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  • Actors: Toshiki Hino, Yumi Lori, Mirel, Tomorrow Taguchi, Mio Takagi
  • Directors: Kazuhito Kuramoto
  • Format: Collector's Edition, Color, Digital Sound, Dolby, Full length, Import, Original recording remastered, Restored, Special Edition, Subtitled, NTSC
  • Language: Japanese
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: All Regions
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Unearthed Films
  • DVD Release Date: June 18, 2002
  • Run Time: 100 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00006959P
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #489,232 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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For the 1st time ever the infamous Japanese horror series "Guinea Pig" will be released in North America. Devils Experiment: A Video Tape and a letter are given to the Tokyo police in a small discreet envelope with no return address or postal mark. The accompanying letter tells of an experiment on human endurance and how much the human body and mind can endure before succumbing to death. Android of Notre Dame: A scientist's sister has a dreaded heart disease that is slowly killing her. He must find a way to cure her in any way possible. Animal research can only do so much but, on the other hand, a real human body could work wonders.

Customer Reviews

I don't know either.
Robert Beveridge
STORY: Not much of a story, A group of notorious men trap a woman and bring her to a torture chamber.
Renfield
It doesn't pull any punches.
Internal Abbatoir

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29 of 33 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on June 10, 2003
What I don't understand about these armchair film critics that are trying to rip this film apart is... WHat do they expect? A cool story line, character development and maybe some kung fu? No, no no! The GUinea Pig films have non of this. They are brutal to the extreme. Nasty, vile and borderline atrocities that are for the true gorehounds and something to add to the library of gore.
Want a story? Find Cannibal Holo or Nekromantic. Want gore comedy, get He Never Dies, BrainDead or Bad Taste. If you want to make your friends leave the house or freak em out then buy this. Want to support an indie company taking a chance on releasing these things, then buy this. You want [stuff] like Friday the 13th or Nightmare on Elm St. then wait until the sequel and leave. These films are for the gorehound who has seen everything and are looking for that revolting scene that makes you wonder? Why do you enjoy violence. Cause baby, these are violent to the extreme.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Internal Abbatoir on March 17, 2006
Devil's Experiment is the first part of the infamous series of shock/exploitation gore films from Japan known as Guinea Pig. In reality, the first two Guinea Pig films contain absolutely zero plot; they are just cinematic examinations of torture, dismemberment, and abuse. The series has an infamous and controversial history, similar to Italy's Cannibal Holocaust. And, of course, we have all heard the so-called legend. That is the very reason why we are here in the first place, right? If it wasn't for this hearsay and this long endured rumor these films would have faded into obscurity a long time ago. The legend is that actor Charlie Sheen stumbled upon an old, unmarked VHS copy of Devil's Experiment/Flowers of Flesh and Blood and actually thought that it was "real." He ended up contacting the FBI about the tape where, of course, they came to the conclusion that it was a fake. And that is ultimately what the first two Guinea Pig films are - pseudo-snuff films. They are nothing more and nothing less.

Now you may ask, is there a point to these films other than putting them on your shelf in order to look "hardcore" in front of all of your friends? I don't know. From a certain perspective, these are some of the most fatalistic and utterly hopeless films ever made. They depict certain harsh realities that even most horror films will not touch upon.

There is no semblance of a plot, or even a deeper meaning behind these films. When it all comes down to it, you get what you get. It doesn't pull any punches. So when it comes down to actually reviewing this film, it is hard to come up with an actual objective rating. Giving it a five would be an insult because, quite frankly, this is a horribly unbalanced film. There is no story, no character development, no nothing.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Julian Kennedy on March 11, 2010
Guinea Pig Devil's Experiment: 1/10: Hardcore porn films fall into two categories those with a semblance of plot (Gee that is one lucky pizza boy) and those without (Anal Amateurs 36). Devil's Experiment falls solidly into the latter category.

It is of course the horror version of hardcore porn. An almost completely plot less 43-minute wait for the money shot. Shot on video in 1985 it consists of three relatively non-descript Japanese boys torturing one fairly unattractive Japanese girl. The tortures range from the banal (slapping her 50 times, kicking her a hundred), the silly (tying her to an office chair and spinning her around), the fear factor (a bath of maggots and sheep guts) and finally the money shot. (A well executed eyeball piercing).

That's it, no plot, no motive, just Blair Witch tree shots and torture. The girl looks bored and with the exception of yelling, "no one expects the Spanish Inquisition" during the office chair scene I was bored silly. Staring dumbfounded at the screen, waiting for the money shot. Just like hardcore porn.

Android of Notre Dame: 4 out of 10: Demented DNA dabbling dwarf seeks to cure ailing sister (her ailment isn't specified but I'm guessing Ali McGraw disease as she becomes prettier the sicker she gets). He gets a living dead girl to experiment on from a blackmailing body procurer (Tomorowo Taguchi who has only one expression but it's a dozy and kind of reminds one of a Japanese Phil Hartman). Taguchi gets greedy, the living dead girl decomposes, the sister gets sicker and the dwarf goes to a bad place.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Jack Demwaba on July 20, 2002
I picked up this dvd and I didn't kno wwhat to expect. I figured from all of the hoopla on the web it would be nastier then I can think but then the web said Blair Witch Project was real so I didn't pay any mind. Well I got the dvd in the mail and watched it. The Devils Experiment is twisted. Even though a couple of the scenes looked fake the rest didn't and that messed with my head. Ive seen a lot of gore films and have seen a lot of special effects but the skin they used was to real and the blood just acted to real for my tastes. I mean i'm glad I have it in my collection with all of the Dario Argento and Fulci flicks because it's just wacked and if I ever want to freak friends out this is the dvd. I'm really looking forward to the next dvd Mermaid in a Manhole and He Never Dies Double Feature and the the notorious Flower of Flesh and Blood disc. The Flower is supposed to be the worst in the series so I don't know. Unearthed Films is really going for the throat and it seems like they are going to release only real horror films unlike some companies I can speak of. Check this dvd out it's better then a lot of stuff being shoved down our throat from Hollywood
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