Guinea Pig 4: Devil Woman Doctor (1986) – Review, Rating and Synopsis

Guinea Pig 4: Devil Woman Doctor (1986) - Review, Rating and Synopsis

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  • Release Date:  1986
  • Genre:  Splatter
  • Cast & Crew: Mitsuru Fukikoshi, Kobuhei Hayashiya, Masami Hisamoto, Nezumi Imamura, Natsumi Ogawa, Oto, Masahiro Satô, Rie Shibata, Naoto Takenaka.
  • Director:  Hajime Tabe
  • Screenwriter:  Hajime Tabe, Satoru Ogura

Guinea Pig 4: Devil Woman Doctor (1986) Rating:

  • Raoul = 5 / 10;
  • IMDb = 4/10;
  • Rotten Tomatoes = 4.2/10;

Guinea Pig 4: Devil Woman Doctor (1986) Synopsis:

The evil doings of a woman doctor who keeps doing disgusting things just for fun.

Guinea Pig 4: Devil Woman Doctor (1986) Review:

Similarly to Guinea Pig 3, this fourth movie in the Guinea Pig franchise has not much to do with the first two movies aside from being gory and grotesque. Instead of being a story at all, this film is presented as an anthology that compiles short, unrelated and bizarre movie sequences. A bit like in VHS (2012), everything is arranged around a stupid pretext which links the sequences together.

In contrast to Guinea Pig 3 however, this movie is actually quite funny, in a really absurd way. Such scenes as the human face tumors or the internal organs pursuits are really pushing the limit of weirdness. As for the gore aspect, most scenes feature some blood or light gore, but only a few are really disgusting. The one scene featuring the testing of human flesh is by far the most disgusting one.

Overall, I found Guinea Pig 4 a better entertainment than the first three movies, and a silly but pleasant surprise.

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