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Vampire Girl Vs Frankenstein Girl

“You should be thankful you can be

material for my genius experiment.”

Here there is a delirious Japanese splatter movie, shot with bright colors, with a speed of video clips and with rock\punk Japanese music. A nice insane container , that spoof the society and of course, as the title, horror movies. Behind all  there are two directors: Yoshihiro Nishimura and Nayouki Tomomatsu. Almost the same age and equally insane. The first is a well-known special effects artist, in addition to writer and director, two roles that he held in his acclaimed "Tokyo Gore Police" in 2008, which was followed by "Mutant Girls Squad" and "Helldriver". The other, however, Nayouki Tomomatsu, is becoming one of our idols thanks to his versatility and madness, which we saw in "Maid Droid" and "Self-Defence Force" as well as other films that we have not yet reviewed.

The clash of particles between these two minds couldn't create a chaos, made very well that can be appreciated even by those who, like us, is far from the culture of the county of the Rising Sun. The beginning, we have to say, helps a lot  the foreigners, explaining that on Valentine's Day  is usedto give chocolate to  the beloved. So we are in that period of the year and we are in a school where a strict teacher prohibits gifts. The girls then, have only to dream the handsome Jyugon Mizushima.
Only one of them, Monami, achieves the goal and gives to the boy a box of chocolates. Chocolates, however, with a strange taste and especially able to bring Jyugon in the first step to become a vampire. But this affair angers Keiko  daughter of the vice. A strange man this vice, he thinks to be a new  Dr.Frankestein and made a series of experiments that failed. But in any case Keiko uses his abilities.

So begins a fierce battle between the "Vampire Girl" and "Frankenstein Girl" (now that), for the conquest of Jyugon that at some point  rightly asks if they have ever thought about his feelings. Who wouldn't to be disputed by two women? But the two definitely exaggerate. Streams of blood  shot an high pressure, a bit of sensuality with the school nurse Midori and of course a direction very fast.

In addition to the Valentine's Day the two directors are also satire on the classic "Lolita" and on the  "Ganguro" fashion, which has nothing to do with Australia. This is very followed style the young girls of Tokyo, which reject the Japanese look, pale and sober, replaced by dark skin (the name means this, but even grotesque) and colored hair. No offense, it's a thing unwatchable. Space also for those who cut the veins.
The protagonists of this struggle between monsters are some young Japanese stars. The Vampire Girl is played by Yukie Kawamura, dark and charming, artistically born as Gravure Idol  then passed to an acting career. Her rival Keiko is instead the actress Eri Otoguro. The object of desire is played by the actor, singer and model Saito Takumi. Great little cameo instead for a very well known name also in the rest of the world, Takashi Shimizu the director  of the series "Ju-on" who plays a mad chinese smoker professor, whose lungs are a part of  the Frankenstein Girl.


Original title: Kyûketsu Shôjo tai Shôjo Furanken

Alternative Titles: Gaijinsploitation 3 (Asia), Upirka vs. Frankensteinka (Czech Republic) Vampire Girl vs. Frankenstein Girl (International)

Year: 2009

Country: Japan

Directed by: Yoshihiro Nishimura, Naoyuki Tomomatsu

Cast: Yukie Kawamura, Takumi Saito, Eri Otoguro, Sayaka Kametani, Jiji Bû, EIHI Shiina, Kanji Tsuda

Duration: 84 '

Production Company: Concept Film, Excellent Movies, Pony Canyon