Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Tokyo Gore Police - Face Rip


Oh boy, where do I begin? First off, not all Japanese films are like this and not all Japanese people like these kind of movies. This is the same country that gave us Akira Kurosawa, Yasujiro Ozu, and Kenji Mizoguchi; Japanese directors who have created some of the most critically acclaimed films off all time. Just like in America, there are different subgenres of horror that deliberately focus on graphic portrayals of gore and violence. We here in the States call it a 'splatter' or 'gore film'. Not everyone's cup of tea(though this film is actually received well by critics), but it's right up Greatest Movie Death's alley and today we give praise to the Japanese Gore genre with a scene from Tokyo Gore Police.

The film is set in a futuristic and chaotic Japan where a virus that mutates humans into monstrous creatures called "Engineers" has been released. The virus causes bizarre weapons to sprout from any injury. Our heroine Ruka is helping the police force in order to find her father's killer. In this clip we see Riku take out a bad guy with her newly equipped claw-hand.


This clip is actually pretty tame compared to other classic scenes from the movie, like gator girl, Penis Cannon, amputee ninja, and many more to come...

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13 comments:

Das Auto! said...

good lord, she ripped it right off!

Bart said...

i saw this movie once, i like it

The Angry Lurker said...

Fucking hell this is mental among a blog of mental images and scenes, I'll be back.

Charles said...

nice, great idea for a blog man!

greenluigi123 said...

hahaha so cheesy

thenitefalls said...

Lol most brutal scene I seen in a movie!

Rachel Neilson said...

haha so epic

Rachel Neilson said...

whoa!!

runewake2 said...

This is messed up.

Candlej- said...

tokyo gore police pulled no punches in that scene haha

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Brut said...

Hahaha oh man, it's so fake, I love it!

anoodle said...

That's been on my todo list for awhile now. Brb; downloading it.

HiFi said...

Oh man. These reviews are pure gold. Haha. Keep going man! I love these reviews on obscure movies!