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  • Actors: Aino Kishi
  • Directors: Kengo Kaji, Yoshihiro Nishimura
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, Dolby, Dubbed, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: Japanese
  • Subtitles: English
  • Dubbed: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.77:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Well Go USA
  • DVD Release Date: November 17, 2009
  • Run Time: 85 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (20 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B002N5L4UU
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #212,497 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Samurai Princess takes place sometime, somewhere in an alternate universe version of feudal Japan, where people live together with highly developed mechanical dolls. However, excessively developed mechanical dolls start causing harm to the human society, leading to ghastly bloodsheds happening all over the place. Under the circumstances, Kyoraku, a mad scientist, creates a female ninja mechanical doll. Equipped with 11 types of built-in weapons, the ninja doll is infused with the souls of eleven of her fallen sisters and she uses their combined power to take down anyone who stands in the way. The ninja doll will not die even if she is slashed by a sword or shot by a gun she is virtually indestructible on her quest to save humanity.


"Rocket Feet! Scissor Legs! And yes, Breast Grenades! Aw yeah Mama! --Dread Central

Customer Reviews

This movie is so bad in so many ways, it's difficult to know where to start.
There is very little hot gore action and the film is slow moving with little plot or dialogue to keep your attention.
T-Town Punk
Samurai-Purincesu: Gedo-hime, released in the west with the much simpler title Samurai Princess, is no exception.
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18 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Woopak VINE VOICE on November 10, 2009
Format: DVD
From the creator of "Tokyo Gore Police" and "Machine Girl", Yoshihiro Nishimura joins director/writer Kengo Kaji (Ultra-Seven X) as action director in this latest GORE-RIFFIC Japanese spectacle "SAMURAI PRINCESS" (aka. Devil Princess). One thing I have to say is that this film is NOT for everyone and is aimed at a very specific audience namely those who love Japanese "grind house" cinema and Gore-hounds. It stars J-AV stars Aino Kishi as the heroine and Mihiro Taniguchi (Cruel Restaurant) as the villainess--so do I have your attention yet?!

In an unknown place and an unknown time, when the creation of mechas (human-like androids) are outlawed by both the laws of Buddha and the Shogun; a pair of mad killers (played by Kentarou Shimazu and Mihiro) enhanced by mysticism and machinery are committing rape and murder throughout the land for the sake of making macabre art. Among their victims are Godohimo (Aino Kishi), who after her other 11 friends are raped and killed, is left for dead. Godohimo is found by a mad scientist called Kyoraku (Mituru Karahashi) who excels in making human-like machines and a kind-hearted Buddhist nun. Godohimo is resurrected in a new body made up of the body parts of her dead friends and their souls to hunt down and exact revenge on those responsible. Joined by a mysterious stranger named Gekko (Dai Mizuno), Godohimo is now known as "Samurai Princess"; a half-human, half-machine tech-warrior bent on revenge...

The film's plot is a tad uninspired and quite frankly pretty straightforward. "Samurai Princess" is a film about revenge and redemption. It also carries the elements of atonement and regret; coupled with a hint of mysticism.
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13 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Jason VINE VOICE on December 23, 2009
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Allow me to be the voice of reason on this movie. It sucks. Ignoring the passion for certain genres and objectively looking at a really bad movie is difficult. Most watch this sort of movie because there is genuine appreciation for the source and the style. Unfortunately, this movie lacks a lot of the latter, despite the former.

The quick synopsis gives us a mad scientist, with the help of a nun and two horrible actresses who speak in unison, finds a beautiful young girl who witnessed the rape, murder, and dismemberment of her eleven friends. Discovered at the bottom of a grisly pile of bloody body parts, her friends' body parts, she's in bad shape. With a desire for revenge, the girl asks the scientist to transform her into what amounts to a modern Japanese Frankenstein, a mixture of her girlfriends' body parts and bizarre attachments, making her mostly human, but wholly Mecha: an outlawed combination of human and machine.

Both gore and action are ubiquitous, but done so poorly they are hardly entertaining. This film obviously had a low budget, because the gore looks like tomato juice, and the excuses for body parts are not worth mentioning. Additionally hamstringing this movie is the acting, or lack thereof. A cast of Keanu Reeves, Hayden Christiansen, and the kids from Twilight would put together a more moving performance. I'm talking wooden and outrageous overacting, with nearly nothing in between.

It is an absolute must to not only be a hardcore fan of this stuff, but also a forgiving movie critic to fight through the entire movie. There is just too much bad going on for any of the good to stand out. If you must watch this, heed this recommendation: drink a little beforehand and use it as an opportunity to crack jokes, MST3K style. Otherwise, you'll want to turn it off before the groan-worthy end with the mangled combination of Barbie Doll and He Man figurine that will remind you of the doll nightmare from Toy Story (trust me).
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Donald A. Prentiss on November 24, 2009
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Kengo Kaji directs without much style in this wanna be Machine Girl / Tokyo Gore Police offering. I love these type of gore filled, silly and wacky Japanese horror flicks and though this film has some of the same crew as the films I mentioned above, it really is a weak offering to this genre. Aino Kishi who plays the samurai princess lacks the charisma to hold the film up and play the lead and the characters in this movie lack depth and background, so you really don't feel or care for any of the characters or can't even relate as you can to Tokyo Gore Police and Machine Girl. It just lacks the fun and energy that this genre offers. I am not sure if it is because of the obvious low budget, amateur acting/directing, god-awful costumes or what, but I can give the movie a lot of credit for some good old fashioned prop special effects and gore - well done and fun to watch. I think if this came out prior to the release of Machine Girl and GOre Police I would have liked it much more, but it seems to me like a step back and can only say it is okay at best.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By James G. Carlson on April 22, 2010
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For those knowledgeable when it comes to strange and innovative independent Asian horror, Samurai Princes falls in beside the likes of, say, Tokoyo Gore Police, Meatball Machine, Machine Girl, etc. All fantastic films, to be sure. If you like any of the films just mentioned, you would probably enjoy Samurai Princess as well. There's plenty of strangeness, gore, violence, fantasy, more strangeness, and more gore. Basically, the film takes place in a distant Japan, where, in the post-apocalyptic wilderness, anatomically altered subhuman outlaws called Meccas stalk and kill the so-called "normals," who remain unaltered. One such Mecca, Samurai Princess herself, was a victim of the other Meccas, along with a handful of her close friends. A buddhist monk saves the girl by taking her to a scientist/surgeon who works on and creates Mecca. Now, altered and hellbent on revenge, Samurai Princess goes through the outlaw wilderness hacking and slashign and kicking...and of course utilizing other physical modifications, such as breast bombs, a cerebral download/upload cord that she jacks into others' brains, rocket feet, and other things. Check it out.
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