Japanese exploitation cinema hits outrageous new heights in ROBOGEISHA, from the makers of THE MACHINE GIRL and TOKYO GORE POLICE! Young Yoshie always aspired to be a beautiful geisha like her sister, but fierce sibling rivalry had kept her from her dreams. Now, the seedy Kageno Steel corporation looks to enlist each of them into their underground organization of trained geisha assassins that they plan to transform into murderous robots in a plot to destroy their enemies! Despite the absurd premise and off-the-wall action, ROBOGEISHA puts a surprising amount of focus on its story rather than simply pasting a bunch of ultra-violent gore sequences together without a cohesive plot. On top of that, it also offers some intelligent scripting intermingled with the camp ridiculousness for an even blend of high and low brow humor. That is especially hard to say when the film features robot geisha assassins that shoot shurikens from their asses and kill with blades that are concealed in their armpits! Noboru Iguchi is also sure to pack in tons of his trademarked splatter effects, which together with everything else makes this another highly entertaining and bloody cult comedy.
If you liked ROBOGEISHA, check out: THE MACHINE GIRL, VAMPIRE GIRL VS FRANKENSTEIN GIRL, TOKYO GORE POLICE.