The Strange Faces of Japanese Cinema 2006 Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
Artsmagic presents the strange faces of Japanese cinema Kichiku Dai Enkai The head of a student political party is arrested and without his strong leadership, the group begins to fall apart. The new leader, Masami, tries to keep control by using her sexuality, but this leads to the spread of paranoia and distrust, which soon turns to violence and madness… Malice@Doll Prostitute robot dolls roam empty streets for men, but humanity has wiped itself out. Malice@Doll is one such prostitute. After suffering ravishment by a grotesque tentacled creature, she is mysteriously transformed into a human being. Overcome with joy, she seeks to transfer this gift through a loving kiss. But with every gift, there comes a curse…
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