I really don't know how to describe this movie. This was really intended to be a piece of exploitive cinema with horror elements, so I cannot complain about it being too cheaply made and having a non-sensical plot. But sometimes....sometimes 'shock cinema' is just about sleaze and things that push the envelope.
Again, I cannot criticize something that wants to be outrageous since this was made when exploitation cinema was all the rage, but I cannot believe the things this movie had in store for its viewer. I mean the Japanese really know how to pull off all the stops. I barely was able to take the sex scenes, as they bordered around being funny and disturbing. It is almost too unreal that one needs to see it. It is creative in the sense that I was impressed that they came out with those ideas with a "Mud Monster". I have to say, "Entrails of a Beautiful Woman" was a little better in delivering horror elements and this was more exploitive than horror.
Recommended only to those who like Japanese Exploitation. Full review coming soon?
...I can't believe I just complained about too much sex scenes on film? Once in awhile, you would encounter a film that you definitely will have the reaction not to like, but for some unexplainable reason, you see the film for what it's supposed to be and you end up being bewildered as to why a film would seem quite tolerable in a bizarre way. Such is the case with ENTRAILS OF A VIRGIN (1986, aka. Shojo no Harawata), I know it's the type of flick that most people … more