Crazy, over-the-top Japanese action movies seem scientifically designed to appeal to someone with my warped cinematic sensibilities. “Tokyo Gore Police,” “Meatball Machine,” and “The Machine Girl” are all responsible for my current obsession with this sort of picture, though I’m sure “Robo-Geisha” and “Vampire Girl vs. Frankenstein Girl” will certainly do nothing to slow my endless salivation for extreme gore, outrageous martial arts, and, yes, Japanese girls beating the crap out of heavily-armed adversaries. “Hard Revenge, Milly: Bloody Battle” promises even more low-budget insanity, a fact which makes yours truly extremely happy. Am I sick in the head? A demented madman masquerading as a news aggregator? All of the above, my friend, and then some.
Here’s the film’s all about:
After Milly eliminates the Jack Brothers to avenge her family, a beautiful girl named Haru (Nao Nagasawa) approaches her for help avenging her own boyfriend. Milly initially brushes her off, but eventually recognizes her passion for vengeance and agrees to train her.
Soon, Ikki (Kazuki Tsujimoto) and his brother Huma (Rei Fujita), two of Jacks former associates, arrive to take them on. Milly makes short work of their minions and knocks Huma out cold, but the steel-armed Ikki manages to injure her severely. Will she be able to survive and help Haru exact vengeance?
Snazzy stuff. The nasty, gore-laden trailer lies below. Do keep in mind that it might be not very safe for work. Unless, of course, you happen to work for a badass, sword-wielding Japanese chick with a penchant for bloody violence.