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Vampire Girl vs. Frankenstein Girl

A girl, reconstructed from the remains of a vampire girl's ruthless dissection, comes into existence. Chaos ensues as they both compete for the affection of a shared love interest, leaving a trail of carnage in their wake.

Vampire Girl vs. Frankenstein Girl

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84 minutes
1.78 : 1

About 'Vampire Girl vs. Frankenstein Girl'

“Vam­pire Girl vs. Franken­stein Girl” is a 2009 Japanese horror film dir­ected by Yoshi­hiro Nishimura and Naoyuki Tomo­matsu. The film tells the absurd story of a bloodthirsty vam­pire and a Franken­stein girl who find them­selves in a bloody battle for the love of an ordinary high school stu­dent.

The film is char­ac­ter­ised by its com­pletely over-the-top and insane ideas that take the viewer into a world of mad­ness and grot­esque viol­ence. One of the central ideas of the film is the con­front­a­tion between the two super­nat­ural beings, who are con­nected in a bizarre way. The vam­piress Monami is a pretty but bloodthirsty girl who makes the school unsafe with her long canine teeth and thirst for blood. On the other hand, we have the Franken­stein girl Keiko, who has been assembled from the remains of a school­girl and rein­forced with mech­an­ical body parts. The two girls fight for the affec­tions of the male prot­ag­onist with incred­ible bru­tality and absurd humour.

Another crazy idea of the film is the depic­tion of excessive viol­ence and blood. The makers have shown no restraint in depicting severed body parts, splat­tering blood and grot­esque ways of death. The film is famous for its exag­ger­ated depic­tion of viol­ence, which is enriched with a touch of black comedy. It is obvious that “Vam­pire Girl vs. Franken­stein Girl” is not suit­able for squeamish viewers, but rather for those who have a pen­chant for bloody splatter films.

Besides the viol­ence and mad­ness, the film also con­tains a satir­ical cri­tique of Japanese high school cul­ture and the exag­ger­ated pur­suit of beauty. The char­ac­ters are heavily exag­ger­ated to show the absurdity of society. For example, there is a group of girls who alter their bodies beyond recog­ni­tion with cos­metic sur­gery to con­form to beauty ideals. This satir­ical por­trayal makes the viewer smile as well as think.

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