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Vampire Girl vs. Frankenstein Girl

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The deranged genius behind Tokyo Gore Police is back with a chilling new flick that’s re-writing the hallowed history of the horror genre. Vampire Girl vs. Frankenstein Girl is the terrifying story of two classic monsters re-imagined as super hot – and extremely lethal – Japanese school girls. Gore rules supreme in this blood-cake cavalcade of carnage chosen as the winner of the Audience Award at the 2009 NY Asian Film Festival. Fan boys and movie blogs are already buzzing over this bloodbath du jour, and aficionados of psychedelic blood-filled chocolates, mad scientist principals, sumo wrestlers from hell, and sex-crazed school nurses are guaranteed to lose their heads over this old school splatter-fest.

There are moments in Vampire Girl vs. Frankenstein Girl when you might find yourself idly wondering what Bram Stoker and Mary Shelley would think of all this. There's not too much time to ponder such a head-spinning proposition, however, because of all the spraying blood, teen skin cutting, and steampunk artificial limbs on display. Director Yoshihiro Nishimura, of Tokyo Gore Police notoriety, unleashes this little offering as a full-out, looney-tune romp through some of the goriest tropes of the circa-2010 Japanese horror flick. Insofar as there is a plot, it concerns a cluelessly glib vampire girl (Yukie Kawamura) who has the hots for her classmate (Takumi Saito), a boy she tries to "turn" by giving him a chocolate truffle filled with her own blood. (Why didn't anybody in the Twilight series think of that?) But she'll have to get past a determined rival (Eri Otoguru), whose father just happens to be a mad-scientist type looking for a test subject for his theories of reanimation. Suggesting that this qualifies as plot is something of a stretch; this movie is so spasmodically bizarre, and so slavish in putting out its cartoon-violent set pieces, that it simply barrels along according to its own demented logic. In short, those who like this kind of thing will go for it--and anybody who feels that a movie might attempt to make some feeble kind of logic, whether emotional or tonal or spatial, will be bored pretty quickly by the relentless attempts at zaniness. Various Japanese teen fads are satirized, the most startling of which is a group of school girls who try to look black--a side plot that, even though it aims at poking fun at a teen craze, uses such outrageous racial imagery that it stands out for its offensiveness in a movie that hungrily seeks to offend. --Robert Horton

Special Features

Opening day stage greetings Making of video Original Japanese trailer Trailers

Product Details

  • Actors: Yukie Kawamura, Takumi Saitoh, Elly Otoguro
  • Directors: Naoyuki Tomomatsu, Yoshihiro Nishimura
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC, Widescreen, Subtitled
  • Language: Japanese, English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Funimation
  • DVD Release Date: October 19, 2010
  • Run Time: 85 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (58 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #55,869 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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36 of 42 people found the following review helpful By 4-Legged Defender on August 19, 2010
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Based on a best-selling manga by Shungiku Uchida, this slice of dementia was fabricated for the hardcore audience of 'Tokyo Gore Police', 'Meatball Machine', 'Machine Girl' and 'Robogeisha', and ups the ante considerably when it comes to off-the-chain, over-the-top insanity, audacity and mind-melting hyper-violence.

A non-stop, balls-to-the-wall send-up of all the classic Universal horror flicks, we've got an adorable schoolgirl Vampire chick, a goth-girl gang whose leader becomes the Frankenstein girl after a fatal accident at the hands of the vamp chick, a hunchback dwarf who incinerates corpses left by the vamp, a school principal who's also the resident mad scientist / Dr. Frankenstein with a lab in the school basement, aided by an over-sexed faculty nurse who later becomes an undead killing machine at the hands of the good doctor. Have I got your attention yet?

And we're just scratching the surface of this psychotically-psychedelic celluloid centerpiece of all things absurd, offensive and voraciously violent. Imaginative beyond your wildest dreams, unapologetic in it's insensitive use of stereotypes (there's a group of girls who wear afros, facepaint, big lips, put plates in their lips and gangsta rap, ghetto dance and spew Ebonics about Michael Jackson, Barack Obama, Joyce Joyner and Michael Jordan - remember, these are Asian girls!), this flick has more WTF moments than anything I've ever seen, and that's saying a lot.

Then there's a parody of disturbingly real-life adolescent behavior in Japan, the wrist-cutting kids (who do this out of boredom, rebellion and status-seeking), and here we have a school sanctioned, annual wrist-cutting championship contest that the kids practice for after classes.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By taniwa on November 20, 2012
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Before I talk talk about this movie, let me discuss the issue of Blackface. Hi! I'm 22 and I'm, you guessed it, Black. And frankly, this movie showed me that the Japanese girls the Black club were just trying to hard to hard to be Black...that's it. They weren't being racist, they weren't picking on Black people, they weren't actually doing anything that was offensive. But if you were offended, then that's a personal problem!!! This movie is purely goofy, silly, and crazy beyond so many levels. The characters throughout the series are funny, while the CG and animation is so bad that it's amazing. It's one of those B-rated movies that you have to fall in love with, kinda like the Rocky Horror Picture Show. I would suggest this movie to anyone who wants a good laugh, and isn't up-tight about foreigners to admire a particular culture but sadly don't know a darn thing about it lol. I give this movie and Eric Vale 5 stars!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By root on October 20, 2011
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How can you describe this wonderment of J-Cult cinema? If continuity errors bother you, then don't even try this film. But if you love outlandish, unpolitically correct, over the top, bloody violence humor, you'll love this! It's actually a sweet little Japanese high school romance story. No, really! LOL! I think part of what makes this one enjoyable over a lot of other J cult movies is it's simple easy to understand core story. But oh all the things that come barrelling your way, you just have to sit back, go with the flow and enjoy all the WTF moments. I'll avoid mentioning any specifics, I first saw this at a film festival knowing nothing at all about it, and that was the best!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By william larson on August 27, 2012
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i would like to know, what mental ward did the directors and crew, of this movie escape from?
i sure would love to go to that ward too become as creative and off the wall, as the crew of this movie is.
vampire girl vs.frankenstein is: insane, silly, stupid and, just one hell of a great deal of mindless fun!
after watching vampire girl vs. frankenstein girl, check out, mutant girls squad... you will be in wacky happy heaven all week long!
so, turn off those brain cells and enjoy!
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By HBK on February 6, 2012
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Vampire vs Frankenstein girl, what can I say lol. I like this movie alot probably to much. I haven't been into these gore flicks long. In fact if it wasn't for the AVGN I would not have known about this kind of movie at all. He did a review for Robo Geisha. It was so over the top and weird I checked it out, along with this and others. But before I go on let me cover one sensitive subject about this movie. That would be the gonguro girls aka the girls in black face. I have to state this. I am a black person, I have to state that so people will not lable me a racist for not being offended by it. In fact I was, I almost didn't get this movie because of it. It rubbed me the wrong way and trust me that is very, very hard to do. The title of the movie just made want to buy it so I gave in. The more I saw them the sillier they looked. I am familiar with the whole over tanning thing that some of them do. It just looks cartoony and believe it or not it fits in the context of this movie with everything being over the top. They are on the opposite side with that wrist cutting click. I found the scenes with them funny, they just look stupid. Funimation tried to cover themselves with a line in the dubbed version with one of the girls stating that isn't this kinda racist with what where doing. That isn't the line in the subbed version. This isn't the first time they have done this. In an anime called Shuffle there where various groups of guys that where fans of the main characters in this anime. Well one groups acronym was kkk, which stood for the Knights of Kissy Kiede. Well over there thats cool that group does not exist. But, over here in the states thats a different story. So every time this group would announce themselves they would always state that they where not the guys in the scary sheets.Read more ›
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