Monday, August 01, 2011

Vampire Girl vs. Frankenstein Girl


Vampire Girl Vs Frankenstein Girl is a movie.  It has a vampire like creature in it and it has Frankenstein type girl in it.  These characters are attractive Japanese girls, oh, and there is lots of blood spray. 

I forgot the characters names as they aren't really important.  All you need to know is that the vampire girl is the new girl in school and she has her eye on the same guy as the future Frankenstein girl.  She tricks said guy into eating a blood laced chocolate (well the blood was a trick, but he takes the chocolate pretty willingly).  This makes him half vampire until he drinks her blood one more time.  Franky will do anything to stop this relationship and gets thrown off the roof for her trouble.  Good thing her father and the HOT school nurse are psycho mad scientists that have been using students for their testing.  Now that she is augmented with the best body parts, she is out to get her man back. 

She is a messy eater.
This movie doesn't even try to take itself seriously and you shouldn't either.  It exists for the sole purpose of having blood spray, gore, and hot girls covered in blood.  In my book, that is an okay reason for a film to exist, but not a great one.  I mean I watched the whole thing, but it was lacking something, not sure what.  It wasn't nearly as gory as Machine Girl and the story wasn't nearly as good either. 



Overall, I thought that my time could have been better spent.  Some of the creatures were cool, but the movie just didn't bring anything to the table for me.  The social messages with the cutting girls and the gangaru girls isn't really socially relevant to me and the portrayals just felt over the top and ridiculous to me.  I am glad that the film introduced me to Eri Otoguro (Frankenstein Girl) as she is very attractive. 
Frankenstein Girl sans Makeup.  Meow!







11 comments:

DEZMOND said...

the title tells it all :)))

The Angry Lurker said...

Good grief, was their nudity?

Budd said...

No nudity, their was fan service somewhat, but no skin.

J.C. Martin said...

I suppose it's something light-hearted and entertaining for when your brain's a bit numbed by work/fatigue/alcohol. Thanks for the wishes on my blog, see you when I get back. :)

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

No skin? This movie could've probably used it. If you're going for cheese, go all out.

Budd said...

It was more of a family movie. . . for really twisted families, I guess.

Pat Tillett said...

You just can't beat a good cat fight for entertainment...

MRanthrope said...

cheesy as hell, probably but damn do I want to watch this. You're right, Frankenstein girl is cute.

M Pax said...

I'll skip this one then. :)

Jennifer Hillier said...

This movie looks kind of funny and gross at the same time. Unfortunately the cute girl isn't enough to make me want to watch it, haha. But great review!

vulpinoid said...

I bought a copy of this from my local video store a few months back, just because I loved how over-the-top and crazy it is. It's now one of those movies that goes into the mix when we have a zombie or gore marathon, just to break up the darkness of a lot of other films in that playlist.

Sometimes cheesy is good...and sometimes a movie is so bad that it's awesome. This movie isn't quite in that latter category, but I found it enjoyable.