When it comes to the world’s worst Sweet 16 parties, Molly Ringwald’s got nothing on Rin, a bullied teen whose birthday present is finding out she’s a robot-clawed mutant. Good thing there’s a Mutant Girls Squad waiting to take her under their wing.
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A two star rating is actually a step up from my usual appraisal of Sushi Typhoon's output. However, I find that by turning bloody, perverted Japanese movies into a cottage industry, Sushi Typhoon has effectively removed the "punk" from splatterpunk. "Helldriver," "Yakuza Weapon," this - they're more or less the same movie, and they all manage to inspire that lingering shame of 'Why the hell am I watching this'?
This reminds me of "Breathless" in that I was drunk when I watched it and laughed a great deal at things that made absolutely no sense. And there was (just like Breathless) a chainsaw coming out of an asian teenagers ass.