and indestructible cyborgs. See more »

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27 December 2017 | by See all my reviews

I'm not quite sure what director Naoyuki Tomomatsu is trying to say with his Rape Zombie films, if, indeed, he is trying to say anything at all. Are the films a condemnation of Japan's rape culture or a celebration of it? Are women responsible for such a culture, as one male character suggests, or is this outlandish opinion a satirical swipe at misogyny? Who knows?

What I am sure of is that Lust of the Dead 2 delivers enough sex and violence to please those who simply love Japan's more outrageous cinematic efforts. This second helping of deviant weirdness continues on directly from the first film, which ended with the nuclear devastation of Tokyo and the birth of a glowing baby to lesbian couple Momoko and Nozomi (Alice Ozawa). Married couple Shinji and Maki (Ren Miyamura) are forced to leave the safety of their home after an attack from a zombie, and wander the apocalyptic city landscape, where they are hunted by platoons of Otaku (virginal Anime fans who are unaffected by the zombie virus). Fortunately, the couple find sanctuary with an armed group of women who are keen to run tests on Shinji to discover why he is not a zombie. Meanwhile, a sexy American robot sent to aid the survivors does battle with the Otaku.

This chaotic plot serves up quite a lot of cheapjack but very messy gore and a fair amount of female nudity, as per the first film, with lots of Asian cuties being abused by the zombies and a completely gratuitous lesbian tryst. There's also a steamy scene in which Nozomi satisfies herself while looking at pictures of Momoko, her hand going to work on her boobs and under her gusset. The gore is, once again, a mixture of real effects and shoddy CGI, but it's wonderfully over-the-top: an early decapitation and emasculation of a zombie is suitably blood-drenched, while a man cut in half by the robot's laser results in lots of slippery internal organs hitting the floor. Also rather memorable: a really manky looking zombie with a huge sperm cannon, and another that talks to the female survivors, explaining why it rapes (in a manner not too dissimilar to the chatty half-zombie from The Return of the Living Dead). On the downside, the visual effects are even worse than the first film, with the ruined city backdrops looking particularly awful.


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