Blood Soaked Trailer For Vampire Girl vs. Frankenstein Girl

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VampireGirlCall me crazy if it makes you sleep better at night, but I simply cannot get enough of this new wave of extreme Japanese cinema that is currently making the rounds as of late. “Tokyo Gore Police” and “The Machine Girl” are incredible films, mostly because they pack more arterial sprays and wanton bloodshed into their goofy, completely absurd storylines than humanly possible. “Vampire Girl vs. Frankenstein Girl” promises more of the same, though the level of insanity seems to have been cranked way past 11 for this particular outing. Which is fine by me — I’m sick, twisted, and utterly demented, and I’m not above watching exploding heads and gory dismemberments for hours and hours on end. It’s all in good fun, I assure you.

Here’s the skinny on the flick:

A teenaged vampire girl named Monami (Yukie Kawamura) tries to win over her high school crush by converting him into a vampire via tainted Valentine’s Day chocolate. When his current girlfriend, Keiko (Eri Otoguro of Onechanbara), tries to get revenge, she’s quickly dispatched by the powerful Monami. Keiko’s mad scientist father decides to piece her back together, complete with various “improvements” to help assist her in a rematch against the boyfriend-stealing vampire.

The gore-encrusted trailer has been nestled below for your viewing pleasure. However, it is definitely not safe for work. You’ve been warned.


Author: Todd Rigney

Todd was raised on a steady diet of Hollywood blockbusters, late-night Cinemax programming, and USA’s “Up All Night,” which may explain why his taste in movies is more than a little questionable. When he isn’t providing news and reviews for Beyond Hollywood, he can be found lounging lazily on his couch, perched in front of his television, or dwelling in places where direct sunlight can be easily avoided. He's happily married, in his 30's, and totally badass. If you'd like to reach Todd, you can follow him on Twitter or send him email/scoops to todd (at) beyondhollywood.com.
  • agr1277

    I saw this twice at the international horror sci-fi festival in Phoenix last weekend. The movie was good. It does lack the charm of Tokyo gore police. The plot is straight forward but the vampire girl and Frankenstein girl only fight once and that is at the end of the movie.
    Most of the kills revolve around vampire girl. The violence is the same as the past movies in this genre. The most shocking part of the film was the depiction of 4 or 5 Japanese girls who were wearing prosthetics and makeup to be black in the “black” school club. It was way over the top: big lips, nose. etc. The audience was in shock at how insulting it was. I found it to be funny as I didn’t go into this movie looking for anything serious. I wanted to see the boundaries pushed for gore, violence, and comedy.

  • agr1277

    I saw this twice at the international horror sci-fi festival in Phoenix last weekend. The movie was good. It does lack the charm of Tokyo gore police. The plot is straight forward but the vampire girl and Frankenstein girl only fight once and that is at the end of the movie.
    Most of the kills revolve around vampire girl. The violence is the same as the past movies in this genre. The most shocking part of the film was the depiction of 4 or 5 Japanese girls who were wearing prosthetics and makeup to be black in the “black” school club. It was way over the top: big lips, nose. etc. The audience was in shock at how insulting it was. I found it to be funny as I didn’t go into this movie looking for anything serious. I wanted to see the boundaries pushed for gore, violence, and comedy.

  • http://vampiregirl.org/ Vampire Girl

    I was so shocked by the wrist-cutting female posse. This film actually made me a little queasy and I love violence and blood in film. The Japanese are just too intense for me. And frankly they could have replaced vampire with something else and it would have played out the same. Check out my thoughts.

  • http://vampiregirl.org/ Vampire Girl

    I was so shocked by the wrist-cutting female posse. This film actually made me a little queasy and I love violence and blood in film. The Japanese are just too intense for me. And frankly they could have replaced vampire with something else and it would have played out the same. Check out my thoughts.