Mutant Girls Squad
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Action, comedy and splatter: times three! For the first time ever, Japanese cult filmmakers Noboru Iguchi (Robo-Geisha, The Machine Girl), Yoshihiro Nishimura (Tokyo Gore Police, Vampire Girl Vs. Frankenstein Girl) and Tak Sakaguchi (Death Trance, Versus, Yoroi: Samurai Zombie) have joined forces to bring you three times the heart-pounding action, three times the jaw-dropping comedy and three times the head-exploding splatter of your average action / horror / comedy film! It's a three-times-larger Mutant Action Extravaganza, filled with so much outrageousness that it took three directors to bring it to you!
Visually this film beats all its predecessors hands down. --Twitch Film
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episode 1 - about Rin (Yumi Sugimoto), who learns her true identity as a hiruko (mutant clan) girl.
episode 2 - Rin joins the mutant clan and learns to unleash her powers
episode 3 - Yoshie (Suzuka Morita) joins Rin and convinced Rei (Yuko Takayama) to fight back against the clan to help the innocent people instead of killing them.
Bonus short movie about Yoshie (Suzuka Morita) who learns she's a Hiruko.
in each episode there are some bizarre killing scenes with shooting blood and decapitations and all sorts of dismemberments of all types. The whole movie is done in a comedic way, so even with all the violence you can't help but laugh at some of the scenes. Just hilarious and the ending theme done by the Noodles (Japanese girl band) somehow fits the movie well, call Mellow Metallica. Overall, I give it a just watch it score. I think you'd like it.
Watching the extras right now. Quite insightful! This film has 3 directors: Tak, who starred in Versus and is the main antagonist in this movie at the same time, Yoshiro, who directed Tokyo Gore Police, Vampire Girl VS Frankenstein Girl, and was involved in Suicide Club (amongst others), and of course, Noboru, the master of The Machine Girl and Robogeisha.
But unlike description it's sub titles not dubbed.