Battle Girl: Living Dead In Tokyo Bay
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K-ko (played by Japanese wrestling sensation, Cutie Suzuki) is asked to help find survivors and given a bulletproof leather-and-blade Battle Suit to help her on her rescue mission. Punching, blasting and decapitating the zombie hordes with her armor and weapons, she discovers something even more evil... a sadistic military general who wants to use the zombies in his own plan for world domination! Directed by Kazuo Gaira Komizu, BATTLE GIRL: THE LIVING DEAD IN TOKYO BAY is gruesome, campy sci-fi fun, filled with wild special effects, a crazy new-wave synth soundtrack and enough gore to satisfy horror film fans!
- New digital transfer from original vault materials in the original filmed aspect ratio of 1.33:1
- Japanese Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo Sound
- All-new video interview with director Kazuo Gaira Komizu (53 Minutes
- Newly translated, removable English subtitles
- Chapter Selections
Top Customer Reviews
Movie Review: A lot of people hated this movie and I don't give a **** what they think. It is by no means a masterpiece but I actually liked the movie. The atmosphere and cinematography has a dark 80's b-movie post-apocalyptic look, the action sort of oscillates between really good to slow and s****y, the special effects are "special", the story is dumb and so forth but overall I was satisfied with the film.
In Conclusion: 4 stars for the DVD and 3 1/2 stars for Living Dead In Tokyo Bay.
It seems the military is creating a "cosmo-amphetamine mutant army." There is a long speech given at the end by the Colonel which begs the question, "What's wrong with Japan?"
Nice leather outfit, but this cult zombie film was barely watchable as the director had no idea where to go with it.
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Unfortunately, this was all in Japanese, without English dubbing. If once I figured out what was happening, it was hard to stay and watch.
The star of the movie is also a female wrestler, for a Japanese version of WWE or WWF. Over the top movements that are not even remotely convincing.
Unless you like cheesy B movies, or horror flicks in general, this movie is not one that is worth seeing even once.
I suggest Amazon verify what language a film is recorded in before they offer it.
Pass on this one unless you grew up in Japan.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
If I had read them, I wouldn't have wasted an hour and a quarter on this muddled, aimless silly film. Read morePublished on December 22, 2012 by J. R. Trtek
Battle Girl: The Living Dead in Tokyo Bay, (Batoru garu), is a 1991 film directed by Kazuo Gaira Komizu. Read morePublished on February 14, 2011 by T. Hunt
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